Rally Class Sign-Up Information

How To Sign Up:

  • Sign up in person the first night of class. We do not offer online sign up. Bring your dog to class the first night to sign up.
  • Sign up and classes are held at the West Jordan Utah National Guard Armory, 7602 So. Airport Road, West Jordan, UT *Click For Directions*. Entry for sign up and all classes will be on the South side of the building which is west side of the road.
  • All classes are 8 week courses.
  • Please bring your vaccination record for your dog that will be attending classes.
  • Class Fees/Prices below are listed per dog.
  • Club members will need to have a current Semi-Annual Self-Certification form turned in, to determine the cost of the class.
  • Competitive Classes require dogs to have their Canine Good Citizen (CGC) or equivalent testing, because of the advanced training and some dogs maybe off lead. Conformation and Trick Class is the exception to the rule.¬†

Class Times:

  • Novice Rally – *NEW TIME* 8:00pm – Sign up July 2, 2024 @ 8:00 pm
  • Advanced Rally – 7:00pm – Advanced Rally is for anyone who has completed Novice Rally & interested in competing.
First Class Second Class Same Dog Multiple Dogs Same Household
Non-Club Members $100 $90 $90
Military Active/Veteran $80 $70 $70
Law Enforcement Active or Retired $80 $70 $70
First Responders $80 $70 $70
Club Member In Good Standing Without An Active Self-Certification Half price Half Price Half Price
Club Member In Good Standing With A Qualifying Active Self-Certification No Cost No Cost No Cost

Please visit the Available Classes section in the menu bar for details on each class.

If you have any questions about training classes please contact us at 385-256-4097, leave a message and one of our training directors will return your call.

All dogs are invited to train with and join the Great Salt Lake Dog Training Club.

This club is a not for profit organization dedicated to helping the general public train their dogs to be good citizens. We focus on promoting responsible dog ownership and participation in activities with dogs.

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