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CFVT

Testing & Certificates

Service Dog Trainer

Areas of Expertise

CFVT offers a wide variety of training classes for obedience, rally, as well as canine conditioning, FIT dog, trick, water therapy, and dock dog. All dogs and their owners are welcome to train with us! We help purebred and the beloved mixed breed, from the house pet to the show dog. There are many activities for the beginner to advance, in which all dogs and their owners can participate.
Testing and Certificates

UKC SPOT DOG | $20.00 Test

How It Works

Attend one of CFVT testing. The SPOT test is, first and foremost, an evaluation of a dog’s ability to handle common, everyday situations, and the owner’s ability to control and respond to their dog appropriately in a variety of situations. The mental image that each dog should be compared to when evaluating is that of a polite, relaxed and happy dog, with a relaxed owner who is confident in their ability to control and interact with the dog in a natural everyday way. The SPOT test was designed and created for all dog owners, new and experienced alike. The founding principle of this test is to teach and promote responsible dog ownership. The SPOT program is open to all dogs, purebred and mixed breeds. Dogs do not need to be UKC registered or have any UKC listing number in order to participate. The test consists of 10 stations. There are four possible rankings for each station; you will find the minimum requirements for each ranking following the station description. As a SPOT Evaluator, you must rate all dogs to the same standard, regardless of age, breed, or sex. The rating categories are Outstanding, Super, Good, and Needs More Practice. View SPOT Test Video

AKC STAR Puppy | Provided with 6-week Puppy Class

How It Works

Attend our AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy class for 6 weeks or join one of CFVT public test . Your instructor will administer the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy test at the end of the course. Upon passing the test, you’ll get an application to send to AKC for enrollment in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Program. All dogs are welcome to participate in the program including purebreds and mixed breeds. Your puppy will receive the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Medal (for display or memento purposes; not suitable as a collar tag). You and your puppy will be listed in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy records. In addition, so that you can continue learning, you’ll receive AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy package that includes: A beautiful, frameable certificate designating your puppy is in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy records at AKC and ongoing Monthly Email Newsletter: Your AKC. This includes training tips and up-to-date information every dog owner needs to know. CFVT want you and your puppy to continue learning beyond puppy classes. View STAR Puppy Video

AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) | Provided with 6-week class or $15.00 per test

How It Works

Attend one CFVT obedience classes for 6 weeks or join one of CFVT public test. Your instructor will administer the CGC test at the end of the course. Upon passing the test, you’ll get an application to send to AKC for a completed evaluation for AKC CGC TitleThe AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) program provides a perfect framework for training your dog to become a polite member of society. The 10 test items on the CGC test are practical, functional behaviors that every dog should have to be welcomed in the community. Attend our 6-week Basic obedience class. Your instructor will administer the AKC CGC test at the end of the course with no testing free. Upon passing the test, you’ll get an application to send to AKC for enrollment in the AKC CGC Program. All dogs are welcome to participate in the program including purebreds and mixed breeds. Your dog will receive a certificate from AKC and CGC listed after their name. If you and your dog is ready for the test and you already had a class else were, no problem we offer the test for $15.00 multiple times a year. CFVT want you and your puppy/dog to continue learning beyond basic obedience class.  View CGC Video 

AKC Community Canine (CGCA) | Provided with 6-week class or $15.00 per test

How It Works

Attend one CFVT obedience classes for 6 weeks or join one of CFVT public test. Your instructor will administer the CGCA test at the end of the course. Upon passing the test, you’ll get an application to send to AKC for a completed evaluation for AKC CGCA Title. AKC Community Canine is the advanced level of AKC’s Canine Good Citizen (CGC) program. As with CGC, AKC Community Canine has a 10-step test of skills that dogs must pass to earn the official AKC Community Canine title. This is a title that appears on the dog’s title record at AKC. While Canine Good Citizen tests are simulations of real world skills, (e.g., dog/handler walks through a “crowd” of evaluators in a ring), the goal of AKC Community Canine is to test the dog’s skills in a natural setting. For example, rather than the dog being tested in a ring, in AKC Community Canine, the “walks through a crowd” test item will involve the dog walking through a real crowd at a dog show, on a busy sidewalk, in a therapy dog setting, or at a training club. Attend our 6-week Beginner novice obedience class. Your instructor will administer the AKC CGCA test at the end of the course with no testing free. This is a title that appears on the dog’s title record at AKC. If you and your dog is ready for the test and you already had a class else were, no problem we offer the test for $15.00 multiple times a year. CFVT want you and your puppy/dog to continue learning beyond basic obedience class.   View CGCA Video 

AKC Urban Canine Good Citizen (CGCU) | Provided with 4-week class or $15.00 per test

