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Public Course

Find below the classes available to Club members and the general public.

Note that the schedule is only for references and that last minute changes can occur.



Agility, both a game and a sport, is an exciting activity practiced by men and women of all ages. It is accessible to almost all dogs, regardless of size or race.

Agility is a sort of obstacle race in which the handler must guide his dog on a course composed of the following different obstacles: fence, bridge, swing, table, tire, slalom, chute, tunnels and various jumps in the order said, without committing mistake and the specified time.

Courses Foundation / Initiation, Agility 1, Agility 2 and Pre-Novice classes are open to both members and non-members. Novice, Intermediate and Expert are reserved for members


This class is for a team in which at least one member has never pracitce Agility before. It requires no prerequisite, but a minimum of control (on leash) is required. The dog must be at least 6 months of age. This course is an introduction to most of the agility obstacles and to various basic exercises that are practiced without obstacles, but very useful on a course. Learning primarily occurs through play and to improve the dog's autonomy in executing the obstacles.


This course is for dog teams who have successfully completed the course Introduction / Foundation or equivalent. The handler must be able to control his dog off leash. This course includes the development of exercises and obstacles seen in Initiation and an introduction of the remaining obstacles... In addition to learning to run the obstacles, the focus, autonomy, recalls and leash control work will be strengthened through various games and mini obstacle sequences.


This course is for dog teams who have successfully completed the course Agility 1 or equivalent. This course includes the development of new exercises and obstacles seen in Agility 1, as well as the introduction to remote working and the basic handling while continuing control work off leash, focus and execution autonomy.


This course is for dog teams who have successfully completed the course Agility 2 or equivalent. The dog must be comfortable in the performance of all obstacles. This course consists mainly of complete runs. It brings precision and development, various handlings, remote working and obstacle discrimination. At the end of this program you will be able to complete runs and, for those who wish, start in the world of competition.


The teams will learn new and more complex handling techniques that will help them improve their performance in competition. The execution of the obstacles as well as control of the dog must have be acquired, as these classes focus on handling complete runs that are increasingly complex.


Our obedience courses are aimed at people who want to establish, with their canine companion, a beautiful bond and a harmonious relationship based on solid foundations. Our instructors will guide you in educating your dog in good manners and in learning the various basic exercises for having a well-educated dog. Obedience classes are also an opportunity to multiply the privileged moments during which you get to know each other and develop a working relationship based on trust and pleasure. Our courses are based on positive reinforcement and the development of a relationship of trust between you and your dog.

*** Please note that group lessons are aimed at teaching basic obedience concepts. These courses are not the places to deal with behavioral issues. If your dog exhibits behaviors marked by fear or anxiety and aggressiveness / reactivity towards other dogs or people, we kindly ask you to communicate with us before registering your dog in one of our courses. It will be our pleasure to discuss the situation with you in order to assess whether this course can be beneficial for you and your dog. It will be our pleasure to guide you to resources that can help you, if necessary.


Our kindergarten class focuses on socializing the puppy. This crucial time for your puppy is well worth the investment and will offer him the opportunity to become a confident and balanced adult. A well socialized dog will have a better ability to adapt and will be able to cope with the various situations he will encounter throughout his life.

Our kindergarten class will provide you with an ideal framework and context so that you can continue this socialization period with your companion. We will also discuss basic social and obedience skills such as: sitting, waiting, recalling, not touching, walking on a leash without pulling, accepting manipulation, etc.

The first course is a theoretical course in which we will explore the themes of biting, hopping, cleanliness, the use of the cage and we will take the opportunity to answer your questions.

Integrating good habits from the start will allow you to live a harmonious relationship with your dog.


The objective of this course is to bring the dog handler team to work in unison and in all complicity. Through various attention and focus exercises, we try to engage and keep the attention of his dog while gradually increasing the level of distraction. A portion of this course is dedicated to learning various fun tricks. As play is an important interaction between the handler and his dog, it helps to train and strengthen emotional ties while promoting learning in a playful and fun way. This course is a good base for people wishing to pursue obedience, agility or Rally-Obedience.


This course is for people who want to establish solid educational foundations and good habits in a spirit of collaboration with their canine companion. Our instructors will guide you in learning the attention exercises, the introduction to walking, recalling, waiting, sitting and lying in a group and approaching a stranger. This group course will allow your team to learn to work in distraction, an excellent exercise for everyday life. The right course for you to develop your training and education skills with your companion.


This course is intended for people who have successfully completed the base 1 course and who wish to further solidify the skills of base 1 while evoking the desire to collaborate with their companion. The introduction to leash-free work is put into practice. The exercises are gradually worked with increasing distance and distractions in order to perfect learning. A great opportunity to progress with your dog.


This course is intended for teams that have successfully completed the base 2 obedience course. Your dog must be comfortable in performing exercises with and without a leash. at the end of this course, the teams will be able to perform a prenovice class routine at competition level. These exercises are walking, lying and sitting, recalling and sitting for examination. The exercises are practiced in different sequences and in different aspects in order to work on the precision, the speed of execution and the motivation of the dog. This course is an excellent entry point for teams wishing to explore the world of canine competition.

Become a member of the Chomedey Dog Club

A person may apply to become a member of the Chomedey Kennel Club when they have reached the novice class in one of our disciplines. For an annual fee, members train weekly in their discipline, discover new disciplines at low cost, participate in the various fun-matches offered by the club and more. We encourage complicity, sharing and fun in training with our canine companions and if you want to continue developing your relationship while having fun with your dog, you are in the right place.


Conformation is a canine discipline that caters to purebred dogs, or registered, to get the championship compliance breed standard.

Conformation is primarily intended for the selection of the best breeders for a race, to improve the breed, but appeals equally to individuals who only want to get their dog's champion title.

As the dog must allow itself to be look up in detail by the judge, it is important to practice the dog to be examine from the “teeth to tail” without moving.

To this end, we offer evening conformation classes given by different people so the dog will get familiar with all kinds of personality.

Although this discipline requires less of a workout than other canines disciplines, it remains that a good symbiotic relationship must exist between the handler and the dog. The handler must learn to show the qualities of his dog and minimize it's defects.

Conformation is a beautiful discipline to share with our dog for all seasons.


Rally-O is a fun activity to practice with your dog. It is a mixture of agility and obedience. Throughout the course you need to have fun, because the happiness that your dog and yourself show, wins you points.

In this course you will learn the different signs that will ask you and your dog to do sits, turn left and run... Throughout the course you have the right to speak and encourage your dog, which is highly recommended.

As the level increases, so will the difficulty of the exercises. There is no judge who tells you what to do. It is a great challenge.

Come and enjoy!

Scent Detection trial

The Club Canin Chomedey is pleased to add as its offer of public courses the Scent Detection trial, a discipline now regulated by the Canadian Kennel Club, presented as follows:

«Scent Detection is a sport that is inspired by working detection dogs that locate a scent and communicate to the handler that the specific scent ha been found. Detection is done in a variety of environments and often during changing conditions that task the skill and concentration of the detection dog.

Scent detection is a positive, challenging activity that allows dogs to use their strongest natural sense in a way that builds and strengthens a foundation of trust between the handler and dog.

A scent detection event is a performance event, which provides a safe and fun activity that is open to all eligible all dogs and their owners. In order for a team to qualify, both the dog and handler must be working together as a team, and must be able to read each other's reactions. Communication and praise of the dog during the search are encouraged in a CKC scent detection event.»