OKLAHOMA CITY OBEDIENCE TRAINING CLUB
Compete in OKLAHOMA's First TWO AKC Scent Work Trials!
Hosted by OCOTC
LEARN TO TRAIN YOUR DOG!
OCOTC has continuously conducted classes in dog obedience training since its formation in 1952. We focus on all levels of obedience training for all dogs.AKC Obedience Regs
WHY CHOOSE to Train with US?
Oklahoma City Obedience Training Club (OCOTC) has been training people to train their dogs for over 60 years. Every instructor past and present at OCOTC training classes is a volunteer. They volunteer because they are passionate about the well-being of the dogs in their community.
Nearly every recognized breed of dog has been through the school, from pure bred champions to those of doubtful parentage (mixed breed), and a percentage of those graduating from the novice course have continued into advanced work, eventually earning AKC (American Kennel Club) degrees.
Classes are held at the OCOTC Training Facility,
6629 NW 23rd
OCOTC focuses on the encouragement of interest in Obedience training and showing of all breeds of dogs; the holding of classes for the purpose of instructing individuals in the proper procedures of training them to train their dogs in obedience; and the encouragement and holding of Obedience Trials under the rules and regulations of the American Kennel Club (AKC).
The club is a not-for-profit organization.
A Therapy Program provides training for volunteer dogs and handlers for doing therapy work in local hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and shelters and for disaster relief.
ThLast year the older UKC website (by the way I really like the look of the new website) listed one of the criteria of forming a new Nosework club as having: 10 members, 5-members who have titled dogs in Nosework, or attending Nosework classes would qualify also.e OCOTC Scholarship Program
Provides some financial relief for a veterinary student at Oklahoma State University who is in their third year of Vet School.