How It Works

 

Attend CFVT out in public 4-week class or join one of CFVT public test. Your instructor will administer the CGCU test at the end of the course. Upon passing the test, you’ll get an application to send to AKC for a completed evaluation for AKC CGCU Title. AKC Urban CGC requires that the dog demonstrate CGC skills and beyond in a setting that includes traffic, crowds, noises, smells and other distractions that are present in a city or town. As with Canine Good Citizen, AKC Urban CGC is a 10-step test of skills that dogs must pass to earn the official AKC Urban CGC title. This is a title that appears on the dog’s title record at AKC. AKC Urban CGC is a public access test that demonstrates dogs are well-behaved and well-trained when in public settings. The Urban CGC test can be used by dog- friendly business (e.g., lodging, retail, transportation, public facilities) to recognize and accept dogs with good manners. Your instructor will administer the AKC CGCU test at the end of the Novice Obedience course with no testing free. This is a title that appears on the dog’s title record at AKC. If you and your dog is ready for the test and you already had a class else were, no problem we offer the test for $15.00 multiple times a year. CFVT want you and your puppy/dog to continue learning beyond novice obedience class. View CGCU Video 

AKC Virtual Puppy or Adult | Virtual or in Person $10.00 per test

How It Works

Virtual Home Manners is like an at-home CGC. There are two levels, Puppy (for dogs under 1 yr. old) and Adult (for dogs of any age). 

1. Review requirements list and fill out Registration Form

Click the button below to see requirements for each level of Virtual Home Manners. Read the form thoroughly to avoid skipping requirements. Virtual Home Manners (VHMP and VHMA)

2. Record and upload your video  View Virtual Puppy Home Manners Video         View Virtual Adult Home Manners Video 

Film a video of your dog performing each requirement ONCE. Videos do not have to be filmed in a single take it can have multiple “cuts.” Labeling each exercise on the video is helpful to me, but not required. Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube to get a shareable link or to Canine Frenzy Versatility Training Facebook Messenger . Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so I am able to watch it.

3. Submit your video for evaluation. Submit your video to me on messenger or send your YouTube link. 

4. Submit completed form to the AKC. After I evaluate your video, I will email your completed evaluation form to you. This can be submitted to the AKC for official recognition in one of two ways:

Congratulations on your new title!

  5. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s trick title evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

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AKC Tricks | Provided with Trick Class | Virtual and in Person $15.00 per test

How It Works

Attend one CFVT trick classes or join one of CFVT public test or submit virtually. Virtual directions are listed below. Trick Dog training builds confidence, improves obedience and manners, strengthens the bond between you and your dog, and is a great form of physical and mental exercise. AKC Trick Dog titles are official AKC titles listed on the dog’s title record. Earn your Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, and Performer Trick Dog Titles with CFVT! Testing is available during all our Tricks Classes.            View Trick Video 

Virtual AKC Trick Titles

Earning AKC Trick Titles is easy! Follow the steps below to earn any level of AKC Trick Title!

1. Review trick list and fill out Registration Form

Click the button for the level you are applying for, and make sure your dog can do the required number of tricks. Instructions for number of tricks are at the top of each list. Tricks cannot be repeated from one level to the next unless they are changed or progressed in some way.

Trick Dog Novice (TKN)    Trick Dog Intermediate (TKI)     Trick Dog Advanced (TKA)     Trick Dog Performer (TKP)   Trick Dog Elite Performer (TKE)

2. Record and upload your video

Film a video of your dog performing each trick ONCE. Videos do not have to be filmed in a single take (except for TKE) and can have multiple “cuts.” Labeling tricks on the video is helpful to me, but not required.

Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube or CFVT Trick Dog Spark Team. Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so I am able to watch it.

3.  Submit your video for evaluation. Submit your video to CFVT on messenger,  CFVT Trick Dog Spark Team or add your YouTube link to Registration Form

4. Submit completed form to the AKC

After I evaluate your video, I will email your completed evaluation form to you. This can be submitted to the AKC for official recognition in one of two ways:

Congratulations on your new title!

5. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

Positive reinforcement is great for teaching tricks, and it works on people too! If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s trick title evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

Yelp: bit.ly/3wiXjzg 

We offer virtual testing for: Rally

How It Works

Attend one CFVT Rally classes and we will help you submit you video virtually. Virtual directions are listed below. The Rally Novice (VRN), Rally Intermediate (VRI), Rally Advanced (VRA) and Rally Excellent (VRE) classes will be available to participate in virtually permanently. The competitor will set up a pre-designed AKC Rally course, video record the team’s performance, and submit it to AKC. In turn, AKC will assign a pre-selected AKC Rally Judge to virtually review and score the team’s Rally performance. Virtual Rally titles are official titles listed on the dog’s title record. Recording is available during all our Rally Classes.      Virtual Directions       

Virtual Rally Titles   View Rally Video 

Earning Rally Titles is easy! Follow the steps below to earn any level of  Rally Title!

