CKC & CARO Rally
ally is a enjoyable obedience sport that helps to develop a strong bond and working relationship with your dog. If you want a fun hobby with your dog, rally is for you! There are levels from beginner through to advanced. You could have a goal of entering shows to become the top rally team in Canada, or just as a social training outlet for you and your dog
In this competition the handler and dog complete a course made of various stations that each have an activity the dog and handler team must complete. There are two styles of Rally in Canada – CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) and CARO (Canadian Associate of Rally Obedience).
We encourage our students to train in either CKC or CARO Rally. You can compete with mixed breeds in both CARO and CKC Rally. Our CARO and CKC Rally classes are TAUGHT BY CERTIFIED JUDGES, at many training schools the instructors haven’t even trained OR competed with their own dogs in these sports! Come train with the best at a state of the art facility!
CKC & CARO Rally Class Information
Length: 6 Weeks – 1 hour class
Class Size: max. 8 per class
Price: $165.00 + GST
Please Note: Aggressive or reactive dogs not suitable for group classes
CKC & CARO Rally Class Schedule
|Rally Novice||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||5:30 pm||Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 16, 23 2017 (no classes Oct. 9th Thanksgiving)|
|Rally Int/Adv||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||4:00 pm||Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 16, 23 2017|
|Rally Int/Adv||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||6:30 pm||Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 16, 23 2017|
|Rally Advanced FULL||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||7:30 pm||Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 16, 23 2017 FULL|
Rally – In Progress Classes
These classes are no longer open for registration but we leave them posted on the website so students can check class times and dates.
|Rally Novice||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||5:30 pm||May 15, 29, Jun, 5, 12, 19, 26, 2017 Please note: No Class May 22, 2017|
|Rally Int/Adv||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||4:00 pm||May 15, 29, Jun, 5, 12, 19, 26, 2017 Please note: No Class May 22, 2017 FULL CLASS|
|Rally Int/Adv||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||6:30 pm||May 15, 29, Jun, 5, 12, 19, 26, 2017 Please note: No Class May 22, 2017|
|Rally Advanced||Lâle Aksu||Mondays||7:30 pm||May 15, 29, Jun, 5, 12, 19, 26, 2017 Please note: No Class May 22, 2017 FULL CLASS|
A Comparison of CKC & CARO Rally
The following table gives a brief overview of the differences between CKC & CARO Rally. Both are a lot of fun to compete in and compliment each other. Note: that CKC now allows mixed breeds to compete.
Positive Training Methodology
TNT Training teaches using positive reinforcement and motivational methods. To help your dog understand what we are trying to teach them, we use food rewards. This method of teaching is proven to accelerate the learning process for dogs. The alternative to positive training, is to use compulsion and adversive methods and this type of training is not only old-fashioned and highly outdated, but also produces dogs that work out of fear and not because they “want” to. At TNT we want both yourselves AND your dogs to enjoy the learning and training process.
|CKC Rally Obedience||CARO Rally Obedience|
|Mixed breeds are welcome to compete as of 2014||Mixed breeds are welcome to compete|
|Scored out of a possible 100 points – 70 points required to pass||Scored out of a possible 200 points – 170 required to pass|
|Does not allow disabled dogs to compete but does allow disabled handlers.||CARO allows both disabled handlers and disabled dogs to compete. Modifications of the course for both handler and dog are permitted, at the judge’s discretion.|
|In the CKC style of Rally O there is no time limit to complete the course||In the CARO style of Rally O there is a time limit to complete the course|
|Does not permit food in the ring||May give a food reward in-between exercise|
|Dogs must wear a collar||Dogs are allowed to wear either a collar or a harness|
|CKC Rally rules do not specify the distance a handler must run from the side of a jump||CARO Rally O does specify the distance a handler must run from the side of a jump|
|In CKC Rally O, the dog is called to heel position after the handler makes the turn||In CARO Rally O, the dog moves along with the handler after the turn|