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(All classes run for six weeks unless otherwise specified)

2022 Kenai Kennel Club Current Class Schedule:  

Start Date 


Weekly Class


Monday 7th6:00 pm Week 1: Family Dog Class - Instructor Lauri Shields
Tuesdays6:00 pm Week 1:  Puppy K - Instructor Garnet Sarks through Dec. 6th
Friday 7th5.00 p.m. Fridays:Level 1, Intro to Agility Handling - Instructor Mandy Best
Fridays6:30 pm Fridays: Level 2 Competition Handling - Instructor Mandy Best
Saturdays 10:00 am Saturday: Intermediate Agility - Instructor Nancy Condon
Saturdays11:30 am Saturday: Beginning Agility - Instructor Nancy Condon
Saturdays 2:00 pm  Saturday: Intro to Agility Contacts & Weaves - Instructor Mandy Best
Saturdays 3:00 pm Saturday:  Advanced Contacts & Weaves - Instructor Mandy Best
SundaysN/A Sunday: Agility will start back up January 8th, 2023
SundaysN/A Sunday: Agility will start back up January 8th, 2023
SundaysN/A Show & Go will start back up January 8th, 2023

If you are interested in registering for any of our training classes,
please scroll down for our Instructors' Contact Information. 

Check the Calendar below for possible last minute unforeseen changes 



(General Membership Meeting)

New Students - Please Read:

Drop-in students are welcome for Conformation classes ($10.00 per week)
We also offer punch cards for drop-in classes for your convenience


If you are interested in registering for any of our training classes, or have specific questions about a class, please scroll down for our Instructors' Contact Information.

Note: Plan to arrive about 10-15 minutes early the first week of each new session to register. For your convenience, you may read, print and sign our "Release and Waiver of Liability" form and bring it to sign up. Payment can either me made on the day of registration or if you prefer, there is the option to pay by PayPal (see bottom of the page).  Click HERE to pay via PayPal

Remember to bring proof that your dog's shot records are current and treats for training.

Keep your dog's toenails clipped REGULARLY to prevent damage to our special flooring! If you need help, ask your instructor or you can take your dog to a local groomer who will clip them for a nominal fee.

A dog that has been adopted from one of our local animal shelters is eligible for one session of obedience classes at a 50% discount. Please bring proof of adoption and/or the certificate you received from the shelter to sign up.

Thank You!

Puppy Kindergarten:

Masks are optional for this class

This is a class using positive reinforcement to give your puppy a jump-start learning good manners, beginning obedience and socialization skills. For Please go to our "Puppy Kindergarten" page for more details about the class and requirements.

Starting Tuesday, November 1st

Puppy 1 starts at 6 pm

Class will be limited to 8 puppies 

All puppies must be up to date on vaccinations.
Minimum age is 12 Weeks with proof of 2 shots

For additional information, see our Puppy Kindergarten page
MUST contact Garnet at 907-252-2848 to pre-register - Text or Call

Family Dog Class

Masks are optional for this class

New classes will be starting:  Monday, November 7th at 6:00 pm

Contact: shieldslauri@gmail.com for information & to register

This class will work on Basic Obedience and control, to include
walking on a loose leash, sit, down, stand, stay & come when called.


A handling class to train owners and their dogs in preparation for dog shows. This class is geared towards purebred dogs. Assistance for Junior Handling is also available. 

Masks are optional for this class

Drop in Show & Go will resume January 8th, 2023

$10 per Handler


Agility is lots of fun for both the dogs and their owners. The dogs love it. It involves going over various obstacles, through tunnels and over jumps.

Be sure to contact our instructors if you have any questions:

Masks are optional in some classes - at the discretion of the instructor and/or students

NOTE:  Dogs need to have basic obedience skills (sit, down, stay, coming when called and being controlled on a leash). Proof of a current vaccinations and be at least 6 months old.



Level 1: Intro to Agility Handling from 5:00 pm-6:30 pm
Level 2: Competition Handling from 6:30-8:00 pm

Text Mandy for more information and to register: 907-398-3902



Intermediate Agility - 10:00 am

Beginning Agility - 11:30 am
(For handlers and dogs learning to work as a team through each obstacle and, eventually, short sequences.
Dogs should be 6 months and older

Dogs need to have basic obedience skills (sit, down, stay, coming when called and being controlled on a leash). 
 Classes are taught in six-week continuous sessions ($100) 

Email Nancy Condon at ncondon@acsalaska.net for more information and to Pre-Register

Intro to Contacts & Weaves - 2:00 to 3:00 pm
Advanced - 3:00 to 4:00 pm

Text Mandy for more information and to register: 907-398-3902


   Sunday Agility Classes:  Last class of the year will be November 20th 
Will be resuming in January

Text Laura at 907-252-8280 for more Information

Please check the Club Calendar for skipped weekends due to trials

Canine Good Citizen (CGC)

CGC is a certification program that is designed to reward dogs who have good manners at home and in the community.   The Canine Good Citizen Program is a two-part program that stresses responsible pet ownership for owners and basic good manners for dogs.  All dogs who pass the 10-step CGC test may receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club.

Dogs do not have to be purebred to take the CGC test. More details about the test can be found on our “Canine Good Citizen” link.  Please read our Canine Good Citizen page for more details.

Next CGC Class TBA


Rally is a sport in which the dog and handler complete a course that has been designed by the rally judge. The judge tells the handler to begin, and the dog and handler proceed at their own pace through a course of designated stations (10 - 20, depending on the level). Each of these stations has a sign providing instructions regarding the next skill that is to be performed. Scoring is not as rigorous as traditional obedience.

Next Rally Class TBA


AKC new titles for: Trick Dog and Virtual Home Manners. 
The Novice Trick Dog test requires the dog to perform 10 tricks but a CGC title counts as five (at Novice level). Dogs with a CGC can quickly move on and work at the Intermediate title. 

This is an introductory class so no prior experience is necessary, but it would be beneficial if the dogs already know basics like sit, down and work on a flat collar and leash.

NOTE: Melody is available to do "virtual testing" for your Trick Dog title and/or Virtual Home Manners

Please Contact her directly by Emailing: aknewberrys@gmail.com

Information about Trick Dog tricks can be found at http://www.akc.org/about-trick-dog/

Information about Virtual Home Manners: Virtual Home Manners – American Kennel Club (akc.org)

For further information contact the club at kenaikennelclub@gmail.com


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