1. Review Rally list and fill out Registration Form for a completion ribbon.

Click the button for the level you are applying for.

                                        Virtual Rally Novice (VRN)    Virtual Rally Intermediate (VRI)     Virtual Rally Advanced (VRA)     Virtual Rally Excellent (VRE)

2. Record and upload your video

Film a video of your dog performing three videos in each level. Videos have to be filmed in a single take!

Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube. Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so AKC is able to watch it.

3.  Submit your video for evaluation. Submit your video to   Rally Registration Form  

This can be submitted to Virtual Rally for official record: You will need to get three qualifying scores to receive a title

Congratulations on your new title!

5. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s rally title evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

Yelp: bit.ly/3wiXjzg 

We offer virtual testing for: Obedience

How It Works

Attend one CFVT Obedience classes and we will help you submit you video virtually. Virtual directions are listed below. The Obedience Beginner Novice (VBN), Novice (VCD),The competitor will set up a pre-designed AKC Obedience course, video record the team’s performance, and submit it to AKC. In turn, AKC will assign a pre-selected AKC Obedience Judge to virtually review and score the team’s Obedience performance. Virtual Obedience titles are official titles listed on the dog’s title record. Recording is available during Virtual Obedience Classes.            

Virtual Obedience Titles   Virtual Obedience Directions 

Earning Virtual Obedience Titles is easy! Follow the steps below to earn any level of  Virtual Obedience Title!

1. Review Virtual Obedience list and fill out Registration Form for a completion ribbon.

Click the button for the level you are applying for.

                                                                                  Virtual Obedience Beginner Novice                            Virtual Obedience Novice

2. Record and upload your video

Film a video of your dog performing three videos in each level. Videos have to be filmed in a single take!

Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube. Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so AKC is able to watch it.

3.  Submit your video for evaluation. Submit your video to   Obedience Registration Form  

This can be submitted to Virtual Obedience for official record: You will need to get three qualifying scores to receive a title. 

Congratulations on your new title!

5. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s Obedience evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

Yelp: bit.ly/3wiXjzg 

We offer virtual testing for: Agility ACT

How It Works

Attend one CFVT Agility class and we will help you submit your video virtually. Virtual directions are listed below. The Agility Course Test (ACT) is an entry level agility event designed to introduce and welcome beginning dogs and their handlers to the AKC sport of agility. There are two types of ACT courses. ACT Standard – ACT 1 and ACT 2 – which are the beginning level standard courses.  ACT Jumpers – ACT 1J and ACT 2J –These are entry level Jumpers courses (no Aframe, Dogwalk, Teeter or Table on courses).  ACT 1 and ACT 1J are designed for the beginning dog to show basic sequencing and performance skills. ACT 2 and ACT 2J requires an increased skill level shown by the additional number and types of obstacles to be performed, classes will be available to participate in virtually permanently. The competitor will set up a pre-designed AKC ACT or Jumpers course, video record the team’s performance, and submit it to AKC. In turn, AKC will assign a pre-selected AKC Agility Judge to virtually review and score the team’s Agility performance. Virtual ACT titles are official titles listed on the dog’s title record. 

Recording is available during Private or Semi-private Class.      Virtual Directions       link for virtual directions     https://images.akc.org/pdf/events/agility/ACT/ACTPROGRAM.pdf 

Virtual ACT Titles   View ACT Video        Link to Video      https://youtu.be/P5SrrsUfwtE 

Earning ACT Titles is easy! Follow the steps below to earn any level of  ACT or Jumpers Title!

  1. Review ACT list and fill out Registration Form for a completion ribbon.

LINK    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeSVw85hZpXigYp7vs4aBMS3SFMJ4g8D2SINiKIqIvepHV63g/viewform

Click the button for the level you are applying for.           

               Virtual ACT Standard and Jumpers (ACT1 ACT2 ACT1J ACT2J) 

Link    https://www.akc.org/sports/agility/act-program/act-virtual-program/#courses

Course Obstacle Guide    Link   

https://www.akc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/ACT-Course-Obstacle-Guide.pdf

  1. Record and upload your video

Film a video of your dog performing three videos in each level. Videos must be filmed in a single take!

Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube. Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so AKC is able to watch it.

  1. Submit your video for evaluation.Submit your video to   ACT Registration Form  

Link    https://akc.jotform.com/form/210177402942147 

This can be submitted to Virtual ACT for official record: You will need to get three qualifying scores to receive a title. 

