Perth Training & Obedience Dog Club Inc

Our Dog Club is an all breeds club, dedicated to teaching you how to train your dog using positive reinforcement methods

Perth Training & Obedience Dog Club Inc

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Please note we do not take bookings or reserve spots for classes, enrollments are done at class at the training venues.
We do not process enrollments or money online.
2015/2016 TERM 2 
ENROLLMENT VENUES & DATES
Wednesday 3/2/2016
Wednesday 10/2/2016
Wednesday 17/2/2016
Friday 5/2/2016 
Friday 12/2/2016
Obedience Training
Wednesday Nights - 7:30-8:30PM

Agility Training 

Friday Nights - 7:00PM Setup

Can you help your club would you like to be more involved can you volunteer?
If you would like to or can help your club please email us here

2015/2016 Membership Year (October 2015 - September 2016)

Term 2 classes run from Wednesday the 3rd of February to Friday the 8th of April inclusive

 How do you enroll and become a member? Click HERE

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Club Membership Details
Single Yearly Membership is $50 
  • (1 person 1 dog)
Joint Yearly Membership is $60
  • (2 people 1 dog)
  • (2 people 2 dogs from the same household)
  • (1 person 2+ dogs from the same household at Agility only where you can have 1 handler and multiple dogs)
Lighting Fees apply $20 (payable each term)
per dog / handler team, per term & per venue

Our club is an all breeds club, dedicated to teaching you how to train your dog using positive reinforcement methods.
We welcome anyone who is interested in teaching their dog life skills, obedience, agility and rally o, from the basics right through to competition standard
When & Where We Train
Obedience Class - Wednesday Nights 
7:30-8:30PM

Agility Class - Friday Nights

Beginners 6:45-7:45PM

Intermediate/Advanced 7:45-8:45PM

Harold Rossitter Park, Etwell St, Kensington (East Vic Park)



Agility

Agility classes are held for beginners looking to have a fun night out with their dogs, through to competition level. All dogs must be 12 months of age to commence jumping, and it is helpful, but not compulsory to have some obedience training. However, your dog must be able to return to you when recalled.