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About Us
 
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Exeter Dog Training Club is a not for profit voluntary club dedicated to helping owners in and around the Exeter area to train their dogs.  The Club is fully insured and is registered by The Kennel Club.  We run dog training classes for all levels on Thursday evenings in Exeter.
 
Members attend for a as long as it takes to train their pet dog to the desired level.  Many continue until they have attained the Good Citizens Silver or Gold level. Some enjoy the social aspect of coming regularly to the Club and remain members for years, including several enthusiasts whose hobby is competitive dog obedience or other canine activities. 

Who runs the Club?
The Club is owned by the members and governed by a set of rules and regulations approved by the Kennel Club.  The day to day running of the Club is carried out by a Committee elected by members at the Annual General Meeting.  Our Trainers are members who are pleased to pass on their varied experiences of owning and working dogs.  Committee members and Trainers are ordinary members who are happy to give their time and effort to run the Club.  If you would like to get involved please speak to a Committee Member.
Over 50 years experience
 
Exeter Dog Training 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.  Today the Club has around 100 members, many of whom have been involved with the Club since the 1980s.