  • Online (super easy!) using the Virtual ACT Portal here:ACT Portal 

Link        https://akc.jotform.com/form/210177402942147

Congratulations on your new title!

  1. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s rally title evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

Yelp: bit.ly/3wiXjzg

DMWYD Canine Conditioning | Provided with Conditioning Class | or Virtual and in Person $10.00 per test

How It Works

Attend one CFVT conditioning classes or join one of CFVT public test or submit virtually. Virtual directions are listed below. Conditioning training builds confidence, improves obedience and manners, strengthens the bond between you and your dog, and is a great form of physical and mental exercise. DMWYD Conditioning titles are official titles listed on the dog’s title record. Earn your Conditioning Level 1, Conditioning Level 2, Conditioning Level 3, Conditioning Level 4, and Conditioning Champion Titles with CFVT! Testing is available during all our Conditioning Classes.            View Conditioning Video 

Virtual DMWYD Conditioning Titles

Earning DMWYD Conditioning Titles is easy! Follow the steps below to earn any level of DMWYD Trick Title!

1. Review trick list and fill out Registration Form

Click the button for the level you are applying for, and make sure your dog can do the required number of Conditioning requirements. Instructions for number of Conditioning are at the top of each list. 

Conditioning Level 1 (CCF1)    Conditioning Level 2 (CCF2)     Conditioning Level 3 (CCF3)     Conditioning Level 4 (CCF4)   Conditioning Champion (CCF-CH)

2. Record and upload your video

Film a video of your dog performing each trick ONCE. Videos do not have to be filmed in a single take and can have multiple “cuts.” Labeling tricks on the video is helpful to me, but not required.

Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube or CFVT Trick Dog Spark Team. Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so I am able to watch it.

3.  Submit your video for evaluation. Submit your video to CFVT on messenger,  CFVT Conditioning Fitness Spark Team or add your YouTube link to Registration Form. 

4. Submit completed form to the DMWYD.

After I evaluate your video, I will email your completed evaluation form to you. This can be submitted to the DMWYD for official record:

Congratulations on your new title!

5. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

Positive reinforcement is great for teaching conditioning, and it works on people too! If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s conditioning title evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

Yelp: bit.ly/3wiXjzg

DMWYD Tricks | Provided with Trick Class | Virtual and in Person $5.00 per test

How It Works

Attend one CFVT trick classes or join one of CFVT public test or submit virtually. Virtual directions are listed below. Trick Dog training builds confidence, improves obedience and manners, strengthens the bond between you and your dog, and is a great form of physical and mental exercise. DMWYD Trick Dog titles are official titles listed on the dog’s title record. Earn your Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert, and Master Novice, Master Intermediate, Master Advanced, Master Expert Trick Dog Titles with CFVT! Testing is available during all our Tricks Classes.            View Trick Video 

Virtual DMWYD Trick Titles

Earning DMWYD Trick Titles is easy! Follow the steps below to earn any level of DMWYD Trick Title!

1. Review trick list and fill out Registration Form

Click the button for the level you are applying for, and make sure your dog can do the required number of tricks. Instructions for number of tricks are at the top of each list. Tricks cannot be repeated from one level to the next unless they are changed or progressed in some way.

Trick Dog Novice (NTD)     Trick Dog Intermediate (ITD)      Trick Dog Advanced ATD)      Trick Dog Expert(ETD)   Trick Dog Master (for all levels) Champion Trick Dog Title (TDCH)  Grand Champion Trick Dog (TDGCH) 

2. Record and upload your video

Film a video of your dog performing each trick ONCE. Videos do not have to be filmed in a single take and can have multiple “cuts.” Labeling tricks on the video is helpful to me, but not required.

Once you’ve finished your video, upload it to YouTube or CFVT Trick Dog Spark Team. Make sure your video is set to either “Public” or “Unlisted” so I am able to watch it.

3.  Submit your video for evaluation. Submit your video to CFVT on messenger,  CFVT Trick Dog Spark Team or add your YouTube link to Registration Form

4. Submit completed form to the DMWYD.

After I evaluate your video, I will email your completed evaluation form to you. This can be submitted to the DMWYD for official record:

Congratulations on your new title!

5. Leave a review (optional but appreciated!)

Positive reinforcement is great for teaching tricks, and it works on people too! If you enjoyed working with me for your dog’s trick title evaluation, I would appreciate a 5 star review on Facebook, Google, or Yelp. 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanineFrenzyVersatilityTraining/reviews 

Google: g.page/r/CbVG-EYmQYOHEBE/review 

Yelp: bit.ly/3wiXjzg