Members must log in by clicking LOGIN button above right see Member's only content!
See CDTC on WTVI Carolina Impact Watch the video clip
Please note that we will be following all State and Local Covid-19 Restrictions and Recommendations and masks will be required when inside the building
Watch for Winter Class Session Information - Registration will be in December and Classes will start in January 2022
The Fall Class session was a great success! We had beautiful weather for our Agility Trial and CAT event. Congratulations to all the teams who passed the TDI (Therapy Dog International Test) and the CGC (Canine Good Citizens Test). Thank you to all who volunteered to make these tests a success! We will have Winter Session registration in December and classes will start in January. We have volunteer opportunities for our Obedience and Rally trial this month as well as our Scentwork Trial in December. Enjoy your time off and we look forward to seeing everyone for classes in January
Welcome to Charlotte Dog Training Club
The Charlotte Dog Training Club (CDTC) has been serving the needs of Charlotte area dog owners since 1955 by promoting responsible dog ownership through obedience training, turning our canine friends into good citizens. The club's outreach has grown considerably since the early days.
CDTC offers puppy socialization, pet beginner, and advanced beginner classes for those looking to help their companion dogs be the best pet they can be.
Dog owners of all types find a supportive, encouraging atmosphere. Whether your interest is in competition Obedience, Rally, Agility, Tracking, or just gaining better control of your dog, our experienced and knowledgeable instructors can help.
Our obedience and rally classes are taught in a convenient and spacious, heated, fully matted, indoor facility with loads of well-lit parking just outside the door. Our Agility classes are taught outdoors, in a safe, fully lighted and fenced agility field.
Piedmont Kennel Club Showplace
13607 Choate Circle, Charlotte, NC 28273
Recent forum updates