Dog Training Rules and Requirements

Vaccinations

All dogs must be up to date with their vaccinations.
All puppies and new dogs must present a minimum C5 Vaccination Certificate prior to their first training session.

Keeping Grounds Clean

Clients must ensure they clean up after their dogs.
Clients are required to supply and carry enough bags to ensure grounds are kept clean.
Training grounds must be left in the same, clean condition in which they were found.

Footwear

Appropriate footwear must be worn to all classes and during training.
Thongs and high heels must not be worn for safety reasons and mobility whilst training. 

Dog to Dog

Clients must ask first before approaching another dog.
Dogs must be kept at an appropriate distance during class, unless during socialisation or under instruction.
Clients must never allow their dog to approach a tethered dog.

Person to Dog

Clients must ask first before approaching another dog.
Clients must keep an appropriate distance during class, unless during socialisation or under instruction.
Clients must never approach a tethered dog.

Equipment

Extendable leads are not permitted for use during class.
Leads, flat collars, check chains, head collars and muzzles, must be in good condition and fit securely, to ensure control of your dog.
Check chains are not permitted on puppies under 20 weeks of age or used on certain breeds and may be subject to instructor's discretion.

Dogs on Lead

Dogs must be on lead at all times, unless under instruction in Navy Collar or Black Collar classes.
Dogs must be under effective control at all times.

Codes of Conduct

All clients and participants of this Council facilitated training must be courteous and respectful of all open space and park users during training and class times.
 
The trainer is dedicated to providing a fun, friendly and professional service, focused on community service and safety, animal welfare and responsible dog ownership.

Reactive/Aggresive Dog Training - Additional Rules 

  • Those dogs who are required to wear a muzzle must do so

  • all equipment must be secure and intact

  • no clip collars or retractable leads are allowed

  • all owners must maintain a safe distance from other dogs in class

  • all owners must follow directions from the instructor at all times

  • dogs to be held on lead at all times

 
For the introduction session (1st session) dogs are not to be brought to class. This is so the trainer can discuss issues and introduce owners to techniques that they will use without barking or lunging dogs for that session.

Dog Trainer 

Dave Metcalf 0448 153 316 

For more Information please contact Ranger Services on 08 9411 3444. 

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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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