Ideal Dogs of Australia
Teach your dog to be a well-behaved and respectable member of the community, and learn about responsible dog ownership.
The Ideal Dogs of Australia Course allows you and your dog to work in a relaxed environment and sets you up for success.
Class times: 10:30 - 11:15 Saturdays
Ongoing assessment of sound temperament to people and other dogs
Introduction to vet examination
Coming when called
Walking on a lead in a controlled manner and doing sit, stand and drop
Greeting another dog appropriately
Staying in one position for a short time
Being briefly separated from the handler and remaining calm
Responding to the handler when distractions are present e.g. cyclists
Moving through a "crowd" on lead
Walking through a gate way
Dogs who pass this accredited course may be eligible for a reduced council registration fee.
Handlers and puppies who have successfully completed The Kintala Puppy school may be invited to commence training in the Kintala Club classes, which incorporate the Ideal Dogs of Australia (IDA) course.
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.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange times for your introductory sessions.