Welcome to the Phoenix Dog Training ClubNew ZealandFor all your domestic dog training requirements!
Welcome to the Phoenix Dog Training Club
For all your domestic dog training requirements!
The Phoenix Dog Training Club was formed in 1995
by a group of committed volunteers.
Since then we have grown and we still retain a core group of foundation members willing to give their time and experience to new members.
We teach you how to train your dog.
- We are committed to providing domestic dog training to the general public at an affordable price in a friendly, relaxed environment.
- We encourage dogs of all breeds and ages.
- We believe in using motivational methods in training, encouraging the bond between dog and owner.
- We encourage you to stay after class and relax with a cup of coffee/tea and have a chat to your instructor, committee member or other classmates.
Our club trains at Bristol Park in Bristol Place, Te Rapa, Hamilton. on Sunday mornings from 9.00am until 11.30am – daylight training all year. All courses are for 10-weeks, except puppy class (8 weeks only). Tests are held on week 10. If a class is not passed one additional course is offered free of charge.
For dogs 3-6 months-old. Learn the basics, loose lead walking, stays and recalls. A good foundation to build upon.
For dogs 6 months-old plus. All the basics, promoting motivational training methods. Assessment on week 10.
For dogs and handlers who have passed Beginners. Take training to the next level. Learn more control, on- lead and off-lead. Assessment on week 10.
For dogs and handlers who have passed Intermediate. Advanced exercises. Off-lead work, distance control. Assessment on week 10.
For dogs and handlers who want to learn scent work, retrieve, sendaways, advanced distance control and more. Learn at your own pace, no pressure.
Rally Obedience/Fun Classes
Rally is obedience exercises run like an agility class. There is a numbered course set and each exercise must be completed before moving on to the next exercise. This course is excellent for people and dogs of all ages and levels of fitness.
Minimum of 6 participants.
Good Companion Dog Class
A range of exercises testing a dog’s temperament and obedience, handler’s knowledge on care, responsibility and legal requirement of dog ownership. Four levels include: manners (food and vehicle), distance work, handling by strangers. Passing this programme sets handlers up well to gain the New Zealand Kennel Club, Canine Good Citizen qualifications. All 10 exercises must be passed to qualify. Minimum of 6 participants.
Good Citizen Classes
We have training starting for Good Citizen Classes on 21st July, 2019.