About Tulsa Dog Training Club

The Tulsa Dog Training Club, Inc. was organized in 1947 and is the oldest obedience training club in the State of Oklahoma.

All members offer their services on a volunteer basis and receive no remuneration. In order to carry out our objectives, the members work together to perform the many chores necessary to provide the services we offer.

The Tulsa Dog Training Club is located at 6307 South 107th East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74133. Our facilities include a 12,000 square foot air-conditioned building with plenty of paved, lighted parking. The adjacent outdoor area on either side of the building is completely fenced. TDTC exists to promote the training of dogs, to conduct dog training classes, and to promote sportsmanship in the training and exhibition of dogs. The club conducts group obedience, agility, rally, nosework, and tricks training classes, from puppy kindergarten to the highest levels of competitive obedience and agility. TDTC hosts obedience and agility trials, and supports Paw Pals therapy group. Paw Pals members and their “Canine Good Citizens” visit local nursing homes & assisted living centers, children’s hospitals and group homes. TDTC members are a diverse group of dog owners. Interests range from competitive obedience, agility, rally, nosework, and tricks training, to Paw Pals therapy visits. Some even do it all! No matter what your goal, TDTC offers classes and activities for all to enjoy. Please feel free to look around a while.

Club Objectives

  • To promote the training of dogs and dissemination of knowledge regarding obedience training.
  • To conduct classes for the training of dogs and their handlers.
  • To hold and support obedience and agility trials, exhibitions and matches.
  • To promote cooperation and good sportsmanship in the training and exhibition of dogs.

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