We regret there will be no new 2019 Beginners Class places opening up.
The next 6 Week Beginners Classes will commence on 2 February 2020. Places already filling.
1 Dec 2019: Christmas Break Up Day for club members. Breakfast. Games for dogs & handlers. Fancy dress.
19 Jan 2020: Sunday training resumes for current classes
2 Feb 2020: 6 Week Beginners Classes commence
GRADUATING CLASS 28th July 2019
We know you’re probably eager to get started, but please …
REGISTER FIRST WITH OUR SECRETARY: Email email@example.com
If you are unable to access email, call Morna on 0421 980 281.
You are welcome to visit the club rooms on Sunday mornings for dog discussions; but we cannot place you in a class until Karen assesses class availability.
Please allow time for a response since our contact people are volunteers. They do club work in their spare time and can often receive many calls or emails concurrently, all requiring a response.
Thank you for your patience. We know you are keen to get started and will reply as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, check the Membership Fees page and please download the application PDF form below.
We look forward to meeting you and your four legged companion.
ON THE FIRST DAY, PLEASE BRING YOUR PAYMENT RECEIPT, COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM & VACCINATION PAPERS.
If you have forgotten to pay renewal fees,
please pay them ASAP
2019 marks 50 years of hosting championship shows, which are now an annual Labour Day event.
Best in Show – morning competition – was the Golden Retriever
Nazneen Why Walk Whenu Can Fly (Owner: D & J Bishop)
Best in Show – afternoon competition – was the Border Collie
Sup.Ch. Pukawidgee Name of the Wind (Owner: Kezziah Kennels)
For several years, the club served only the member needs for breed conformation but in the 1970s it introduced Obedience training for trials.
More recently, obedience training is offered as an education process for dog owners; to educate people in dog handling skills, positive human-canine relationships and developing safely socialised animals.
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Warragul Dog Club is based in Darnum, east of Warragul in West Gippsland.
We offer a range of training opportunities and other activities for dog owners and their dogs.
Interested in learning more about dog behaviour and training?
Come to our club house on Sunday morning for a cuppa and a chat. You’ll find us behind the football club rooms at Darnum Recreation Reserve, Shady Creek Road, on Sunday mornings from 8:30am.
Want to join the club?
Click here for the Membership Application Form. Fill it in and bring along on Sunday with vaccination papers and payment.
All members are welcome to attend our committee meetings on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
The Warragul Dog Club is affiliated with DogsVictoria