Puppies
Agility Gun-dog
Rally
Mainstream Basic Obedience
Flyball
£2.00 per Lesson No minimum Fees Pay on the Day (Membership Required)

Please ensure you inform your instructure about any issues your dog may have, nervous

aggressive, bites, over excited, scared of human, does not like other

dogs, this helps us understand your dogs needs and be able to offer the right advice.

Please ensure you inform your instructure about any issues your dog may have, nervous

aggressive, bites, over excited, scared of human, does not like other

dogs, this helps us understand your dogs needs and be able to offer the right advice.

 

Nuneaton Dog Training Club
2016- Nuneaton Dog Training Club
A well trained dog is a happy dog
Notice Board

The Demo Team are looking for new members

Competitive obedience self help group

Jo Hill date for 2018 (Whats On)

Remembrance Trees unveiled by NDTC president Babs Charles

Christmas closure 21/12/2017 to 3/1/2018 and reopening 4th Jan 2018

The links below will take to you to our Facebook Pages Jo Hill training course (Facebook) Other useful links THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO PET ADOPTION
NEW MEMBERS We welcome all dogs of all types and ages.  Annual membership costs are £10 single, £15 joint and £20 for a family per year. Class costs are £2.00 per dog, per class, payable on the day, this covers all activities.Gift vouchers are avalable for membership fees and and / or 8 week sessions. Annual memberships run from 1 Jan to the 31 Dec each year.  To speed up the process of joining and to save you having to wait, please download the Membership Application Form, print, fill it out and bring it with you to register.When you first come in with you filled out membership application form filled and your  membership fee, please ensure you arrive 15 to 20 minutes before the class starts.   Then let the training begin.  Important info for new starter:Please ensure you inform your instructor about any issues your dog may have, nervous aggressive, over excited, scared of humans, does not like other dogs. This info helps us understand your dogs needs and be able to offer the right advice.
Nuneaton Dog Training Club has been operating since 1959 and with a catchment area covering Nuneaton, Coventry, Hinckley,and Atherstone over 500 new dogs are introduced into the club every year.