Northfield Dog Training • 3676 W. Ellsworth Rd. • Ann Arbor, MI 48103 • 734-995-7200 • Email us only search NDT site

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September 2021 COVID Information: Here is some important information for you to know about:

We are requiring ALL students (and our staff) to be fully vaccinated (2 weeks after final shot) against COVID-19 to be able to come to an in-person class. Students must either email a photo of their COVID vaccination card OR show their card to a staff member BEFORE entering the building for the first class.

With the recent increase in cases in Washtenaw County and our state, while we aren't requiring the use of masks, we do encourage you to use one.

Sonic and Adele doing the Fast in the obedience ring

Flat-Coated Retriever Sonic and Adele perform a Fast in the obedience ring

All obedience classes are held in the north end of the big building at the rear of the NDT site.

If paying by check, please write the section number(s) and your dog(s)'s name on your check. This is a big help for processing registrations.

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Upcoming Classes

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Course Day Time Start Date End Date Cost Instructor Section Spaces Left
Intermediate Scent

Intermediate Scent

In intermediate scent you will continue to develop your search strategies and handling skills while working on increasingly complex scent problems.

Prerequisites

Instructor Approval

Thu 9:30-10:45 AM Oct 21 Dec 2 $130 Kathryn 21K10ThurIntScent Filled
  Notes: NOTE:This class will skip November 25 for Thanksgiving. This class requires instructor approval. You will need to bring a crate to class and, if necessary, something to occupy your dog in the crate between turns, such as a snuffle mat or a chew. You will also need lots of high-value treats (this is from the dog’s perspective; they should love what they are getting). Dogs must be worked on either a buckle or martingale collar, or a harness. Correction collars are not permitted. Although we will be working off leash most of the time, you should have a long line for on leash work (12 to 18 ft is fine).

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