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The Intermediate Course

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The Intermediate Course is the next step on your journey with your dog after completing The Beginner's Course! In this course, we will continue to build reliability in the skills gained through the previous course, as well as introduce the additional skills of "Stand" and "Place" (send to a mat). 

The main focus of The Intermediate Course is what is known as the 3 D's of training; Distance, Duration and Distraction. These elements are important to all aspects of reliable, functional obedience training

This is a 6 week course, with weekly 45min classes. Class numbers are capped to ensure that each and every attendee receives the attention they need! 

Classes are located at the Parklakes Sports Complex in Bli Bli, QLD. This location provides ample parking, undercover areas if needed and drinking fountains for both you and your dog.

This course is suitable for any dog who has completed The Beginner's Course. If you have participated in obedience classes previously with another trainer, and believe this course is appropriate for your dog, please contact us directly to discuss and confirm this before booking.

Enrolment in this course also automatically enables you lifetime access to our online support group.

Advanced obedience courses will be released soon

*Our booking system requires an attendee count to create a booking. Please set this at 1, otherwise the system will charge you per person. We absolutely do not mind how many family members or housemates accompany you and your dog to classes as long as they are not distracting. They are more than welcome to attend so that everyone is on the same page! 

*If you have a reactive dog, please contact us directly before booking this course. We will be able to advise you if your dog is suitable for group classes, or whether they will require some individual support before joining in. This is NOT because we discriminate against reactive dogs; it's quite the opposite! If a group setting is too much for your dog, then we risk creating a traumatic rather than positive on-field experience.