Originally devised by Charles L. "Bud" Kramer, Rally Obedience is a form of dog obedience with a twist -
a total focus on fun and excitement for the dog, handler and spectator.
Dog and handler teams follow a set course, performing the exercise indicated by 10-20 consecutive signs.
Signs are numbered to indicate the course the handler and dog take during the performance.
There is a lot of variety with each rally course. And rally is different than Obedience in that handlers may talk
to their dogs, praise them, and give them needed verbal commands.
Handlers can even use hand signals, point and in Novice and Advanced, clap and snap their fingers at anytime
and as often as the handler needs. And it's not only allowed, but encouraged - making it a really fun sport!
Start at your campsite, walk past the
office, down into the valley, past the Agility Field and the
Private Dog Park
and stop by our exclusive Rally-O Course for a fun time with
Just another good reason to visit Four