Getting a new dog can be a joyful experience. Raising a dog, however, requires time and commitment. Dogs are social animals and they love to interact and please their owners. Hence, we believe it is the pet owner’s responsibility to ensure that the dog is trained and well-behaved.
Obedience training is beneficial to dogs and their owners. Dogs that are trained can prevent the development of bad behaviours like chewing, digging, barking, biting, jumping and peeing in the house. A well trained dog is a happier dog because it bonds better with it’s owner. When dogs are trained in the park, it also helps the dog interact and socialize with other dogs and people.
Established in 2009 as a model ‘doggie school’ in Malaysia, this community school has graduated over 2,000 dogs and dog owners, which is part of MNAWF’s Animal Assisted Activities (AAA) programme. It is a programme focused to prevent pets from being abandoned, abused and left to stray in our community.
This programme has been endorsed and supported by the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) and Veterinary Association Malaysia (VAM).
Be rest assured that you and your dog will get the best value from this programme through trained and passionate instructors.
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At CSC, we believe all dogs can learn regardless of their background. That is why we created CGC : a course designed to help you and your dog be the best you can be together. All first time joiners have to sign up for CGC before moving forward to other courses.All of our trained and experienced instructors use the Positive Training Method of training. No harnesses, prong or shock collars are allowed. Classes are fun for students and their companions
Like any sports, this is a FUN dog sports in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. It is open to all dogs regardless any breed.This course is an introduction to Agility. Handler and dog team are introduced to maneuver through a series of non-contact obstacles such as bar jumps, tunnels and tire.
In Intermediate Agility , the team are introduced to other contact obstacles such as see-saw, dog walk, A frame and weave polls.
This is a refinement of handling skills where the handler fine-tunes accuracy and strategies the best run of the course for efficiency. Handler will learn to navigate more challenging courses through better handling skills.
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Officiated by Yang Berhormat Datuk Chua Tee Yong, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture.
22nd April 2012 at Center Park, Bandar Utama, KL