Get ready for the Dog Olympics! Introduction to Rally combines agility activities with obedience skills.
Although many people compete in Rally-O, our classes are designed around being fun and teaching useful skills for you and your dog. With tunnels, jumps, weaves, and laughter, Rally just might be the most fun you and your dog have all year!
Location: Humane Society of Jefferson County
Class Length: 5-week series (About 1 hour lessons)
Class Size: 6 dog maximum
What’s the schedule for this class?
Because we only offer a few series each year, our classes fill quickly!
2020 Start Dates:
- Tuesday, February 4, 6:30-7:30pm (CANCELLED)
- Tuesday, July 14, 6:30-7:30pm (FULL)
- Wednesday, November 18, 6:30-7:30pm (1 spot available)
What will you and your dog learn in this class?
Each lesson will have a series of stations. Your dog will learn the skill for each station, and then put it all together to run the course.
Each week the course will get a little bigger, with more stations. The first weeks will focus on basic skills, and the later weeks will delve into more advanced activities.
What kind of dog is this class for?
Introduction to Rally is perfect for both older and younger dogs, as all of the activities are designed not to put overt stress on the joints.
Are there any prerequisites for this class?
Rally fills up quickly! If you already plan on taking Family Dog Manners or Puppy Preschool and then Introduction to Rally immediately after, call (920) 648-2421 or email us to claim your spot before the class fills up!
How much does this class cost?
The price of Introduction to Rally is $150, which includes lessons, take-home handouts, and graduation materials. Additionally, our instructors are more than willing to stay after class and address any individual questions you may have.
Who teaches this class?
Our behavioral trainers, Alli and Danielle currently teach Rally-O. You can learn more about their certifications, experience, and more on our Meet the Trainers page!