Bakersfield Obedience Training Club (BOTC) was founded in 1961 by a group of people who saw the need for a local club whose primary interest was obedience training for dogs. Today the Bakersfield Obedience Training Club continues that vision by promoting responsible dog ownership in Kern County. We offer obedience classes to the public, support worthwhile dog-related charities, and offer weekly informal competition obedience practices. We also sponsor annual AKC-licensed Obedience and Rally Trials, and maintain an agility field for club members’ use.
Belgian Tervuren Club of
The Belgian Tervuren Club of Southern California is devoted to the love and advancement of the Belgian Tervuren dog breed. The Belgian Tervuren Club of Southern California (BTCSC) includes members from Central California, Southern California, and Arizona.
The Buenaventura Dog Training Club was formed in 2001 to serve the canine community in Ventura County California.
California Handlers Advanced Obedience School (CHAOS)
The purpose of C.H.A.O.S. is to demonstrate that the dog, as a companion of man, can be a respected member of the community, and can be trained and conditioned to always behave in the home, in public places, and in the presence of other dogs in a manner that reflects favorably on the owner and the dog.
Founded in 1971, C.H.A.O.S. is an integral part of the Southern California dog obedience realm and of the community at large, offering obedience classes to the general public, training assistance to competitive handlers, and obedience-related services to help our canine companions become assets to the community.
Hidden Valley Obedience Club of North San Diego County, Inc., was founded in 1986 with a mission to promote responsible ownership of companion dogs and participation in dog obedience sport activities. HVOC advocates positive communication, care and training of companion dogs by promoting maximum physical and mental well-being of the dog with proper fit into the family environment.
Lomita Obedience Training Club (LOTC) is a nonprofit dog training club run by volunteers and is located in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, California. We have been providing companion dog training and competitive sports dog training to the community since 1954.
Norco All Breed
The Norco All Breed Obedience Club was founded in 1998 by a bunch of Dog enthusiast like you, who wanted to do stuff with their K9 companions. Most of our membership are just people looking to have fun with their dogs.
Our membership we has members that compete in Obedience, Agility, Rally, Dock Diving, Sent/Nose Work, Confirmation, and Herding.
We host two Annual Show & Go’s a year both with Obedience 3 levels, Agility Fun ring, Rally Obedience with two nested courses, and Canine Good Citizen Evaluations 2 levels, if that is not enough, we also do Trick Dog Evaluations 4 levels. Plus, a Raffel with great prizes.
Pasanita is proud of its history. It is a non-profit organization and a member of the American Kennel Club. Its mission is to foster and promote the training of dogs and to conduct obedience trials and matches under the rules of the American Kennel Club. The Trials and Matches are held each year at Brookside Park, Pasadena. Any profits derived by the club are donated to the Pasadena Humane Society where Pasanita holds a Life Membership.
Pasanita Obedience Club, the west’s oldest obedience club, was first organized in 1940 as a dog training class and was called the Santa Anita Obedience Club. They held no regular meetings and collected no membership dues beyond the small fee for training. The Club was later re-organized and established as a separate unit from the training class. At the time of the re-organization the name was changed to Pasanita Obedience Club – a combination of the former name of Santa Anita and the city of Pasadena.
Santa Ana Valley
Santa Ana Valley Kennel Club is one of the oldest and most esteemed dog clubs west of the Mississippi river. Established in 1950, SAVKC has hosted over 120 AKC all breed dog shows. We are committed to the advocacy for the purebred dog as a family companion, advancement of canine health and well-being, protection of the rights of all dog owners and promotion responsible dog ownership.
Southwest Obedience Club
Southwest Obedience Club of Los Angeles, Inc. (SWOC) is an all-breed dog club founded in 1947 with a mission to foster and promote the training, care, handling and exhibiting of dogs. We are a member of the American Kennel Club, and are a non-profit corporation. Any profits derived by the club are donated to the animal welfare organizations, such as, AKC Canine Health Foundation, Guide Dogs of America and Canine Companions for Independence.