• +401 B St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa
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Treibball I

Pre-requisite: This class is for social dogs that can focus on you while being off leash in our training hall. Successful completion of Basic Good Manners (or Basic Obedience equivalence at any training school). Proof of completion is required. Your dog must not exhibit fearful or reactive behaviours towards people and dogs. Reactive Rover graduates with your instructor’s approval are welcome. If you’re unsure if your dog would be a good fit for this class, check out our popular Reactive Rover class or contact us with your questions.

Age Requirements: At least 6 months old

Course Length: 8 lessons (8 consecutive weeks; 1 hour each lesson)

Price: $200 + HST for 8 lessons

Max. Class Size: 5 dogs

Vaccination Requirements: Up-to-date in required vaccines (titer test results accepted).

Do you have an active dog that wants a ‘job’ to do? Would you like to get involved in canine activities, but think Agility or Flyball may be too loud, too fast or too physically demanding for you or your dog? Have you got an intelligent pup whose mind needs to be challenged? check out Treibball!

Treibball (also known as big ball herding) is a great sport for herding dogs and dogs who love to chase! It is a great sport for all dogs who, if they could, would enjoy a playing pool or playing soccer! Treibball is a wonderful sport for dogs of all ages including senior dogs of course.

Treibball is a dog and handler team sport invented in the early ’90’s. The dog must, under the handler’s direction, push several large balls towards and through a set of goalposts where the handler is waiting. This involves following complex and precise cues, at a distance, all while off leash! It is a fabulous way to work on your dog’s focus and relationship with you, all while giving them something fun and new to learn.

*Please email us if the class you want is full or unavailable. Thank you*

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What to bring to class:

  • Plenty of small training treats that your dog loves
  • A regular 6-foot leash (non-retractable)
  • A dog training food reward pouch, bag, or holder so that you can retrieve your food reward easily
  • A regular collar or harness
  • Indoor shoes (for the humans) if it is wet or mucky out

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