Dog Training Club
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Obedience – our next Obedience classes commence 10 October 2023
Agility – Our next Agility classes commence 12 October 2023 (you must have passed Level 2)
CGC – Our next CGC classes commence 9 October 2023 (you must have passed Level 2 and completed a CGB assessment)
Our classes fill up quickly, so don’t hesitate to complete our online registration form when our next term opens. If you have any issues please email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our instructors are active in dog-related activities, dog obedience competitions, dog sports and conformation shows; more importantly, they have a passion for the dog and handler relationship and are happy to share that knowledge.
Our club goal is to provide affordable dog training classes, with knowledgeable instruction, for handlers who want to train their dog at any level. Obedience classes follow the NZ School term
We have a passion for dogs!
Building relationships, strengthing focus, enhancing human and dog bond.
That’s what dog training classes are about, a positive learning environment for dogs and their people – we hope you will join us.
Why not become a member?
Taupo dog training cub is all about promoting responsible dog ownership; on our website; you will find information about club governance, becoming a club member, club rules, and our weekly practice sessions.
Canine Good Citizen
Competition Obedience intends to establish a solid and positive relationship between a dog and its handler. It can be mentally stimulating for both the dog and the handler, TDTC runs a DogsNZ Competition Obedience show; check out our events calendar for details. If you are interested in Competition Obedience, see our Obedience page.
Canine Good Citizen Assessments
The Canine Good Citizen program brings a dog and its handler up to a gold standard of behaviour for dogs in our communities. DogsNZ assessment for CGC evaluates dogs in a relaxed testing environment where a dog can work through Foundation, Bronze, Silver and then through to Gold. Here at TDTC, we run up to two assessments per year; if you are interested in joining our CGC class or checking Assessment dates, see our calendar.
Challenging the dog and the handler, the sport of Agility requires you to work as a team to negotiate a series of obstacles as fast as you can. Here at TDTC we host an official DogsNZ Agility show; check out our calendar for the dates. If you are interested in Agility, it may be an excellent time to come along and watch, even better, volunteer!
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