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  • Workshop: "All I Really Need to Do Agility is a Dog and a Leash" with Jacky Mento

    Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014  --  K9JYM Agility instructor, Jacky Mento, offers this fantastic workshop on what you need to know about your first dog agility competition. This 2-hour discussion (no dogs, please), will focus on entering and competing in dog agility. Discussion will include: The venues and rules How to Enter What to take What to do when you arrive When its your turn . . . Trial Etiquette.  DATE: Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014 TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM COST:  $20.00WHO:  Open to ALL (NO Dogs Please!) REGISTRATION:  Click HERE ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Jackie Mento Jacky Mento, BS, CPDT-KA.  With a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science from Delaware Valley College, Jacky started her career working with large farm animals and transitioned into dog training where she has been active for the past 25 years.  Jacky has titled dogs of various breeds in conformation, obedience, agility, rally-o and freestyle.  She has recently earned Certified Pet D ...

  • A New Time to Get Sniffin!

    Evening Nose Work classes return from hiatus this fall - on an ALL NEW NIGHT - starting Monday, Oct. 6th.  The next Daytime Nose Work session starts Wednesday, Oct. 29th. What is Nose Work you ask? Nose Work is one of the fastest growing new canine sports.  Similar to how detection dogs who find drugs or bombs, Nose Work dogs use their nose to search for essential oils (such as Birch, Anise, & Clove) in four types of conditions (elements): Containers, Interiors, Exteriors, and Vehicles. Searches must be completed under time. While the dog does all the searching, it is the handler who must accurately tell the judge where the odor (or hide) is hidden. The type and number of essential oils you will teach your dog to find will depend upon which venue you later wish to trial under.  Most detection dogs are taught to find a minimum of 7-9 different types of drugs.  Most Nose Work venues have 3-6 odors, often starting with a one essential oil for their Level 1, and ...

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    OKTOBERFEST DEMO SAT. OCT 18 - Advanced Registration Required

    OKTOBERFEST DEMO 10AM-5PM / FREE Must register by Oct 3. Come celebrate fall with K9JYM at Oktoberfest! K9JYM is inviting ten dog and handler teams to participate in our demos on 10/18 in Lower Gwynedd. In return you will receive one free admission (worth $25) to this event.  We're looking for teams to join our demos for agility, ball herding, or disc dog.  Plus, you can enjoy all the fun activities planned for the Fest. There is a limit of ten free participants, so registration will be first come, first served. To Register: Click Here (This link only works once you click "Read More" and go to the next page.)   ...

  • Lots and lots of Agility!

    We’re gearing up for lots of Agility trials this fall. Most are currently accepting entries. From small to tall and beginners on up we have something for everyone. If you are new to agility trials consider registering for Jacky Mento’s workshop on Oct. 3. Also, if you are new to trialing we recommend entering Nursery Classes at any of our UKI trials.   Upcoming Agility Trials:   CPE – Nov. 22-23 (Rocky Creek) CPE – Dec. 27-28 (Rocky Creek) UKI – Dec. 15 UKI – Dec. 31 (with New Years Celebration) ...

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Welcome to K9JYM Indoor Dog Training and Sports Center

K9JYM is the largest indoor dog training center for canine sports in the region. Our 18,000 square foot facility provides the ideal environment for training, exercising, and having a great time with your dog  in a fun, safe, & exciting indoor gym.

We offer dog training classes in: Pet & Puppy Obedience, Agility, Rally-Obedience, Flyball, Weight Pull, Ball Herding (Treibball), Disc Dog, Nosework, Competition Obedience & Utility, Show Handling for the Breed Ring, Clicks and Tricks, Puppy Social Hour, and more. Whether you're looking for a fun way to exercise and spend time with your dog or you're interested in competition, we have something for everyone.  Our pet and puppy classes will help your pet become a well-adjusted member of the family, and our sport classes offer a great way to exercise your dog and keep his mind active.

It is our mission as members of the APDT to advocate positive training techniques and a mutual respect between Handler & Dog. Conveniently located on Route 309/Bethlehem Pike in Colmar Pennsylvania we are just a 30 minute drive from Philadelphia and easily accessed from Bucks,  Montgomery, and Lehigh Counties.

While we offer many opportunities and activities for dogs and their owners, we are NOT an indoor dog park where dogs are permitted to run loose and socialize at the dogs' leisure.

Upcoming Events Upcoming Events, Workshops, & Trials

Workshop: All I Really Need to Do Agility is a Dog and a Leash
10-02-2014 6:30 pm
TDAA Trial - Judge: Joyce Yaccarino
10-11-2014 8:00 am
K9JYM Indoor Dog Sports All Breed Obedience Match
10-26-2014 12:00 am
Rocky Creek's CPE Agility Trial
11-22-2014 12:00 am
Rocky Creek's CPE Agility Trial
12-27-2014 12:00 am

Featured Classes A few of our upcoming classes

Workshop: All I Really Need to Do Agility is a Dog and a Leash
10-02-2014 6:30 pm
Nosework III: Elements - Mo 10/6
10-06-2014 6:00 pm
Nosework I: Intro to Odor - Mo 10/6
10-06-2014 7:15 pm
Oktoberfest Demo: Sa 10/18/14
10-18-2014 10:00 am
Confidence Building: Tu 11/4
11-04-2014 7:15 pm
Creating Calm for the Feisty Fido: Fr 1/9
01-09-2015 7:00 pm