Welcome to the Eastern Suburbs Dog Training Club

The Club, a non-for-profit organisation, run by volunteers, has been operating since 1962 on its grounds in Musgrave Avenue in Centennial Park.

The Club, a non-for-profit organisation, run by volunteers is operating since 1962 in Musgrave Ave, Centennial Park.

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We train dog owners to train their dogs using positive reinforcement.

We accept all breeds of dogs for training with classes ranging from 12 week old puppies and adult dog beginners from 6 months old to Classes 1 to 4 where owners and dogs can continue to learn and improve their skills.

Dog training is a fun way to connect with your dog and there is no limit to what your canine friend and you can learn.

The club is affiliated with Dogs NSW and conducts an annual obedience trial.

The AGM will be held on Sunday 21st March, 2021 on our Centennial Park grounds commencing at 8.50am.

COMMITEE NOMINEES                AUDIT REPORT 2020

The AGM will be held on Sunday 21st March, 2021 on our Centennial Park grounds commencing at 8.50am.

COMMITEE NOMINEES 
AUDIT REPORT 2020

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Registration and sign in for Covid-19 tracing starts 30 minutes before the class.

Covered footwear must be worn.

Where to find us

The Club trains on the grounds up from Musgrave Pond, across from Musgrave Avenue in Sydney’s Centennial Park.

COVID-19 Safety Plan

  • DO NOT ATTEND if presenting even the slightest symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, loss of smell, loss of taste, runny nose, muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting and loss of appetite) or arrived from overseas or domestic hotspots within past 14 days. Instead, get tested for Covid-19.
  • Maintain physical distance of at least 1.5 metres from each other.
  • Practice good hand hygiene, wash hands before arrival, bring your own hand sanitiser.
  • Each member must be self-sufficient, bring your own hand sanitiser, face mask, tea/coffee and any equipment.
  • If you miss any classes or have any questions, contact the club (details below).
  • Non-participants must remain well outside the training area.
  • Entry to the grounds will be strictly via the bridge. Exit from either ends of the training grounds.
  • Members must leave grounds as soon as training concludes.
  • In the event of any widespread non-compliance with social distancing, training will be terminated and everyone will leave as soon as possible.

Registration:

  • New Joiners should register online (See ONLINE APPLICATION FORM)
  •  On arrival all members need to scan the QR code via the Service NSW App for contact tracing purposes.
  • Bring correct change – $3 Ground Fees / $30 Membership / $30 Beginner Course Fees. Anything more will be deemed a donation, no change can be provided.
  • Check information boards for your class details
  • Self service for name badges – your name and your dog’s name for Instructor’s benefit.

Class:

  • Maximum 2 people involved in the training of one dog and only one person to handle the dog at any one time (the other to remain a safe distance otherwise).
  • Cones will mark the safe distance between each dog and member unit.
  • Instructor will not have physical contact with members nor their dogs (including giving treats or demonstrating).
  • Exercises such as weaving must now be done at a safe distance (min 1.5m) or with cones.

We are using Service NSW Mobile App for COVID-19 contact tracing so please download it on your phones before arriving to the class.