w/Sandi Shilling Daniels
Sunday, December 29
Monday, December 2
Monday, December 9
Monday, December 16
Sunday, December 8
AGILITY FUN RUN
Saturday, December 28
FLYBALL MINI TOURNY
Tuesday, December 31
ADVANCED AGILITY HANDLING WORKSHOPS
January 11 & 12, 2014
Saturday, Feb 1, 2014
K9 NOSE WORK
March 22 & 23, 2014
Stockings for K9 Soldiers Project
Now thru November 18
We will collect items from the list below until Nov 18th, to fill personalized stockings for the dogs and handlers in Afghanistan who risk their lives for us each and every day.
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WELCOME! to The Dog Training Center of Chester County, conveniently located in Exton, PA. We have been providing dog training classes to residents of Chester and neighboring counties since 1974.
DTCCC enjoys an area wide reputation for our positive reinforcement based training program, conducting over 45 classes a week with our experienced and talented training staff of professionally certified instructors. Our training is innovative, effective, fun and family oriented. You are invited to visit us any time classes are scheduled and see for yourself what sets us apart from the ordinary.Dog Training is all we do...we’re specialists!
- Classes for the family dog. All ages puppy through adult.
- Canine Good Citizen and Therapy Dog Training
- Advanced Obedience Training and Competition
- Agility Beginners and Competition Classes and Workshops
- Flyball -Classes and team competition
- K9 Nose Work
- Rally Obedience
- Show Handling
- Memberships that provide discounts on classes, seminars and workshops.
- Agility and Rally trials, seminars and training matches.
- Rescue and shelter dog assistance programs
- Building rental for area clubs and organizations for special events and dog shows
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The Training Center is only open during scheduled class times so
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Please leave four footed family members at home when stopping in to observe.