Obedience Class Registration January 16 at 6 p.m.
CKC Scent Detection Workshop April 13/14 see our Facebook page for registration
CKC Scent Detection Sanction Match April 27
The Muskoka District Kennel Club is committed to the recognition and betterment of all dogs, purebred and mixed breeds. Our constitution is governed by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) and our area covers all of Muskoka region with our 3500 sq. ft Regional Training Centre located in Gravenhurst. A not for profit organization, our members volunteer their time to teach community obedience and other dog sports classes year round.
Muskoka District Kennel Club was established in the 1970's and has been serving Muskoka dogs for 30 years. We have members with over 60 years combined training experience. Many of our members actively participate in competitions and events and many have multiple titles through the CKC in obedience and confirmation.
The Muskoka District Kennel Club supports various canine related activities within our community. We support the development of better training practices for all dog owners. We also support positive training techniques and encouragement.
Whether you are looking to train your newest best friend, or looking for advance obedience training, the Muskoka District Kennel Club offers classes for all levels.
If you are looking for more advance training and fun, then you and your dog will enjoy our Agility and Rally Obedience.
The Muskoka District Kennel Club also offers various seminars such as scent detection, tracking and show handling.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Puppy Obedience is for dogs under 6 months of age and starts the learning process for being a well behaved and social dog. It incorporates the basics of sit, down, come, wait, walking on a leash, mouthing, and manners.
Beginner Obedience is for dogs 6 months of age and older and has the same goals as puppy obedience but also incorporates more distractions. Better dog obedience.
Level 2 Obedience goes beyond the beginner level with added skills and commands. It also introduces the 10 exercises that enable the handler and dog to complete a Canine Good Neighbour Test or to move on to Rally Obedience.
Rally Obedience teaches dogs and their owners/handlers the signs and commands, courses, and moves of this type of obedience. The dogs and their owners/handlers work together, building a bond while they learn as a team.
Agility is an obstacle course sport for dogs and their owners/handlers that also builds a great relationship as a team. The skills worked on assist in learning to handle agility obstacles and build your dogs confidence. Dogs must be friendly, able to get along with other dogs & people, have completed a beginner course of obedience, and be 1 year of age.