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H​ave the following information available for registration:

  1. Veterinarian proof of rabies vaccination if dog is of age. (upload at time of registration or mail to the class coordinator to confirm your registration)
  2. Payment
  3. Completed registration packet

All classes will be will be held in the SEKC Clubhouse (Old McDonald’s Farm Building) on the WH Lyon Fairgrounds.

Email [email protected] with any questions

Class Policies



Conformation - 2/1/2022 - 3/8/2022. 6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.

Instructor Tracy Duff.

You will learn how to compete in AKC conformation dog shows. The purpose of dog shows is to evaluate breeding stock to each breed standard. You will learn ring procedures, how to stack your dog and move at a correct speed. This is a great class to learn how to work as a team with your dog. Please bring a proper show lead and bait/treats to class.  Drop-ins are welcome and will be $12.


Rally Novice Class (5 student limit) - February 2, 2022, beginning at 6:15 p.m. for 6-weeks.  Instructor Leah Hansen.

Prerequisites: An obedience class and the ability of your dog to heel or walk loose leash next to you. This class is not just for those looking to compete, but will be taught with a focus on getting you and your dog ready to compete in Rally Novice.

Do you enjoy teaching your dog commands and tricks? Then the sport of AKC Rally might be for you. In Rally, a dog and their handler move together through a course made up of 10-20 signs. Each sign displays a skill to perform such as turns or behaviors like sit, down, or stay. The dog and handler work together and should show a sense of teamwork and enthusiasm throughout the course.


Rally Excellent Class - (6 student limit) - February 2, 2022, beginning at 7:15 p.m. for 6-weeks.  Instructor Leah Hansen.

Prerequisites - Rally Novice Title, Familiar with advanced level signs, Dog able to reliably work off leash by other dogs.

This class will focus on teams who are looking to compete in the Excellent Rally class. Each night will have a course to run through and will work through teaching the excellent level signs. 


Fundamentals for the Family Dog; Saturday 2/5/2022 - 3/12/2022.  1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Course Description from Instructor Billie Kubat:

For the dog/handler team with no previous experience or have taken Puppy Playschool. Positive reinforcement, learn basic skills like walk with me, sit, down, stay, come. For dogs 5 months and older. Introduction to skills necessary to pass the CGC Canine Good Citizen Program. A great way to get a foundation for any direction you want to take your dog, weather that be obedience, rally, or whatever. It lays the foundation to be an amazing team! 


Puppy Playschool; Saturday 2/5/2022 - 3/12/2022. 2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Course Description from Instructor Billie Kubat:

Did you welcome a new furry family member to your home recently? This class is a great way to socialize your new puppy! This class will give you the building blocks to build a great foundation for dog based on positive reinforcement. Your puppy won't even know that you are training while you introduce them to new games and activities that will grow your bond! Puppies will have the opportunity to achieve their Star Puppy! For dogs 6 months and younger.


Advanced Novice Beginner Open Class Obedience2/5/2022 - 3/12/2022 from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Instructor Ginny Beck describes this class as for those who have completed the Novice Obedience class or have trained or competed in Novice Obedience trials in the past.

Topics covered will be:

• Proofing and polishing on-leash healing

• Introduction to off leash healing

• Introduction to the dumbbell, “take it”, “hold” and “give” commands

• Introduction to retrieve on the “flat” and “high jump”

• Introduction to “drop on recall”, “command discrimination” and “broad jump”

• AKC rules will be discussed as well as common handler errors 

Beginner Agility.  

Thursday evenings beginning 2/3/2022.

Course Description from Instructor Ericka Erickson:


Beginner I Class starts at 6:30 p.m.

Agility is a popular dog sport where your dog navigates an obstacle course for time. You will learn obstacle and handling foundation skills for starting agility training with your dog.


Beginner 2 Class starts at 7:30 p.m.

Beginner agility 2 will continue to build on the skills developed in the Beginner Agility Class. Specifically, we will start to add in handling sequences, crosses, and contact work. The end goal for this class will be an AKC ACT1 course test. This class is geared toward teams that have completed the Beginner Agility class and are interested in continuing on a path toward competition.