Classes

The following applies to all DTCDC classes:

Cost$85.00 for a 8-week session.

Online Registration and Payment Coming Soon !

Duration — Classes meet once a week for one hour for 8 weeks.

Equipment — Buckle collar (instructors will discuss other types of training collars and help make collar selection best suited to handler/dog). Six-foot leash (of cotton web, nylon web, or leather is recommended and 1/2 or 5/8 inch width is easiest to handle). No chain leashes or harnesses. Halti type head collars are permissible.

Treats — Hot dogs sliced into penny-sized thin portions, Bil-Jac (frozen dog food), Rollover (or other sausage shaped rolls available at pet stores) sliced or cubed, chunk or string cheese cubed or sliced into thin portions, cheerios, toys, or anything that will turn your dog on!

Clothing — Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or other rubber-soled shoes. Thongs, loose fitting sandals or hard soled boots are not recommended.  High heels are not allowed as they can damage the surface of the training floor.  Only flat-soled shoes are allowed on the training floor for safety reasons.

Spectators — Spectators are welcome, but noise level must be kept to a minimum. For their safety, children accompanying students to class should remain seated in the spectator area while class is in progress.

Facilities — Cold drinks are available for purchase. Our building is climate controlled with restroom facilities.

DTCDC Class Registration Form   (Click Here)

Registration Form

Puppy Class:
Our Puppy Class is for pups 9 weeks through 5 months old. The puppy owner learns how to use positive methods to teach the puppy good manners and to build a bond of love and respect. The pup is socialized with other puppies and people and taught exercises to help them gain confidence when meeting new situations and objects. The puppy will learn to come when called, sit, lie down, stand, and not pull on the leash while walking. They are also taught to settle down, be touched and be examined by both the owner and a stranger. The instructor leads discussions on Jumping Up, Home Training Problems, Nutrition, Grooming, Crate Training, Spay/Neutering and other subjects to help the puppy’s family become responsible pet owners. Puppies are also taught the meaning of “Off”, toAKC STAR Puppy Program remove themselves from furniture, etc. Instructions for teaching some tricks (roll over, etc.) are included to give the puppy and handler additional “training fun” and to let the dog “show off”. A Training Handbook is issued to each student.

“Authorized AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Training Provider”

Beginner Class:
Our Beginner Class is for dogs six months and older. Students learn how to become benevolent leaders of the “pack” and to teach their dogs exercises that will help them to become well-mannered family pets. Beginner Class exercises include: attention, controlled walking in heel position, automatic sit, circle right, circle left, about turn, fast pace, slow pace, fast recalls using a recall chute, walking among a crowd, sit, down, stand, sit-stay, down-stay, stand for examination and an introduction to tricks. A Training Handbook is issued to each student.

Intermediate Class:
The Intermediate Class is for students who wish to start training for competitive obedience as well as those who wish to continue to work with their dogs, learn new exercises and gain more control over their dogs. Dogs need to be able to sit, stand and down by verbal commands and be under reasonable control. There is no separate “orientation” for Intermediate Class. Please go to ” Contact Us ” and contact the Training Director. Your email will be forwarded to the Intermediate Class instructor.

Advanced Classes:
For information about our advanced obedience classes please contact the Training Director . Click on ” Contact Us ” and make your selection.

Novice Polish

Open And Utility

Beginner Rally ( Limited Classes )

Advanced Rally ( Limited Classes )

Conformation

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AGGRESSIVE DOG POLICY :
IF A DOG IS DETERMINED TO BE AGGRESSIVE OR A
DANGER IN CLASS IT WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR
A MUZZLE IN ORDER TO CONTINUE CLASSES. IF THE
DOG CONTINUES TO BE A DISRUPTION IT WILL BE
ASKED TO LEAVE.
DTCDC IS A DRUG AND ALCHOHOL FREE FACILITY:
ANY PERSONS FOUND OR SUSPECTED TO BE UNDER THE
INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCHOHOL WILL BE ASKED TO
LEAVE THE TRAINING FLOOR IMMEDIATLY.
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Upcoming Events

October Show-N-Go

October 11, 2014 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Dog Training Club of Dallas County (DTCDC)
Show n Go Schedule 2014
Level floor / Full soft matting / New observation mirrors
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Saturday – August 16th       -     Saturday – September 20th
Saturday – October 11th       -     Saturday – November 29th
Saturday – December 27th
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When:  The building will be open at 12:00pm for set up & sign ups          Signups for all classes cut [...]

November Show-N-Go

November 29, 2014 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Dog Training Club of Dallas County (DTCDC)
Show n Go Schedule 2014
Level floor / Full soft matting / New observation mirrors
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Saturday – August 16th       -     Saturday – September 20th
Saturday – October 11th       -     Saturday – November 29th
Saturday – December 27th
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When:  The building will be open at 12:00pm for set up & sign ups          Signups for all classes cut [...]

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Important Notices

Next Class Session Starts September 29th 2014

Beginner Monday, Beginner Wednesday and Puppy class session starts the week of September 29th 2014. Please check our Class Schedule for more information and  times.
Beginner and Puppy students are to come to there first class with out their dog.
Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or other rubber-soled shoes.  High heels are not allowed as they can damage the surface of [...]