The Kintala Club

The Kintala Club offers training and socialisation for dogs of all ages, using positive and motivational methods.

Christmas Greetings to all our Kintala Family

We are fast approaching the end of 2020 and look forward to 2021 when we can recommence a lot of our favourite activities including training our dogs.

We propose that the Kintala training for current members and new puppies recommences on the first Saturday of February 2021

The committee is aware that our dogs will not have seen the other members and dogs for almost a year so we will organise different areas for members to assemble (near a witches hat or a circle) and allocated instructors will take members for a walk and do some training in small groups for the first few weeks till everyone is accustomed to training again

The instructors and committee wished everyone a happy and safe Christmas and New Year and look forward to seeing everyone and catching up with stories in February.

Cheers Diane.

Joining the Kintala Club

If your dog has not previously trained with the Kintala Puppy School, we ask that you contact a Kintala approved instructor for preliminary training and initial introductory sessions to ensure that your dog can learn well in our off lead environment.

Handlers and dogs who have satisfactorily completed Kintala puppy school maybe invited to be members of the Kintala Club.

Kintala Puppy School

Training and socialisation for puppies aged 8 to 14 weeks.

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Club Membership and the Ideal Dogs of Australia

Become a club member and train your dog in a class environment which includes all aspects of IDA.

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Club Membership

Ongoing socialisation and training, from basic to advanced.

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Contact Us

For enquiries and enrolments. Please include your phone number and suburb or location.

admin@kintala.com.au

About the Kintala Club

The Kintala Club was founded by David Weston, a pioneer of dog training based on positive reinforcement.

Learn more about Kintala, our training methods, our emphasis on socialisation, and the club's history.