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July 18, 2021 to July 25, 2021July 11, 2021 to July 18, 2021July 04, 2021 to July 11, 2021June 27, 2021 to July 04, 2021June 20, 2021 to June 27, 2021June 13, 2021 to June 20, 2021
Sunday, July 25, 2021 - Sunday, August 1, 2021
August 01, 2021 to August 08, 2021August 08, 2021 to August 15, 2021August 15, 2021 to August 22, 2021August 22, 2021 to August 29, 2021August 29, 2021 to September 05, 2021September 05, 2021 to September 12, 2021
The Charleston Dog Training Club
Come practice on a course set up for Levels Advanced - Masters.
Charleston Dog Training Center
Come work among others who want to practice and proof their dogs basic obedient skills in a fun active environment with many distractions. Each class you will be working on the following skills.
1. Walking in heal position with sits, downs, & change of directions
3. Standing for exams
4. Coming when called
5. Accepting a friendly stranger
This is a drop in class, but registration with payment is required. Classes will be limited to 8 teams.
Dogs should know the basic skills, but just need a place to practice with distractions and receive helpful critique.
Charleston Dog Training Center
Get your AKC titles today. Evaluators will be on hand to do testing for you and your dog to earn a multiple of titles.
$10 for testing. If you were in our CGC class there is no charge for your first test.
Charleston Dog Training CLub
Improve your current skills or learn to handle your dog for the breed ring.
Charleston Dog Training Center as well as some off campus training
This class is designed to prepare handlers and their dogs for visits to
institutions, facilities, and any other place where Therapy Dogs are needed.
The primary objective of the Therapy Dog is to provide comfort and
companionship in a way that promotes healing and improves the quality of
life for the people being visited and the staff who care for these people.
So what’s the difference between Therapy Dogs vs. Emotional Support
Animals? First, a Therapy Dog can help multiple people, sometimes even at
the same time! An emotional support animal (as well as a Service Dog), is
dedicated to helping one person all of the time. Another important difference
between therapy dogs and ESA’s is how the law recognizes them. ESA owners
get special protections that allow them to have their animals on airplanes
and in rental units; these laws do not cover therapy dogs. Therapy dogs may
only go into facilities where they are invited.
If your dog is at least one-year-old and has some basic training (sit, stay,
come, walk on a loose leash at least most of the time), this may be the class
for you! We can teach you to work as a team with your dog. A Therapy Dog
must have an outstanding temperament. This means that the dog should be
outgoing and friendly to all people, tolerant of other dogs and non-aggressive
toward other pets.
If your dog has these qualities and you are interested in getting started,
please register for this class. Our ultimate goal is to create teams to visit
facilities together. It’s a great way to build a strong relationship with your
dog, meet like-minded people and help address a real need in our