Obedience

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The purpose of Obedience Trials is to demonstrate the usefulness of the dog as a companion of man, not merely to demonstrate the dog's ability to follow specified routines in the obedience ring. The primary objective of obedience is to produce dogs that have been trained and conditioned to behave in the home, in public places, and in the presence of other dogs. It is also essential that the dog demonstrate a willingness and an enjoyment of it's work.

Any dog 6 months or older, purebred or mixed breed registered with AKC may participate.​​


ICCKC holds 2 standalone, 2-day Obedience/Rally trials each year, one in the first weekend of March, the second in the 1st weekend of November.

These are popular trials with only one ring, making it a quieter venue ,and limited entries, so these trials tend to fill very quickly.