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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 MacDonald’s Farm Building) on the WH Lyon Fairgrounds.

Please contact Janet Bartosh at [email protected] with any questions. 

Class Policies



Novice Obedience – Ginny Beck (5 Student Limit)

Tues Sept 13 – Oct 18 6:30 PM (5 Student Limit)

Novice Obedience is for those who wish to compete competitively in AKC Obedience trials. The fundamentals of heeling, sitting, down and recall when commanded to do so will be taught. Also, the use of markers and cues. Each student will be provided a copy of the AKC rules for Beginner Novice as well as Novice A with clear explanations of what can and cannot be allowed in the show ring. Students are to bring a 6 – foot long lead and a collar (ex: slip chain or martingale) as a proper leash and collar application will be discussed.

Member registration opens 8/22 at noon. Nonmember registration opens 8/23 at noon. 

Rally Novice – Leah Hanson

Thurs Sept 8 – Oct 20 6:30 PM (5 Student Limit)

Prerequisite – 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. Member registration opens at 8/22 at noon. Nonmember registration opens 8/23 at noon. 

Rally Run Throughs – Leah Hanson

Thurs Sept 8 – Oct 20 7:30 PM (Drop-Ins Welcomed)

Run throughs will be set up for rally courses. Novice course from the previous class will be available every week for novice run throughs. Advanced, Excellent and master's courses will be rotated through. Instructor will be available for questions. Drop In Students must bring payment of $15 to class. All participants must sign a waiver and bring proof the dogs vaccination record to class. Member registration opens 8/23 at noon. Nonmember registration opens 8/24 at noon. 

Agility I – Rachael Weelborg

Mon Oct 3 – Nov 7 6:30 PM (5 Student Limit)

Prerequisites – Basic obedience skills.This class is for the handler/dog team with no previous experience. In this beginner agility class we will cover some foundaon skills and introduce equipment along with short sequences. Whether you are or aren’t planning to advance to di9erent levels of agility, this will help you and your dog develop teamwork while having fu. This will also set your team up for Beginners Agility II.

Beginner Agility II – Ericka Erickson

Wed Oct 5 – Nov 9 6:30 PM (5 Student Limit)

Prerequisites – 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.

Member registration opens 9/5 at noon. Nonmember registration opens 9/6 at noon.

Pre – Novice/Novice Agility – Denise Erger

Wed Oct 5 – Nov 9 7:30 PM (5 Student Limit)

Prerequisites – Must have completed Beginner Agility I and II or have instructor approval to take this class.

Pre – Novice/Novice Agility Class will continue to help you and your dog develop skills learned in Beginner’s Agility I and II. The class will emphasize working towards full height contact equipment, beginning sequences, handling skills, and introduction to weave pole/weave pole skills. The class is designed for those teams looking to compete in AKC Agility at the Novice level. Member registration opens 9/5 at noon. Nonmember registration opens 9/6 at noon.

Conformation – Janet Bartosh, Stacy Einck-Paul, Tracy Duff

Sat Oct 1 – Nov 12 9:00 AM (Drop-Ins Welcomed)

You will learn how to compete in AKC conformation dog shows. The purpose of dog shows is to evaluate breeding stock to each breeds standard. You will learn the 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 and be ready for our Fall Show. Please bring a proper leash and bait/treats to class. Drop Ins must bring payment of $15 to class, sign a waiver and bring the dogs vaccination record to class. Member registration opens 9/5 at noon. Public registration opens 9/6 at noon.

Puppy Kindergarten – Billie Suedekum

Sat Oct 1 – Nov 12 11 AM (6 Student Limit)

Did you add a new furry family member to your household 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 your dog based on positive reinforcement. Your puppy wont’ even know that you’re training while you introduce them to new games and activities that will grow the bond you have with your dog. Puppies will have the opportunity to achieve their S.T.A.R Puppy! This is for dogs 6 months old and younger.

Member registration opens 9/5 at noon. Public registration opens 9/6 at noon.

Fundamentals of Family Dog- Billie Suedekum

Sat Oct 1 – Nov 12 12 PM (6 student limit)

This class is for the dog/handler team with no previous experience or have taken Puppy Playschool. It’s a positive reinforcement class to learn basic skills like lose leash healing, sit, down, stay, and come. It’s for dogs 5 months old and older. It introduces you to skills necessary to pass the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Program. It’s also a great way to get a foundation for any direction you want to take your dog, whether that be competitive obedience, rally or anything else. It lays the foundation to be an amazing team!

Member registration opens 9/5 at noon. Public registration opens 9/6 at noon.