Houston Obedience Training Dog Club

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Classes

HOT offers Obedience, Rally and Conformation classes in our indoor, air conditioned, fully-matted ring to the public and club members.  Classes offers include Beginner Level classes including Puppy, Basic and AKC Canine Good Citizen® for those just starting out and Advanced Level classes, Competition Skills (previously known as Pre-Novice) through Utility for those wishing to compete in Obedience Trials.  We offer classes to prepare students for Rally Competition as well as classes for those interested in Tracking.  All levels of Agility classes are offered in our lighted, regulation Agility field. 

All classes are taught by members of the Houston Obedience Training Dog Club.  Each instructor has been an active member of the HOT Dog Club for a minimum of two years during which time they assist classes and then serve as a provisional instructor underneath the supervision of a full instructor.  Our Puppy Instructors have earned at least one Companion Dog (CD) title.  HOT’s Basic Obedience classes are taught by members who have earned at least a Companion Dog (CD) and Companion Dog Excellent (CDX) title on their dog or two Companion Dog (CD) titles on two different dogs while a member of the club.  Instructors of advanced classes have earned the equivalent title on their dogs and our CGC Prep Class is taught by certified CGC Evaluators.


Class sizes are limited and filled on a first come, first served basis.  All students MUST pre-register for classes -- including new, returning or member students.  WALK-INS are not accepted.

You may pay online with PayPal using a credit card, debit card or e-check, HOWEVER, your registration is NOT COMPLETE until we have your money, signed application and a copy of your rabies certificate. You may mail your application to us at the address on the registration forms, fax it to 281-978-2242, or scan and email it to our Training Director at classes@hotdogclub.org. Your complete application and payment must be received prior to the start date of your class in order for you to receive notification that you have been accepted into the class.  We cannot contact you if we don't have a copy of your application!

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Jump to Registration Information for the Following Levels of Classes:

Beginner Level Obedience Advanced Level Obedience Rally Classes
Beginner Level Agility Advanced Level Agility Tracking Classes

 

HOT’s class schedule is subject to additions and starting dates may change, so please check back often for the latest information.  HOT offers discounts to students who take more than one class with the same dog or trains multiple dogs in HOT’s classes.  Discounts will be taken on the lower price class(es).  Contact our Training Director for complete details or download a summary of class pre-requisites and costs. 


With prior approval from the Training Director and/or instructor, handlers who take Advanced Classes (as listed below) may work a second dog of their own in the same class for no additional cost, provided one dog attends the first half of the class and the second dog attends the second half of the class.  Only one dog may be in the ring at a time.  The other dog must be crated outside the ring.  The class shall not wait for a dog switch.  Both dogs must be included on registration form.

 Classes that qualify are:

  • Obedience (Novice, Pre-Open, Open & Utility)

  • Rally (Skills, Rally-2, Rally Novice or Adv/Excellent Courses)

  • Agility (Novice, Open & Excellent)

Here are directions and a map to our Training Facility.  Also, please take a moment to check out our policies and guidelines before the first night of class.

 


We now have a "Notification HOTLine" that you can call to find out if class has been cancelled when there is bad weather in the area. Call (281) 978-2242 to get the status of tonight's classes.

This now gives our students 3 options: we'll continue to post on our
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Beginner Level Obedience Classes

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Whether you want a well-behaved pet or you're laying the groundwork to compete one day, HOT's Beginner Level Classes will help you build a foundation that sets you and your dog on the right path toward your goals. 

Beginner Level Obedience Classes
Puppy Class
$95  –  6 weeks 

Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and puppies no more than six months old.  Puppy owners must read, review with vet and sign puppy waiver before taking this class. Puppy Student Waiver

Happy, healthy, confident puppies grow up to well-socialized companion animals.  HOT’s Puppy Classes are designed to help the owner establish leadership, learn how and when to discipline and assist with the leash breaking, socialization and house training of a puppy up to five months of age. Students learn how to teach their puppy to walk politely on a leash, and basic commands such as sit, down, stay, quiet and come. Puppy class instructors also review grooming and nail trimming, general health information, behavior and seasonal problems with students. Plenty of playtime is included and games are used to teach retrieve and come exercises.
Basic Obedience Class
Level 1  $135  –  6 weeks 
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs that are at least six months old.
Well-socialized, confident and obedient dogs with responsible owners are welcomed members of a community. In HOT’s Basic Classes, students learn the proper use of training equipment; how to get and keep their dog’s attention, how to give commands; correction and praise; and controlled walking on a leash. They learn how to teach their dog the basic commands of sit, down, stay and how to release their dog from training. Heeling is taught through straight line, serpentine and circle exercises. Advanced exercises in the basic class include stand, long sit and down, automatic sits at halt and recalls on a long line.
Basic Obedience Class
Level 2  $105  –  6 weeks 
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs that have completed HOT's first level of Basic Obedience or its equivalent. 
Designed for those who want to strengthen and proof their dog's basic obedience skills. Emphasizes attention, footwork and the handling skills necessary for those who want to continue on to advanced training such as HOT's Pre-Novice, Rally or CGC classes.
CGC Prep Class
$60  –  2 weeks of class follwed by a CGC Test on week 3
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Basic Obedience Class 2 or its equivalent.

