It takes less effort to train a dog than it does to live with an untrained one

TEACHING COMMANDS

Dog Obedience Training is the practice of teaching a dog to understand and respond to commands.

In Canine Code’s obedience classes, we start by teaching your dog to stay focused on you around other dogs. Before long, you’ll find that they can also stay, come on command and walk on a loose leash in the park.

Each class consists of only 4-5 dogs, so there’s plenty of time to give both you and your dog individual attention. It is a great format if you want rapid results or if you have a dog that struggles with over excitement.

We often train in public spaces, to make sure that you will be able to implement what you have learnt straight away in your everyday life.

  • session1

    1 WORKSHOP

    1 hour

    Group of maximum 5 dogs

    Indoor & Outdoor venue

    Located in Brighton

    $30
  • 3 HOME SESSIONS 3 WORKSHOPS

    3 WORKSHOPS +
    3 HOME SESSIONS

    3 x 1 hour group workshops

    3 x 1 hour private sessions

    $525
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    5 WORKSHOPS

    5 x 1 hour

    Group of maximum 5 dogs

    Indoor & Outdoor venue

    Located in Brighton

    $125
  • session3

    10 WORKSHOPS

    10 x 1 hour

    Group of maximum 5 dogs

    Indoor & Outdoor venue

    Located in Brighton

    $195

Sessions Schedule BOOK YOUR CLASSES HERE!

TIMESKILLDESCRIPTION
Sunday 9am 16/12/2018
Bentleigh Scout Hall, 21 Patterson Rd
Children & Dogs, interacting successfullyIs your dog struggling to interact with children? Are your children struggling to interact with puppies/ dogs? This workshop teaches 5-10yo children how to be savvy around dogs and create happy play for both parties. All children and dogs must be accompanied by an adult . Childfree owners with child-shy dogs are welcome to attend for free (but let us know if you are coming).BOOK IT!
Sunday 10.30am 16/12/18
Address: 1/858 Hampton St
Xmas & Summer Safety -dodge the disasters!Are you aware that dogs are highly allergic to raisins, onions and lilies? Do you know how to check if your dog is overheating and what to do if it happens? The big Christmas buffets, the hot weather, the holiday car trips and the NYE fireworks alll pose a challenge and potentially a hazard to your dog. This lecture will get you well informed and prepared for every situation. This lecture is just for you, so please leave your pooch at home.BOOK IT!
Sunday 9am 13/01/19
Archer Court
Loose Leash Walking 1Discover the bliss of walking your dog without being pulled down the street or having to yank at its neck. This method takes a little practice, so the workshop stretches over two sessions. For the full benefit, attendants must attend both 1st and 2nd sessions. The date for the 2nd session is soon to be announced.BOOK IT!
Sunday 10.15am 13/01/19
Address: 1/858 Hampton St
Canine Body Language & CommunicationHow well do you know your dog? Do you know what it means if it scratches itself behind the ear, yawns, squints or sits with its back turned towards you? Do you still think a wagging tale means happy? This workshop will open your eyes to all the ways that dogs use sign language to communicate with each other -AND TO YOU! (Please do bring your dog for demonstration purposes, unless it's easily over-excitable)BOOK IT!
Is your dog struggling to interact with children? Are your children struggling to interact with puppies/ dogs? This workshop teaches 5-10yo children how to be savvy around dogs and create happy play for both parties. All children and dogs must be accompanied by an adult . Childfree owners with child-shy dogs are welcome to attend for free (but let us know if you are coming).
Sunday 9am 16/12/2018
Bentleigh Scout Hall, 21 Patterson Rd
BOOK IT!
Are you aware that dogs are highly allergic to raisins, onions and lilies? Do you know how to check if your dog is overheating and what to do if it happens? The big Christmas buffets, the hot weather, the holiday car trips and the NYE fireworks alll pose a challenge and potentially a hazard to your dog. This lecture will get you well informed and prepared for every situation. This lecture is just for you, so please leave your pooch at home.
Sunday 10.30am 16/12/18
Address: 1/858 Hampton St
BOOK IT!
Discover the bliss of walking your dog without being pulled down the street or having to yank at its neck. This method takes a little practice, so the workshop stretches over two sessions. For the full benefit, attendants must attend both 1st and 2nd sessions. The date for the 2nd session is soon to be announced.
Sunday 9am 13/01/19
Archer Court
BOOK IT!
How well do you know your dog? Do you know what it means if it scratches itself behind the ear, yawns, squints or sits with its back turned towards you? Do you still think a wagging tale means happy? This workshop will open your eyes to all the ways that dogs use sign language to communicate with each other -AND TO YOU! (Please do bring your dog for demonstration purposes, unless it's easily over-excitable)
Sunday 10.15am 13/01/19
Address: 1/858 Hampton St
BOOK IT!

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  • A True Pack Leader’s House Rules

    A True Pack Leader’s House Rules

    Make your life at home blissful with a few handy house rules that your dog will instinctively recognise as signs of your competence as a pack leader. Essential class if your dog just won't listen or if you are a new dog owner. NOTE: For dogs that spend time inside the house.

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    Recall / Come Back

    Recall / Come Back

    Teach your dog to respond to your call, even whilst playing with other dogs in the park. Yes, it’s possible!

  • How To Deal With A Canine Teenager

    How To Deal With A Canine Teenager

    Stop, breathe, count to 10. Then come to class. We will teach you how to be one step ahead of your dog’s games and come out as a deserving winner.

  • Basic Obedience Essentials

    Basic Obedience Essentials

    If your dog is easily over excited, struggles to focus around other dogs or simply refuses to listen to you, then start afresh here.

  • Greeting Visitors Politely

    Greeting Visitors Politely

    It shouldn't be your dog's job to frisk people when they enter your house. Stop your dog from jumping on visitors, by teaching it to stay back and let you do the greetings.

  • Bang Bang! Play Dead & Other Tricks

    Bang Bang! Play Dead & Other Tricks

    Tricks are for more than just fun; they provide unique mind stimulation for your dog. Trick training also builds your dog’s respect and obedience through the dynamic of repeatedly following your instructions.

  • Separation Anxiety

    Separation Anxiety

    Barking, destruction and escaping are all typical symptoms of separation anxiety. Learn how to address the root of the problem so that the symptoms will go away and stay away.

  • Obedience when Out & About

    Obedience when Out & About

    Struggling to get your dog to listen and perform commands in the dog park? This is a great opportunity to bring your dog’s obedience up to a new level and practice under distracting circumstances.

  • Jack Russell

    Ball Obsession & Ball Stealing

    Ball Obsession & Ball Stealing

    Does your dog only have eyes for the ball and has it lost interest in playing with other dogs? Ball obsession often leads to problems with ball stealing, poor recall response and even aggression. Learn how to get the game under your control.

  • Slack Leash Walking 1 & 2

    Slack Leash Walking 1 & 2

    Discover the bliss of walking your dog without being pulled down the street or having to yank at its neck. This method takes a little practice, so the workshop stretches over two sessions. For the full benefit, attendants must be able to attend both classes.

  • Off-Leash Road Safety

    Off-Leash Road Safety

    Teach your dog not to run across the road, when they spot another dog or even when chasing a ball.

  • No Jumping on People

    No Jumping on People

    It's hard to train a dog from jumping on people without the help of a decoy. In this class, we will help each other by posing as bait and change your dog’s routine when greeting strangers.