At CCSC, we believe that training your dog is a lifelong endeavor, not a one-time class. All of our classes ask that trainers (that would be you, not us) work with their dogs on a regular basis, and some classes have a specific training pre-requisite.
The easiest way to train on a regular basis is through a CCSC Building Membership. Your building membership offers many privileges. Members get a key card, which they can use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to access the building and all equipment. No need to purchase your own dogwalk or obedience jumps, members can use ours. Members also get to store a crate at the building.
- Monthly, $60. $50 for six weeks if enrolled in a concurrent class.
- 6 Months prepaid, $330 ($360 value)
- Annual prepaid, $660 ($720 value)
Building Member Guidelines
- Classes and shows take priority. Sometimes, however, there are empty rings available even when classes are going on. Check the schedule. If a class setup is marked in the agility or rally ring, do not move it.
- Respect others. If several members are trying to use the same ring in off hours, trade off and help each other.
- No Smoking. There is no smoking on CCSC grounds. You may smoke inside your vehicle as long as you extinguish and discard all smoking materials within the vehicle.
- If you move it, put it back. If you make a mess, clean it up. If you turned it on, turn it back off. If you break it, own up and take responsibility.
- Do not leave food/treats in the building overnight. Mice have been an issue.
- No ex-pens without express permission.
- Keep your crate area clean!
- Do not leave your dog at the building unattended.
- No equipment is allowed to be removed from the building.
- Do not use the agility equipment if you are not and have never been enrolled in an agility class. You could badly scare and/or injure your dog!
- No children on/in the agility equipment! The equipment is not made for children. CCSC is not liable for any injuries incurred, and parents may be liable for replacement costs of any equipment damaged.
- Be safe. If working alone, it’s strongly advised that you leave the outer doors locked and keep your keycard and cell phone handy.
- LOCK UP. Make sure all lights and fans are OFF. Do not assume that because a car is in the parking lot, someone else is there. Sometimes people carpool to shows and leave cars in the lot. If you do not see someone, lock it.