The American Kennel Club's Canine Good Citizen® (CGC) Program was started in 1989 to reward purebred and mix breed dogs who have good manners at home, in public places and in the presence of other dogs.  The AKC’s CGC Program stresses responsible pet ownership for owners and basic good manners for dogs.  HOT’s CGC Prep Class is designed to polish the skills you've learned in Basic 1 & 2 and prepare you to pass the 10 exercises included in the AKC’s CGC Test, such as politely accepting a stranger, grooming, or the presence of another dog.  Your dog will need to demonstrate that it can walk politely with you in public, deal with distractions while on your walk, sit, down on command and wait for you to call them.  The class concludes with the CGC Test conducted in a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere.  All dogs that complete the class and pass the 10-step CGC test may receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club.  

As of January 2013, when your dog passes the CGC test, you have the option on the CGC form (that you receive when your dog passes the CGC test) to receive a CGC Certificate or record your dog's accomplishment with the AKC as a title.  Please see the AKC's website for more information.

 

Advanced Level Obedience Classes

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We sincerely hope that Basic, CGC and Rally will only be a beginning for you and your dog, and that after passing the CGC test, you'll continue training in obedience, agility, tracking, or performance events.  All students working in any of the Advanced Training Classes should have a current copy of the AKC Obedience Rules and Regulations, AKC Judges Guidelines and other Rules and Regulations appropriate for the titles toward which they are training.  Equivalent ASCA or UKC Rules and Regulations should be obtained if applicable.  Click here to learn more about competitive obedience.

Advanced Level Obedience Classes
Competition Skills (Pre-Novice)
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Basic II Obedience Class or its equivalent.
There is so much more obedience training than come sit and stay.  HOT’s Competition Skills is designed for the dog and handler who already know the basic commands but want to continue their training, either to strengthen their basic skills or to lay the groundwork for those who might want to one day participate in competitive obedience, rally or agility.  Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Basic level and new, progressively difficult exercises. Course work includes Attention; Sit/Down Stays; Finish (long and short); Figure 8; Foot Work; Heeling on Lead; Recalls; Stand for Examination; Heel Free; Heeling through Crowds; Controlled out of sight stays; and Stays with loud noises and distractions.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar or positive control collar, 4 or 6-foot nylon/leather leash and a 15-foot long line.
Beginner Novice
$95 - 6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Competition Skills Obedience Class or its equivalent.
Beginner Novice is designed for the dog and handler who want to participate in competitive obedience. Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Competition Skills level and are designed to prepare at team to earn their Beginner Novice Obedience title.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar or positive control collar, 6-foot nylon/leather leash and a 15-foot long line.
Novice
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Competition Skills Obedience Class or its equivalent
Novice is designed for the dog and handler who want to participate in competitive obedience. Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Competition Skills level and new, progressively difficult exercises.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar or positive control collar, 4-foot nylon/leather leash and a 15-foot long line.
Graduate Novice
$95 - 6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Novice Obedience Class or its equivalent
Graduate Novice is designed for the dog and handler who want to participate in competitive obedience. Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Novice level and an introduction of skills needed to move on to Open Obedience.  This class is designed to prepare at team to earn their Graduate Novice Obedience title.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar, 4-foot nylon/leather leash and a properly fitted dumbbell.
Pre-Open
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who are proficient with HOT’s Novice Obedience or Show Prep classes or their equivalent.  All required equipment must be brought to each class.
Pre-Open is designed for the dog and handler who want to train for competitive obedience at the Open level. Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Novice level and introduction of new exercises including retrieving a dumbbell, the high and broad jumps, drop on recall and out of sight stays.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar or a positive control collar, a 4-foot nylon or leather leash and a dumbbell sized appropriately for the dog's bite.

