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31st January 2012
Exeter Dog Training Club raises more than £300 for Nowzad
Exeter Dog Training Club has raised more than £300 for the Nowzad charity which assists serving soldiers to rescue a dog they have adopted during their tour of duty in Afghanistan...more
 
20 December 2011
Charity Dog Walk for Nowzad
Author and Nowzad Charity founder Pen Farthing will join Exeter Dog Training Club members for a walk to raise funds for Nowzad on Bank Holiday Monday 2nd January...more
 
22 May 2009
Good Dogs
More than 300 dog obedience enthusiasts will be at Cullompton Football Club on Sunday to compete in Exeter Dog Training Club’s annual Open Obedience Show.  Dogs from all over the South of England and beyond will compete in one or more of twelve classes, according to their experience and previous level of achievement...more
 
14 June 2008
Margaret and Rosie on the road to Crufts 2009
Exeter Dog Training Club member Margaret Warren and her GSD x collie "Cross Which Way" (Rosie) have won a qualifying ticket for the Obedience Championships at Crufts 2009...more
 
22 May 2008
Canines Compete in Cullompton
Around 400 handlers and their dogs will compete in Exeter Dog Training Club’s annual Open Obedience Show, which takes place on Sunday 25th May 2008 at Cullompton Football Club.  Competitors will travel from all over the South West, Wales and beyond...more
 
25 July 2007
Exeter Dog Training Club is 50 years old!
Exeter Dog Training Club is celebrating its Golden Jubilee this year. The Club was founded in 1957 by a group of dog enthusiasts, with the objectives of helping pet owners to train their dogs for obedience work, and advising in the art of ringcraft for showing pedigree dogs...more
 
27 May 2005
Dog Days in Cullompton
Exeter Dog Training Club’s annual Open Obedience Show is on Sunday 29th May 2005 at Cullompton Football Club. The event is being held back-to-back with Taunton Dog Training Club’s show, at the same venue on Saturday, ensuring a huge entry of around 600 competitors from across the South of England, Wales and further afield...more
 
13 May 2004
New Venue for Dog Obedience Show
Exeter Dog Training Club’s annual Open Obedience Show is on Sunday 30th May 2004 at Cullompton Football Club.
The Kennel Club licensed Show has attracted almost 300 entries from competitors across the South West and a few from further afield...more
 
Express & Echo, 6 March 2002 
City club set to take the lead at show
A city dog training club is taking the lead at Crufts this year after show judges invited them to demonstrate their skills...more