ALL BREEDS, ALL LEVELS

Training Fees

Fees are payable in advance on the first Saturday or Wednesday of each month.

Fees may be paid in cash, by cheque, or by E.F.T. Unfortunately we do not have credit card facilities. If paying by E.F.T., please make your payment effective for the 1st of the month you are paying for; i.e. do not make your payment effective in January if you are paying for February. Use your name and the month you are paying for as a deposit reference. Our bank details are as follows:-

Account Name: K9 Training Centre
Bank: ABSA
Branch: Fourways
Branch Code: 632905
Account Type: Current Account
Account No: 4060509907
Deposit Reference: Your name and month you are paying for e.g. Smith, January
Please bring a copy of the proof of transfer with you to your first lesson.

Booking is essential for Elementary class and the R550.00 admission fee is payable on booking to reserve a place in the class, on a non-refundable basis.

2019 Fees
Obedience
R550.00 Admission fee per dog (Once off payment).
R500.00 Monthly Obedience Tuition Fee for the first dog (Either Saturday or Wednesday - 4 classes).
R340.00 Monthly Obedience Tuition Fee for a second family dog (Either Saturday or Wednesday - 4 classes).
R340.00 Extra per month for training the same dog twice a week (For Saturday and Wednesday - 8 classes).
Puppy Socialisation
R500.00 Monthly Puppy Socialisation Fee (Including Graduates) for the first dog.
R340.00 Monthly Puppy Socialisation Fee (Including Graduates) for a second family dog.
Manwork
R420.00 Manwork fee per month for the first dog (Advanced Class & by invitation only).
R280.00 Manwork fee per month for seconf family dog (Advanced Class & by invitation only).
Flyball
R50.00 Per class, first class free. No admission fee for flyball. Payable to instructor, please do not EFT to K9 account

We regret that no training will be undertaken should fees remain unpaid.

Class Timetable

Saturday

Time Class Field Instructors
08.00 to 09.00 Advanced A & B Chris, rotating alternate instructors
09.15 to 10.15 Intermediate B Chris, Michaela
09.15 to 10.15 Novice A Cheryl, Debbie
10.30 to 11.30 Elementary A Cheryl, Michaela
10.30 to 11.30 Beginners B Chris
10.30 to 11.30 Preparatory C Debbie
11.45 to 12.45 Puppy A Cheryl, Michaela
11.45 to 12.45 Puppy Graduate A & B Chris, Karyn
16.00 to 17.00 Flyball A Michaela

Wednesday

Time Class Field Instructors
18.00 to 19.00 Junior B Gia
18.00 to 19.00 Senior A Chris / Charles
19.15 to 20.15 Manwork A Chris / Charles

What To Bring To Class

Please bring with you to class:

  • Dog with collar & leash. Please make sure that collars and harnesses are correctly fitted and that the dog cannot slip out of them.
  • If the dog wears a muzzle please make sure that the dog can breathe and pant adequately, basket type muzzles that allow the dog to open his mouth should be used, not the type that holds the mouth closed.
  • Treats for dog – meat based treats work best, such as small slices of Vienna , ham, leftover chicken or steak, biltong etc. Something your dog will really like. Try & avoid a biscuit based treat if you can. For puppies the treats need to be very small and soft. Bring lots and lots of treats, especially for puppies!
  • You can also bring a toy to play with your dog on breaks. Tug toys are good. We do not allow junior obedience levels to go off-leash so no long distance ball throwing should be done unless you can run really really fast with your dog on leash!
  • We have communal water for the dogs, but you may bring your own if you wish as not all dogs like to drink out of a communal bowl.
  • Hat & sunblock & a drink for yourself – training is on a field in the sun and it gets toasty in the summer, so please make sure you are adequately protected.
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes and clothes that allow you to sit on the ground if necessary.
As you progress through the various levels you will need additional items:
Elementary
  • Treats
  • Collar and leash
  • Toy optional, for breaks
Advanced
  • Treats
  • Collar and leash
  • Toy
  • Retrieve article – dumbbell
  • Squaring articles – peg, matchbox, square of cloth, small section of hosepipe
  • Harness
  • Tracking lead optional
Beginner, Preparatory and Intermediate
  • Treats
  • Collar and leash
  • Toy
Manwork
  • Leash
  • Wide flat buckle collar or harness
Novice
  • Treats
  • Collar and leash
  • Toy
  • Retrieve article – dumbbell
Flyball
  • Leash
  • Harness – Standard H or sports type. Step in harnesses are not suitable.
  • Tug toy
  • Treats