Open
$95  –  6 weeks

Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Novice Obedience Class or its equivalent.  All required equipment must be brought to each class.
Open is designed for the dog and handler who want to train for competitive obedience at the Open level. Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Novice level and new, progressively difficult exercises including retrieving a dumbbell, the high and broad jumps, drop on recall and out of sight stays.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar or a positive control collar, a 4-foot nylon or leather leash and a dumbbell sized appropriately for the dog's bite.
Utility
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Open Obedience Class or its equivalent.  All required equipment must be brought to each class.
Utility is designed for the dog and handler who want to train for competitive obedience at the Utility level. Exercises are a combination of repeated skills learned at the Open level and new, progressively difficult exercises including hand signals, articles, gloves, the high and bar jumps.  Required equipment includes a flat buckle nylon or leather collar or a positive control collar, a 4-foot nylon or leather leash and a articles and gloves sized appropriately for the dog's bite.
Show Prep
$95 - 6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Prerequisite classes for the level in which they are preparing to compete. 
HOT's Show Prep classes are designed for those who are preparing to compete in obedience.  The instructor will review rules and regulations covering the exercises at their level and focus on polishing handling skills and fine tuning each each performance. Note: these classes are offered just before HOT's trials and occasionally before other large trials in our area.  Please check the calendar for availability. (May be offered for one or a combination of the following levels, based on interest and demand:  Beginner Novice, Preferred Novice, Novice, Graduate Novice, Preferred Open, Open, Graduate Open, Preferred Utility or Utility.)
 

Rally Classes

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Rally provides a link from the Canine Good Citizen® (CGC) program to obedience or agility competition, both for dogs and handlers. In addition, rally promotes fun and enjoyment for dogs at all levels of competition.

In Rally,  the dog and handler execute 10 to 20 designated stations on a course designed by the judge. Each stations has a sign providing instructions regarding the skill that is to be performed. The team of dog and handler moves continuously at a brisk, but normal, pace with the dog under control at the handler's left side. There should be a sense of teamwork between the dog and handler both during the numbered exercises and between the exercise signs; however, perfect "heel position" is not required.  Unlimited communication from the handler to the dog is to be encouraged and not penalized. Unless otherwise specified in these Regulations, handlers are permitted to talk, praise, encourage, clap their hands, pat their legs, or use any verbal means of encouragement. Multiple commands and/or signals using one or both arms and hands are allowed; the handler's arms need not be maintained in any particular position at any time, however, the handler may not touch the dog or make physical corrections.   Click here to learn more about Rally Obedience.

Rally Classes
Rally Level 1
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Competition Skills Class or its equivalent.
Level 1 focuses on the exercises that can be used in novice level rally courses and prepares students to enter their first trial.  HOT’s Rally Instructors will spend the first part of each class reviewing select Rally Exercises, demonstrating how they should be executed and explaining how they are scored.  The remainder of class time is then devoted to students working on those exercises under the guidance of the instructor.
Rally Skills
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Rally Level 1 or have an Rally Novice title. 
Rally Skills will prepare you for competition by explaining the skills needed to properly perform the exercises found in Advanced and Excellent Courses.   Specially designed drills and station sequences are utilized to proof these lessons.
Rally Level 2
$95  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Rally Skills or its equivalent. 
HOT's Rally Level 2 is designed for those who have earned their Rally Novice title and are preparing for Rally Advanced and Excellent competition.  HOT’s Rally Instructors will spend the first part of each class reviewing select Rally Exercises, demonstrating how they should be executed and explaining how they are scored.  The remainder of class time is then devoted to students working on those exercises under the guidance of the instructor.
Rally Novice Courses
$60  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Rally Level 1 or have a Rally Novice title.
Rally Courses features a Rally Novice course.  The 6-week session is run like a show and go - coaching, but no instruction, just a new course each week.
Rally Advanced/Excellent Courses
$60  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 6 months and older who have completed HOT’s Rally Level 2 or have a Rally Novice title.
Rally Courses features a Rally Excellent course with Rally Advanced options at select stations.  The 6-week session is run like a show and go - coaching, but no instruction, just a new course each week.
 

Beginner Level Agility Classes

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Agility is designed to demonstrate a dog's willingness to work with its handler in a variety of situations. It is an extremely physical athletic event that requires conditioning, concentration, training and teamwork.   HOT's Agility Program utilizes a progression of classes designed to build upon skills learned in obedience and beginner level agility classes so that teams may negotiate a full agility course, competitively and safely.

