AKC Trick Dog Program

We are accredited by the American Kennel Club to evaluate dogs to receive the AKC Trick Titles.  This is an official classification that is stored in your dog’s AKC information. The titles are awarded after the successful completion of specific dog tricks performed, evaluated, and approved in the presence of a certificated AKC evaluator.  As a certified AKC CGC evaluator, I am certified to perform this function.  There are multiple levels of the title that can be awarded.  Below is a partial list of some of the dog tricks approved by the AKC for the Novice Level:

 

  • Balance beam (walk on board a few inches off the floor)
  • Bark on cue (“Speak”)
  • Crawl (dot on belly, crawls at least 3 body lengths)
  • Fetch it (ball, etc. 10 ft. away, bring to handler within 2 ft)
  • Find it (find treat or scent item hidden under 1 cup or object)
  • Get your _______. (Leash, brush, name of toy)
  • Get in (gets in box)
  • Sits in box (on cue)
  • Get on (gets on low platform or step – 4 paws)
  • Hand signals (Choose one: down, sit, or come)
  • Shake hands
  • Spin in circle
  • High five
  • etc…

Our support package will allow us to evaluate your dog during the test.

 

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AKC Trick Dog Program

We are accredited by the American Kennel Club to evaluate dogs to receive the AKC Trick Titles.  This is an official classification that is stored in your dog’s AKC information. The titles are awarded after the successful completion of specific dog tricks performed, evaluated, and approved in the presence of a certificated AKC evaluator.  As a certified AKC CGC evaluator, I am certified to perform this function.  There are multiple levels of the title that can be awarded.  Below is a partial list of some of the dog tricks approved by the AKC for the Novice Level:

 

  • Balance beam (walk on board a few inches off the floor)
  • Bark on cue (“Speak”)
  • Crawl (dot on belly, crawls at least 3 body lengths)
  • Fetch it (ball, etc. 10 ft. away, bring to handler within 2 ft)
  • Find it (find treat or scent item hidden under 1 cup or object)
  • Get your _______. (Leash, brush, name of toy)
  • Get in (gets in box)
  • Sits in box (on cue)
  • Get on (gets on low platform or step – 4 paws)
  • Hand signals (Choose one: down, sit, or come)
  • Shake hands
  • Spin in circle
  • High five
  • etc…

Our support package will allow us to evaluate your dog during the test.