"The perfect picture of obedience
is a handler and their dog working
together as a well run team."
CIA was formed in 1982 by Val Reith. All levels of obedience from beginner to utility are offered in her classes. Beginner is a class to teach puppies and young dogs how to be good family members and well mannered neighborhood pets by learning basic obedience exercises. Utility is the highest competitive Obedience class recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club.
The perfect picture of obedience is a handler and their dog working together as a well run team. Every breed and every dog has a different personality and therefore requires different approaches to obedience training.
CIA has the honour of teaching many students with different breeds who have achieved the highest awards at Obedience Trials. As well, CIA students have placed in the top 10 Obedience Dogs as well as various other breed standings as published by the magazine Dogs in Canada.
CIA NEWS & UPDATES
It is with great sadness that I have to announce as of July 01,2017 CIA will no
longer be available for obedience training as I am retiring.
I am humbled and deeply appreciate all the people that have trained with
CIA over the past years. I would like to personally thank Tracy Barker and
Gail Newman for all their assistance in the smooth running of CIA.
Good luck to all of you in your future obedience endeavours.
Our last Beginner & Novice: starts Tuesday, May 16, 2017 and
Our last Pre-trial, Open & Utility: starts Thursday, May 18, 2017.
Phone or email for information and registration.
Photography by Faye Unrau