Beginner Level Agility Classes

Agility Fundamentals
$105 - 6 weeks

Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 9 months and older who have completed HOT's Basic 1, Basic 2 and Competition Skills Classes (or equivalency test).
Agility Fundamentals is designed to help students assess their dog's health, structural constraints, mental and physical fitness in order to safely participate in agility classes.  The exercises in this class will improve you dog's attention, control, motivation and interactions with you.  Students will be introduced to handling and performance skills for jumps, the tunnel, chute, dog walk, A-Frame, weave poles & seesaw.
Agility Level 1
$105  –  6 weeks
$95 -- 2nd handler/dog
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age; dogs must be at least 10 months old, depending on size, condition and maturity.  Teams must be proficient with Basic 1, Basic 2 & Agility Fundamentals class goals or successfully run a Competition Skills course and navigate Fundamentals equipment. 
Agility 1 - Will introduce you, and your dog, to most of the agility equipment at a reduced height (no broad jump or dog walk).  Students will learn the commands for each obstacle and how they are performed and build up to a sequence of 2-3 jumps.
Agility Level 2
$95  –  6 weeks
$60 -- 2nd handler/dog
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age; dogs must be at least 10- 18 months old, depending on size and condition.  Must have completed HOT's Agility 1 Class and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run an Agility 1 pattern.
Agility 2 - You and your dog will continue to learn, and become more confident on all the agility equipment and work jumps at at 4" - 12" heights (no more that 1/2 dog's height).  Students will learn handling techniques such as "out", "around", "front" and back crosses and build up to a sequence of 4-5 jumps/obstacles.
Agility Level 3
$95  –  6 weeks
$60 -- 2nd handler/dog
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age; dogs must be at least 10- 18 months old, depending on size and condition.  Must have completed HOT's Agility 2 Class and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run an Agility 2 pattern.
Agility 3 - You and your dog will start getting to full height on all the equipment and work jumps at 8" - 16" heights.   Students will continue to learn handling techniques and build up to a sequence of 6-8 jumps/obstacles.
Agility Level 4
$95  –  6 weeks
$60 -- 2nd handler/dog
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age; dogs must be at least 12 months old, depending on size, condition and maturity.  Must have completed HOT's Agility 3 Class and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run an Agility 3 pattern. Must have a set of agility weaves (6) poles.
Agility 4 - You and your dog will start getting to full height on all the equipment and work jumps at 8" - 16" heights.  Students will continue to learn handling techniques and build up to a sequence of 9-12 jumps/obstacles and navigation though 6 weave poles without luring.
CPE Agility Games
$95  –  6 weeks
$60 -- audit slot (no dog)
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age; dogs must be at least 12 months old, depending on size, condition and maturity.  Must have completed HOT's Agility 4 Class and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run an Agility 4 pattern. Must have a copy of the CPE Rules and Regulations.
CPE Agility Games - designed to explain and prepare students for the nuances of Canine Performance Events (CPE) Agility Competitions, especially the various “CPE Games” classes.
 

Advanced Level Agility Classes

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In HOT's Advanced Agility Classes, you and your dog will be working at full height on all the equipment.   Training sessions feature strings of obstacles and will work toward running full courses.  Enrollment in the appropriate class level will be determined by HOT's Training Director based on the Instructor's recommendations and the handler/dog's previous experience.

Advanced Level Agility Classes

Pre-Novice Agility
$75  –  6 weeks
$50 –  Additional dogs
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs conditioned to train and compete in agility.  Must have completed HOT's Agility 4 Class and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run an Agility 4 pattern. Must have a set of agility weaves (6) poles.
Pre-Novice Agility - Teams will be working at about 4" lower than full jump heights and full height contact equipment.   Training sessions feature strings of Sequence 12-13  jumps/obstacles.  Teams should be able to successfully navigate through 6 weave poles without hands inside pole area. 
Novice Agility
$75  –  6 weeks
$50 –  Additional dogs
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs conditioned to train and compete in agility.  Must have completed HOT's Pre-Novice Agility class and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run a Pre-Novice Agility pattern.
Novice Agility - Designed to prepare a team to show in Novice Agility competition.  Teams should be proficient on all of the agility equipment at full jump heights.  Instructors will continue teaching handling techniques with sequences of up to 16 jumps/obstacles.  
Open/Excellent Agility
$75  –  6 weeks
$50 –  Additional dogs
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs conditioned to train and compete in agility.  Must have completed HOT's Novice Agility Class, earned their Novice Standard title and have the recommendation of the instructor or be able to successfully run a Novice Agility pattern.  Must have two sets of agility weaves (12) poles.
Open/Excellent Agility - Designed to prepare a team to show in Agility Open and Excellent classes.  Teams should be proficient on all of the agility equipment at full jump heights.  Instructors will continue teaching handling techniques with sequences of up to 16-18 jump/obstacles for Open and 18-20 jumps/obstacles for Excellent/Master.  Teams should successfully navigate through 12 weave poles without hands inside pole area. 
 

