Below are descriptions of the classes that we typically offer throughout the year.

Class Information
Beginning Obedience
Introduction to basic obedience:  loose  lead walking, sit, down, stay, come, leave it, and confidence building.  Tunnels and  jumps  may be used to help build confidence. Basic grooming and some basic first aid may be taught. We train owners to have fun with their dogs while training. It’s the owner who trains the dog.

Intermediate Obedience
This class is intended for those who have good basic obedience skills, and are considering training for AKC Obedience and Rally  events.  The dog should have a good focus  on  the handler, know the basic sit, down, stand, stays/waits and on-lead heeling.

Advanced Beginning Agility
This class is intended for those wishing to begin  training for competition  in agility  trials.  Beginning  handling skills,  course run-throughs, and the various options for competition classes are covered.

Show n Go
Run through practice for dogs competing in Conformation shows. Looking at movement, down and back, around, and stacking for the show ring.
AKC Programs
AKC S.T.A.R Puppy

Training classes teach you how to best communicate with your puppy. Organized training classes also provide an opportunity for your dog to socialize with other dogs. In classes aimed at earning the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy distinction, you'll be able to get information on all of your puppy-raising questions including housetraining, chewing, and the most effective way to teach practical skills such as coming when called. AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy training is a natural lead in to the AKC® Canine Good Citizen® Program. Puppies need to have Bordatello, Rabies, and be current on DHPP vaccinations.

Canine Good Citizen
AKC Canine Good Citizen class.   Prepares  you and your dog to  pass the 10 components necessary  to  complete  the  American Kennel Club  CGC test and  become a canine good citizen. ​A beginner class is required to attend the CGC class. 

For more on AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy or CGC tests, click on the links below.   

OTCC Class Descriptions