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Scent Hurdling

Scent hurdling is partly about obedience, and partly about speed. It’s similar to flyball in that it’s a four-dog team event, a relay race up and back over a line of small hurdles. However, the object of each dog’s attention at the end of the course is not a spring-loaded box that spits out tennis balls, but a board on which are placed four identical dumbbells, one of which carries his handler’s scent. The dog must sniff out the right dumbbell, pick it up, and bring it back over the jumps. Good scent-hurdle dogs are both fast and accurate, and as enthusiastic about their game as flyball specialists are about theirs.

Schutzhund Trials

Schutzhund is a three-tiered sport involving obedience, tracking and protection work. It began in Germany as a working and temperament test for German Shepherd Dogs, but expanded to include the many other breeds typically used as protection dogs, and is now (in North America at least) open to all breeds capable of performing the exercises, which are demanding, especially at the advanced levels. All three parts of the test are conducted in a large, open field rather than in a small ring or arena. Dogs must demonstrate steadiness when a gun is fired. The protection work may seem to be the most exciting part of the sport, but tracking and obedience are essential aspects of an integrated whole

Sled Dog Tests

Who says that hockey is Canada’s only national sport? You don’t have to move indoors in the winter to enjoy working with your dog: you can hitch him to a sled and take to the snow. What’s more, you don’t need a large team – one or two dogs are enough – and while the Northern breeds, such as Siberian Huskies or Alaskan Malamutes, are the traditional mainstays of the sport, dogs of many breeds can and do excel as sled dogs. Many people are content to enjoy recreational sledding, but racing at both sprint and long distances is fun and extremely popular, and sled-dog titles can be earned by building up mileage in accredited races.

Water Rescues

That the Newfoundland Dog possesses a unique instinct and talent for saving lives has been recognized for many years, and the remarkable achievements of this gentle giant have been well documented. The breed was developed to work in the water, and the water-rescue test was devised to promote and preserve these rescue skills. At present, only Newfoundlands may compete. Junior- and advanced-level tests are offered, and the various required exercises include retrieving from shore and from a boat, towing a boat, retrieving underwater.

Rat Sports

Rat sports are based on hunting skills and teamwork. Historically, vermin hunters and their dogs offered their services to farmers, hunting vermin and helping to maintain and preserve their food and grain supplies while also protecting their families from disease. The dogs were expected to find vermin in both fields, buildings and in their underground burrows. The sport promotes teamwork between a dog that must track and indicate the presence of vermin in a given environment, and the ability and effectiveness of the handler in reading their dog. All done with respect, and with the welfare and animal participants' safety in mind.

Therapy Dog

The Therapy Dog Programme recognizes dogs and owners who volunteer their time to help others. Dog and owner work together, sharing their bond and inviting those around them to benefit from the affection and friendship of a dog. By visiting schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and other venues, therapy dogs and their owners enrich the lives of individuals and create an enhanced sense of community. In order to qualify for CKC certification, your dog must have received a title through one of CKC’s approved Therapy Dog organizations. The primary objective of Therapy Dogs is to bring smiles and a sense of well-being to everyone whose lives they touch. 

Ottawa Humane Society
Brightening Lives Animal Visit Program
245 West Hunt Club Rd.
Ottawa Ontario
K2E 1A6
Central Alberta Humane Society
K9 Community Outreach Program
4505 77th Street
Red Deer , Alberta
T4J 2J1
Zachary’s Paws for Healing
112 Jarden Road
Dunville Ontario
N1A 2W4
BC Pets and Friends
60 Semisch Avenue
North Vancouver, BC
V7M 3H8
PALS Pet Access League Society
3019-21 Street NE
Calgary, Alberta
T2E 7T1
River Valley Obedience & Field Trial Club Inc.
P.O. Box 3216 Stn B
Fredericton NB
E3A 5G9
Pacific Animal Therapy Society
550-2950 Douglas Street
Victoria, BC
V8T 4N4
Alliance of Therapy Dogs
P.O. Box 20227
Cheyenne WY
Pet Partners
345 118th Ave SE Suite 200
Bellevue, WA
Therapeutic Paws of Canada
2886 Front Road
Hawkesbury Ontario
K6A 2R2
St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs Canada    
1900 City Park Drive
Suite 400
Ottawa Ontario
K1J 1A3
Vancouver ecoVillage
99900 SQ 450 601, RPO Denman Place
Vancouver BC
M9V 1P4
Ottawa Therapy Dogs
99-1568 Merivale Road
Suite 369
Ottawa Ontario
K2G 5Y7
PAWS for People
193 Sommer Way

Ft McMurray Alberta
T9H 5B4
Imagine Therapy Dogs
5295 Westmore Avenue
Montreal QC 
H4V 1Z6
Caring Canines PEI
2653 North York River Road
Miltonvale Park
Charlottetown, PEI
C1E 0T8


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