Tracking Classes

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AKC tracking events are the competition form of canine search and rescue. These Tracking events provide training for dogs and their handlers to meet some human needs for tracking and finding lost humans or other animals, as well as, demonstrating the extremely high level of scent capability that dogs possess. Click here to learn more about tracking.  PLEASE NOTE:  This class is only offered twice a year; once in the spring and once in the fall.  Please check our class calendar for start dates.

Tracking Class
Intro to Tracking
$135  –  6 weeks
Requirements:  Open to handlers of at least 14 years of age and dogs 3 months and older who are in suitable physical condition to handle the challenges of this class.
Competitive tracking is a sport that judges a dog's ability to recognize and follow human scent, a skill that is useful in the service of mankind.  We are not training for search and rescue work, man trailing or evidence discrimination, however, the same basic skills learned in this class are utilized to train dogs for those services.  Tracking, by nature, is a vigorous, outdoor sport.  Tracking tests demonstrate the willingness and enjoyment of the dog in its work, and should always represent the best in sportsmanship and camaraderie by the people involved.  HOT’s Tracking Class is designed for those who have never tracked before or who have been out of the sport for a while and are starting a new dog.  Students will learn the start, corner, article indication, and line-handling skills necessary to develop the teamwork with their dog needed to build a training regime that, with commitment and consistency, will lead to the successful completion of the AKC Tracking Dog (TD) or Tracking Dog Urban (TDU) Test.    
 

Conformation Class

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Dog shows (conformation events) are intended to evaluate breeding stock. The size of these events ranges from large all-breed shows, with over 3,000 dogs entered, to small local specialty club shows, featuring a specific breed. The dog's conformation (overall appearance and structure), an indication of the dog's ability to produce quality puppies, is judged.  This is a drop-in class, meaning there is no pre-registration; you pay each week at class.

Taught by Tim Robbins
$15.00 per week
Requirements:  Dogs must be leashed trained and have up to date vaccinations, including rabies.  Bitches in season must be wearing britches.
Tim Robbins offers a Conformation Class on Tuesday evenings from 8:15 - 9:45 pm at HOT's Training Facility for those who want to learn about showing in the breed ring or just need to polish a dog before showing.  Classes are open to all breeds, adults and puppies, experienced and novice handlers.   For more information contact Tim at Robbsdale@aol.com.

 


Determining Equivalency

The Training Director and two other members of the Training Committee will determine equivalency.  This equivalency is successfully demonstrated by running a "pattern".  Dog should show a working knowledge of moving attention (this need not be perfect), a place sit, recall at end of long line, sit on command, down on command and other exercises appropriate to the class level for which they are registering.  Evaluations are $35.00, must be paid prior to your evaluation session, and must be scheduled, in advanced, with our training director.  You may pay for your session with cash, check or via PayPal. 


Refund Policy

Class sizes are limited, so, if after registering you find that you are unable to attend this course, please let us know in advance so another applicant may fill your slot.  Your enrollment will be canceled and your check will be voided or you may elect to transfer your enrollment to a future Puppy or Basic Class.  If you must miss a class, your instructor will offer an abbreviated make-up session before your next class (as their schedules allow).  No refunds will be made after the first class is completed.  If for some reason you are not able to complete your scheduled class, a transfer certificate will be provided for a slot in a future Puppy or Basic Class. Only one transfer will be allowed per student. There are no transfers offered for CGC, Rally or Advanced classes.


Dismissal of Aggressive Dogs

Houston Obedience Training Dog Club, Inc. does not allow overly aggressive or vicious dogs in its classes.  Dogs who are potentially dangerous to other people and/or dogs will be dismissed from class and referred to a private canine behavior modification program at the owner’s request.  In the case of dismissal, NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN and the dismissed dog may not enroll in any future HOT Dog Club class until the owner can provide proof that a behavior modification program has been successfully completed.

CLASSES

Check our CLASSES page for complete descriptions and pre-requisites for all our classes.

Then download a registration form and check our CLASS CALENDAR for start dates and times of upcoming classes.

 

RENTALS

Interested in renting our building or agility field for a training session, show 'n go, match, trial, test, workshop or seminar?
Check this RENTAL CALENDAR for available slots and details on how to make reservations.

 

EVENTS

Look here to find premium lists and flyers with more information about upcoming events. 

Look here and here for results and photos from some of our events.

 

LOCATION

Here's a map to our training facility, located in the Spring Branch area of Houston, north of I-10 and east of Beltway 8.

2400 Campbell Rd.,
Unit H
Houston, TX  77080 

 


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