We offer obedience training sessions several times per year, offering puppy to advanced obedience competition work. Classes are held on Tuesday nights, and sessions are 8 weeks long unless otherwise noted. Our instructors are members of our club who have many years of experience in obedience training and competition, as well as other dog sports and activities.
**January classes are CANCELLED due to COVID.
Please check back as updates will be posted on our website and Facebook as soon as we are able to have classes again.
Classes are held at Lewis Recreation Center at:
3110 Forest Lawn Dr.
Greensboro, NC 27455
Regular Class Schedule (**Currently suspended due to COVID**)
Puppy I class - 6:30pm - $125 for 8 week session
Puppy II class - 7:45pm - $125 for 8 week session
Beginner I class - 7:45 & 8:45 - $125 for 8 week session
Beginner II - 8:45pm - $100 for 8 week session
Canine Good Citizen - 7:45pm - $100 for 8 week session
Rally - 7:45pm - $75 for 8 week session
Applications and payments must be received by mail one week before the beginning of each session. Classes are filled on a first come basis, and receipt of your check is what holds your spot in class.
Email is the quickest way to reach us, but we do not accept forms through email.
**January 2021 Session - Cancelled**
We are sad to announce that the January 2021 session has been cancelled due to COVID restrictions.
We are hoping to offer classes as soon as we can, and any updates will be posted to our website and our facebook page.
If no notification is posted about registration then please assume classes are postponed until further notice.
We are just as frustrated about this as our students are, and are doing everything we can to start classes again. We appreciate your understanding until we get back on schedule.
Puppy I is for puppies up to 17 weeks of age
Puppy II is for puppies age 17-26 weeks
Family Dog Classes
Canine Good Citizen
Competition preparation classes
Ready, Set, Show!
Polish and Shine
We offer generously spaced, matted rings for comfortable training. The Carolina Dog Training Club's instructors use positive training methods. We do not use harsh corrections, but rather food treats, toys, touch, and praise to motivate the dog. We recommend the use of regular buckle collars, although the use of training collars, head harnesses or Sensation Harnesses (R) may be recommended after individual evaluation. The goal of our classes is to train the owner to train the dog.