DAYTON DOG TRAINING CLUB OBJECTIVES

 

The Dayton Dog Training Club, Inc. was founded in 1951 and incorporated as a nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to promote purebred dog activities and to sponsor obedience classes for the public. The Club provides instruction on how to train your dog and how to be a better "dog neighbor." As the sport of obedience progresses, the Dayton Dog Training Club strives to stay current with the most acceptable methods of training.

 

Dayton Dog Training Club is a Member Club of the American Kennel Club and follows AKC rules and regulations. For example, the club:

 

• Holds regularly scheduled obedience trials, agility trials, rally trials, and tracking tests and matches approved by the American Kennel Club..

 

• Offers training in obedience, agility and tracking as outlined by the rules and regulations of the American Kennel Club.

 

• Conducts quarterly general membership meetings to conduct club business.

 

• Elects officers and a board of directors annually to manage all Club business and functions.

 

 

 

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