***COVID UPDATE - SATURDAY 7TH NOVEMBER***
Training activities across LDTC Obedience, Agility, Ringcraft, Scentwork and Working Trials remain suspended until further notice due to the pandemic and the various restrictions imposed.
Please monitor our website and social media for any further updates.
Importance Notice Updated 8th September 2020
The Kennel Club Building is still closed for Obedience & Ringcraft Training. The officers and committee are working extremely hard in the background keeping up to date with the prevalence of the virus, the ever changing government advice and protocols. As soon as any relevant updates are available in respect to training in the building an announcement will be made. Thank you for your understanding.
Importance Notice Updated 4th September 2020
The Kennel Club Building itself is still currently closed. LDTC Training across all sections of the Club remains suspended until further notice. The Committee are constantly monitoring the situation and as soon as we have any information to report in respect to the return of some form of training in the future, this will be posted on the club website and Facebook page.
Please also see the latest Kennel Club Press Release (26/06/20)
Press Release click here
If you wish to book onto the next course for obedience or puppies, please call 07722 006461 if no one answers please leave your name, number and a short message and we will get back to you or try again later in the day.
Many new members join the LDTC when they become the proud owners of a new puppy and take steps to train it. Sessions take place at the Kennel Club building, Stoneleigh Park on Wednesday evenings, commencing at 7.00pm. All training including puppies and older dogs are now on a Wednesday evening. Each session is structured to provide obedience training at different levels of ability.
From a week after their second vaccination, socialization and very basic obedience training is undertaken in the puppy class and progress can then be made through the other five stages until reaching an advanced level.
The training provided is based on the reward method , approved by the Kennel Club, and should lead to most dogs undertaking the Good Citizen Tests (Bronze, Silver and Gold), a scheme initiated by the Kennel Club to promote responsible dog owners together with basically well trained and well socialised dogs. If you have any particular problems or queries there is always someone on hand willing to help and advise. Training aids, collars, leads and club items are available to purchase at reasonable costs. Refreshments are normally available to purchase throughout the evening.
This post is for all members of the Obedience and Ringcraft using the Kennel Club Building.
The Kennel Club have asked that all LDTC members and visitors to the building now park off the roads on the hard standing areas shown on the map.
Please do not park on the roads around the building and if instructed by a marshal please park where asked to.
Leamington Dog Training Club cannot be held responsible for the loss, damage or injury to any person, their dog(s) or their belongings while in the confines of the training club.