Craigieburn Dog Obedience Group was formed in 1993 and was affiliated with the Victorian Canine Association (VCA or “Dogs Victoria”) - the governing body of approximately 240 Victorian dog clubs that participate in Obedience, Agility, Field and Retrieving Trials, and Dog Conformation Showing.Our chief and senior instructors have about 50 years experience in dog training and have assisted thousands of people, just like yourself, in achieving a happy and obedient dog.We DO NOT discriminate between pedigree and non-pedigree animals.We are a friendly group and your first lesson is FREE!Come and join us on a Sunday morning (except long weekends)at Hothlyn Drive Reserve in Craigieburn.We look forward to meeting you and your dog soon.
No need to book - just turn up for your first lesson FREE!
Craigieburn Dog Obedience Group Inc. welcomes new members from Craigieburn, Roxburgh Park, Mickleham, Yuroke, Greenvale, Beveridge,Epping, Wallan & surrounding suburbs.
Every Sunday morning (except long weekends) at Hothlyn Drive Reserve, Craigieburn.Beginners: 9.45am - 10.45am Advanced: 11am - 12.00pmClick here to find our more...
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We always welcome new members and your first lesson is free!Come join us and have fun!Click hereto find our more...
We hold many events throughout the year including member competitions with trophies, free raffles and bbqs. We also encourage members to compete in inter-club competitions. Click hereto find our more...
In the past, Beginners have been allowed to turn up on any given Sunday. This often meant that we had to provide an Instructor for a Class of just 1 or perhaps 2 people each week.It is a more efficient use of our limited resources, for the Club to now run Beginners classes on the1st Sunday of every month only. This ought to ensure that in future, Beginners have a Class of a decent number of participants, and that our Instructors are utilised more productively.Pass-ups (between Classes) will continue to be done on the last Sunday of every month. If you miss out on a pass-up Sunday, you will have to wait until the following month to graduate. An additional several weeks in Class can only enhance the working ability of Dogs and their Handlers, and perhaps make it more likely for a successful graduation. The Club apologises for any inconvenience by this change of Rules, but it is essential that wemake the most effective use of those people who freely volunteer their time as Instructors.
* ATTENTIONNEWCOMERS *CRAIGIEBURN DOG OBEDIENCE GROUP Inc