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Community  Canine-CGCA

Community Canine-CGCA

Class Description

After completing thee  Good Citizen certification, you and your dog are ready to prepare for the  CGCA, Community Canine title.  The Canine  Good Citizen is tested in a simulated environment.  The CGCA will be tested in real life situations, showing beyond a doubt that your dog exhibits good manners in most normal situations. This class will meet in a variety of locations during the 5 week session.  Testing could be done at a park or other busy location.  

This class will review basic skills and increase the team’s ability to walk calmly in public.

For more information about CGCA  AKCCommunityCanineOverview

Class Candidate

For dogs that are 6 months old, or older.  The class candidate is a dog and handler team that can work together in the face of everyday distractions.  Basic skills

Dogs must have passed the Canine Good Citizen test.
Because the test leads to and AKC title, Participating dogs should prepare to register their dogs with American Kennel Club. The AKC provides a registry for dogs not previously registered . ALL dogs are welcome.
Go to the link here for information on registering: https://www.akc.org/register/dog/

Prerequisites

Dogs must have passed the Canine Good Citizen test.
Because the test leads to an AKC title. Participating dogs should prepare to register their dogs with American Kennel Club. The AKC provides a registry for dogs not previously registered (see link above) . ALL dogs are welcome.

 

 

  • Community Canine 2233: June 8~July 20, 2:00 PM
    June 8, 2019
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Instructor(s)

  • Train the Bay trainer Nancy Frensley with her Austrailian Shepherd and mixed dogs
    Nancy Frensley
    As the Lead Trainer at Train the Bay, Nancy spent the last three decades dedicated to her training work, to developing the program, and to helping Bay Area dogs and their families. In addition to the hundreds of students she teaches every year, she is the voice behind Berkeley Humane’s free Behavior Advice Hotline, and she evaluates and supports the training of shelter dogs at Berkeley Humane.
  • Dee Iaroli
    When Dee rescued Farley, a Border Collie who "had issues", her journey into animal behavior began. Dee was motivated to learn quickly in order to manage Farley and keep him safe. They attended the classes and private consultations offered by Train the Bay—Farley showed progress, which further motivated Dee to obtain her CPDT-KA certification. Today, Dee teaches dog training classes and her dog demonstrates for the class. Dee credits Farley for being a wonderful teacher. 
Details Price Qty
Community Canine 2233: June 8~July 20, 2:00 PMshow details + $110.00 (USD)