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High Octane Specialty
Group Classes

Welcome to High Octane's Specialty Group Classes. We offer a wide range of specialty training options to enable you and your canine teammate to have fun, build confidence, and prepare for competitions.. Our team of experienced instructors is passionate about helping you and your canine teammate have fun, stay healthy, and reach your goals.

 

With our unique and specialized approach to each handler/dog team, you and your furry companion will be able to reach your desired performance level in no time

Introduction to Rally

Intro Rally is the perfect course for those who want to build a lasting relationship with their dog, whether they wish to prepare for competition or just have fun! It is also perfect for retired "sport" dogs who still want to be active. This course is geared towards anyone with little-to-no experience with Rally and will cover basic heeling techniques. We will follow the AKC Rally and Cynosport World Rally regulations and skills. With this course, you can get a head start before you try a more intense sport such as Agility.

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Advanced Rally Skills

Our Advanced Rally Skills course is perfect for students who have already gained a solid knowledge of Rally. Those who have worked in a Rally environment with their dog and are familiar with all Novice signs and have been at least introduced to Intermediate/Advanced signs will benefit greatly. We focus on honing your Advanced skills while learning the Rally signs for the Excellent and Master levels, emphasizing off-lead skills.

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Tricks for Treats Level 1

Our Tricks for Treats Level 1 class is where your tricks adventure begins for you and your dog. Learn the basics and earn your first tricks title.  From performing tricks that serve functional purposes to having fun, start out at the beginner level and work through the challenges for each trick. With something for everyone, our Tricks for Treats Level 1 class also provides the opportunity to submit applications for your AKC Novice Tricks title.

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Tricks for Treats Level 2

Our Tricks for Treats Level 2 class is perfect for the more experienced pup! Dogs must have completed Tricks for Treats Level 1, or have instructor pre-approval, in order to participate. Here, you and your pup will continue to develop your tricks toolbox and learn Intermediate and Advanced trick applications. You will also explore new, more challenging tricks to help prepare you and your pup for the chance to earn your next level AKC Tricks Title - all while having lots of fun.

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Tricks for Treats Level 3

Tricks for Treats Level 3 is the perfect way to take your dog's tricks training to the next level! This advanced class is only available to those handler/dog teams who have completed Tricks for Treats Level 2, or have instructor pre-approval. Here, your pup can learn more complex tricks as you both work towards the AKC Performer Trick Title.

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Tricks for Treats Level 4

Tricks for Treats Level 4 is our most challenging level tricks class. Due to the complexity of the tricks, dog/handler teams must have completed Tricks for Treats Level 3 or have instructor pre-approval. Have fun (and challenge yourself)  learning how to teach your dog complex tricks, perform tricks at a distance, and other more advanced techniques and skills.

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Extreme Tricks 1

Where Parkour meets Stunt Dog! This is the class where you and your dog will learn some athletic and flashy tricks to wow family and friends.  It’s a great way to learn new tricks for your Freestyle routine, your Elite Performer Trick title or to just have fun with your dog.  The instructor will break each trick down so you don’t need a lot of trick experience.  
To attend this class you must have taken at least one training class (anywhere) with your current dog and have knowledge of clicker-based training.

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More Extreme Tricks

Get ready to take your dog's tricks training to the next level with More Extreme Tricks. Our unique fusion of Parkour meets Stunt Dog Part 2 is designed to challenge and motivate both you and your furry friend. With a completely new set of tricks not found in Extreme Tricks 1, you'll be able to expand your dog's skills and have even more fun together. See for yourself how our program can help you achieve your Freestyle routine goals and become an Elite Performer Trick titleholder. Whether you're looking to show off your dog's skills or just have fun together, our More Extreme Tricks will help you achieve your goals and make memories to last a lifetime. 

To attend this class you must have taken at least one training class (anywhere) with your current dog and have knowledge of clicker-based training.

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Basic Canine Parkour

What is Dog Parkour? According to the International Dog Parkour Association, they describe it as any activity where… “Dogs get introduced to the world of jumping, climbing, balancing over, crawling under, and going around different obstacles in their everyday world. Parkour can be done anywhere and is limited only by one’s imagination. Dog parkour helps with confidence and overcoming fears, and it is a low impact but challenging activity for any canine athlete.”

 

Join our Basic Canine Parkour class for some low pressure fun and physical activity for your dog. Students in the class will have the option to complete the items needed to submit their application for both the International Dog Parkour Association Training Level Title (PKD-T) and/or Novice Level Title (PKD-N). Depending on class level, additional exercises may be taught for higher level titles.

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Intermediate Canine Parkour

Build on the skills learned in Novice Canine Parkour (Basic Parkour class) where the same skills are taught but new challenges are added with increasing difficulty. Students in the class will have the option to complete the items needed to submit their application for both the International Dog Parkour Intermediate Level Title (PKD-I). Depending on class level, additional exercises may be taught for higher level titles.

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Introduction to Treibball

Treibball, also known as “Urban Herding”, is a dog sport invented in Germany over 10 years ago by Dutchman Jan Nijboer. The ultimate object of the game is to get your dog to push 8 different balls (think human exercise balls) into a goal while the handler stays in a set area. The dog takes directions on which ball to push into the goal. There is usually a 15 minute time limit to get the job done.


In our Introduction to Treibball class, we’ll teach you and your dog the foundation behaviors needed to eventually drive 8 balls across a field into a net under your direction.  Your dog will learn how to line up behind the ball, push it and take direction from you from a distance.

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Intermediate Treibball

Treibball, also known as “Urban Herding”, is a dog sport invented in Germany over 10 years ago by Dutchman Jan Nijboer. The ultimate object of the game is to get your dog to push 8 different balls (think human exercise balls) into a goal while the handler stays in a set area. The dog takes directions on which ball to push into the goal. There is usually a 15 minute time limit to get the job done.


In our Intermediate Treibball class, we’ll teach you and your dog the intermediate behaviors needed to drive 8 balls across a field into a net under your direction.  Completion of Intro to Treibball, or instructor's approval, is required for taking this class. 

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