Current Session: Monday, May 2 to Sunday, June 26, 2016
Port Chester Obedience Training Club (PCOTC)
We Teach You to Teach Your Dog
Celebrating 75 Years
In June, 2014 Port Chester Obedience Training Club begins its 75th year as the leading dog training club in the Tri-State area, culminating in the celebration of our 75th anniversary in June 2015. At our facility in White Plains, NY, we train in the companion dog sports of agility and rally, as well as obedience. Our Family Manners program aims to produce well-behaved dogs that are welcome in the family and the community. The club is quickly becoming a center for the popular, rapidly growing sport, K9 Nose Work.
Over these seven decades, our expertise in developing family dogs and Trial Champions has grown along with the variety of activities we offer.
Group classes are held during days, evenings and weekends. With over 60 classes scheduled each week, there are subjects, times and levels to fit almost everyone’s schedule. All breeds and mixed breeds are welcome in our training classes.
PCOTC is a member club of the American Kennel Club. As such, we are able to provide AKC-licensed Obedience, Rally, and Agility trials, as well as training matches. We invite experts to give seminars and workshops on a variety of subjects, from training techniques to canine health, to behavior issues. Our club meetings usually include an educational component.
Some dogs may require individual or in-house training before they're ready to participate in group training classes. Many of the club's instructors offer private training; call the club for details.
How we view dog training, in brief:
- A well-trained dog is a joy to live with.
- No matter what age your dog is, PCOTC will help your dog become a well-behaved family member.
- We teach you to teach your dog. This begins a lifelong bond.
- You'll learn to understand your dog's signals and body language.
- We use rewards and praise. Class is fun for both dog and owner.
- Our instructors are experienced with all kinds of dogs: puppies, adults, seniors, purebreds and mixed breeds.
We're easy to get to, just off Interstate 287 in White Plains, New York, six miles east of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Our students come from Westchester, Putnam, and Fairfield Counties, Manhattan and the Bronx, Northern New Jersey, and Long Island.
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The photos on the left were taken at PCOTC events over the past six years by Liza Wallis Margulies. Go to www.pbase.com/snootydog/pcotc to view more PCOTC images.