Welcome to the St. Paul Dog Training Club's website!
Return to Classes - August Update
As of August 2020 the Board of Directors has determined we can resume classes, with some modifications to class size and our schedule. The Club Calendar will be up to date with our current schedule, and the website will be updated with re-opening schedules for Obedience and Agility classes. Click here to view the FULL DETAILS >
Since 1953 the St. Paul Dog Training Club (SPDTC) has provided high quality instruction for all dogs and their owners in a professional, respectful environment. As one of the longest established dog training clubs in the Midwest, SPDTC offers you and your dog an ongoing and well-recognized tradition of the finest in a wide variety of dog training classes and canine competitive events.
SPDTC offers classes for people who want a well mannered companion animal, and also for those who want to achieve all levels of obedience, agility, rally and nose work competition with their dogs. Puppy Einstein and Puppy HeadStart Agility classes provide your puppy with socialization, behavioral training and foundational skills. Please use the menu options to the left to find out details about our classes, events, club membership and other policies and helpful information.
A not-for-profit organization, SPDTC is run by a volunteer board, whose members willingly share their time and expertise to ensure high quality classes and an encouraging environment where you and your canine companion can excel at what ever activity or level in which you participate.
Rally Classes Rally Classes are suspended for the Fall block. To be placed on a waiting list for future Rally classes please sign up at the training center or contact us email@example.com
2020 NACSW Nose Work & AKC Scent Work Trials SPDTC is hosting NACSW K9 Nose work and AKC Scent Work trials in September, October and November 2020, plus more to come!Read more >
Our friend Gordy - Here are the trophy and awards that will be given out in honor of Club member Gordon Bane, who sadly passed away this spring. Look to see these awards presented at our Spring and Fall Obedience Trials.