For the benefit of all participants, we cap our classes at 6 total dogs. Classes fill up quickly! Reserve your spot now!
VIP Club Members: $140
What's the VIP Club?
In the event of a waiting list, we recommend that you get on the waiting list AND register for a future class. Getting on the wait list does NOT guarantee you a spot in a future class. If a spot on the waiting list opens up, your payment for the future class will be transferred to the one you are on the wait list for.
Your dog must pass a Canine Good Citizen Evaluation or have specific approval by our instructor. Email us if you need special approval.
Class meets Monday evenings at 6pm, for 8 weeks. Pre-registration is required.
2019 Session Dates
Session 1, Jan 7 - Feb 25- FULL
Session 2, March 4 - April 22- FULL
Session 3, April 29 - June 24- FULL
Session 4, July 1 - Aug. 19- FULL
Session 5, Aug. 26 - Oct. 21
Session 6, October 28 - Dec. 16
TTK9 Training Center located at:
924 N. Parker Dr.
Janesville, WI 53545
What is Precision Rally?
Precision Rally-O is taught with the novice owner and seasoned exhibitor in mind!
We will teach you how to execute the Rally signs with precision and flair, all while having FUN! We take Rally to a whole new level and show you how to get the most flashy performance possible!
This class will prepare you for our next class, Rally-O Courses.
Read what AKC has to say about Rally:
AKC Rally® is a companion sport to AKC Obedience. Both require teamwork between dog and handler along with similar performance skills. Rally provides an excellent introduction to AKC Companion Events for new dogs and handlers and can provide a challenging opportunity for competitors in other events to strengthen their skills. The dog and handler team move at their own pace, very similar to rally-style auto racing. Rally was designed with the traditional pet owner in mind, but it can still be very challenging for those who enjoy higher levels of competition. A rally course includes 10 to 20 stations, depending on the level. Scoring is not as rigorous as traditional obedience. Communication from the handler to the dog is encouraged and perfect heel position is not required, but there should be a sense of teamwork and enthusiasm as they go through the course.