Registration for the next session of dog training classes offered by the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club (LADOC) runs through June 27.
The Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club is a non-profit volunteer organization established in 1951 by a group of dedicated trainers. LADOC has been offering a variety of dog training classes, seminars, and special dog related events to the Los Alamos community since 1951. To date, more than 6,000 dogs and their owners in the Los Alamos community have been trained by LADOC instructors.
LADOC members come from a diverse background and many dog training disciplines. These disciplines consist of well trained family pets, pet therapy, assistance dogs, competitive obedience/agility, conformation, search and rescue, hunting dogs, herding, barn hunts and schutzhund. Members are also active in shelter programs, breed rescue, and animal related legislation. These backgrounds and disciplines meld into a knowledge base that give LADOC the expertise base it needs to handle a large variety of dog related behavior and training issues.
Course offerings this session include Basic Manners, Puppy Kindergarten, Agility Sequences and Handling, and Conformation Practice.