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.

A non-for-profit organisation, run by volunteers  since 1962

Next Beginner Joiners TBA.  Registration time between 7.10 – 7.45am. Class starting at 8.00am

NEW JOINERS: You need to complete the online membership form (see Join Now) print a copy of  the completed form and bring it with you as well as a copy of your dog’s current vaccination. The Beginners class is for 6 weeks. 

There will be no training on the 9th, 16th and 23rd June as many of our instructors will be competing in obedience, rally and tricks.  

Training will resume on Sunday 30th June.

8.00am – Beginners  |  9.00am Classes 1 to 4 

10.00am – “Enhanced Training” class (obedience, rally & tricks) open to members in Class 2 and above. Note, this class is not offered on the 1st Sunday of each month.

Please arrive no later than 10 minutes before Class time and don’t forget your name badge.

PLEASE IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL DO NOT ATTEND TRAINING.
 It is important to check the website for any updates particularly if training should be cancelled due to wet weather.

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

We accept all breeds of dogs for training with classes ranging from beginners from 12 weeks of age 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.

NEXT TRAINING DATE

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See home page for the class times

$3 ground fee per week is payable for all members in Classes 1-4. All members must be double vaccinated.

Covered footwear must be worn.

Don’t forget the treats for your dog.

Where to find us

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