A training evaluation is needed for your K-9, before we will quote you a price for the training. The Training Evaluation is 2 hours long; and the cost is $125.00 Cash.
The Stages of K-9 Training
Stage 1- Behavioral, 3 weeks
Stage 2- On Lead Control, 6 weeks
Stage 3- Loose Lead Control (off leash control), 8 weeks
Stage 4- Specialty (Service, Therapy, ESA, Protection)
Call 352-596-3414 or Text 727-455-5243 to book your Training Evaluation.
Training sessions are once a week, for 2 hour sessions. Times Slots are available between Noon and 9pm.
You will have daily “homework” to do fo 30 mins everyday to practice what you learned that week. The following week you will be quizzed on what you were taught and then proceed to the next training task.
You are required to be dedicated to the training sessions, as you and your K-9 are “going to school.”
AKC evaluator # 100963, Expires 10/31/2022.
All breeds are welcome for testing.
Test is about 1 hour long.
Please bring Canines AKC Certificate with you. IF you don’t have one, we will obtain one for you.
All tests must be performed on leash, the leash should be 6 ft and made of either leather or fabric, retractable leashes are not acceptable in the CGC test. Dogs should wear a correctly fit buckle or slip collar (including martingales) made of leather, fabric, or chain. They may also wear a body harnesses but it should not restrict the movement of the dog. CGC Encourages you to have fun, You may praise your canine, but please do not use treats during testing. The test will cover:
|1: Accepting a Friendly Stranger|
2: Sitting Politely for Petting
3: Appearance and Grooming
4: Out For A Walk (Walking on a Loose Leash
5: Walking Through A Crowd
|6: Sit and Down on Command/Staying in Place|
7: Coming When Called
8: Reaction to Another Dog
9: Reaction to Distractions
10: Supervised Separation
If you feel your K-9 is ready for the CGC,”Canine Good Citizen” test. Call now 352-596-3414.
K-9 Cerberus is a 1 year old Blue Nose Pit bull. Cerberus is hard of hearing, and will be learning sign language during his first training session.