NSDTC lost long time Life Member and dear friend Andy Seitz who passed away, peacefully, on Sunday evening after bravely fighting a long illness. Read President Judy Perrin’s word about Andy here.


Essential Documents relating to Training Resumption

The following documents relating to our Training Resumption are now made available to all our members. It is essential that all members sign and return the 2nd page of the Training Policy in hard copy their Members Responsibilities Agreement on your first day of training.

Click on each of these to view the documents.

COVID 19 and what it means for your club membership
NSDTC are planning on recommencing SOME training session from Mid July as detailed above. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused. To compensate for the hiatus in training, the expiry date of all current memberships will be extended beyond their original date, 30 June, for the duration of the ban.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter. Your health and well being as well as that of our club volunteers are important to us.

Welcome to the Northern Suburbs Dog Training Club (NSDTC).

We are a Dogs NSW affiliated club dedicated to teaching you how to develop a mutually beneficial, long lasting relationship with your dog.

The modern world can be quite confusing and restrictive for dogs. They are expected to be friendly to everyone they meet both human and canine, walk without pulling, stay home alone without barking, come when called, settle quietly, not dig or chew excessively and be sure to toilet outside.  That’s a big list of desired behaviours that are not natural or easy for your dog to achieve.  Our dedicated team of volunteer instructors has the experience and knowledge to help you communicate to your dog what you want him to do using positive reward training and sensible management techniques.

NSDTC provides general manners training for all pet dogs from about four months of age.  We are proud also to offer classes in competitive performance sports including Obedience Trials, Rally O, Retrieving Trials, Dances with Dogs and Agility.  Many members who started simply wanting basic training have gone on to discover a whole new world of fun activities to play with their dogs.  We hope that one day you may join them.

NSDTC takes pride in being a friendly club welcoming all members to share a cup of tea or coffee with us in the clubhouse and to join in the many educational opportunities and activities we host throughout the year.  We hope your journey with us will be an enjoyable one for you and your dog.

Judy Perrin, President
Northern Suburbs Dog Training Club