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The broad jump, an advanced skill you will learn
in club training.

Why should I continue to train after my basic skills class?

   As a member of the Berks County Dog Training club, you are entitled to come out and train on Thursday nights after completing your basic skills class for the rest of the calendar year.
   You can build upon the basic skills you have developed in class and engage in competition, meet other dog enthusiasts and enjoys the various events the club puts on such as a Halloween Party with prizes for costumes (dogs and people), a Christmas party (people only), an awards banquet (people only) and club picnic (dogs and people).
   We have established a fun committee to come up with additional ideas for extra club activities.
   The club has monthly Member Matches and there are year-end awards for the dog and person team that wins the most matches.
   The club also holds yearly Obedience, Rally and Agility trials. You can gain the skills to compete in these events.


Novice training at the Berks County 4-H Community Center.

Leroy Frey competes in the 2010 obedience trial.


The Berks County Dog Training Club was founded in 1946 as a not-for-profit organization with the purpose of training you to train your dog. To this day we continue with that same purpose. Through the years we have grown to a membership of several hundred people. We are a very active group with many dedicated volunteers who would welcome the opportunity to "train you to train your dog."
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