Vallejo Dog Training Club

Voted Best Dog Training in the Region for 2006 by Solano Magazine.
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The Vallejo Dog Training Club has been of service to dogs and their owners since October 12, 1949.  In addition to our ongoing dog training classes, the club hosts annual dog training competitions and workshops, and our members participate in many other fun canine events. The club held its first AKC-sanctioned Obedience Trial on June 18,1950, at Corbus Field at Vallejo High.


The 1951 Obedience Trial was held at the Solano County Fairgrounds, and all subsequent trials have been held at this location. VDTC is an AKC affiliate club and a member of the AOCNC - Associated Obedience Clubs of Northern California.


We are a non-profit organization with community services being a high priority and are proud to maintain two memorial scholarships at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California - Davis. The Beckye Austin Scholarship is given annually for a deserving student, in the area of small animal medicine, who resides in Solano or Napa counties, and the Neva Corboff Memorial Scholarship is given annually to a deserving student who is from the State of California. 


Some of the other local projects we have been involved with include:

  • Holding supply drives for the Benicia Vallejo Humane Society.
  • Donation drive for Solano County Animal Control.
  • Donations to BVHS Microchip and Spay/ Neuter Clinic. 
  • Donating agility equipment for the Vallejo PD Canine Unit.
  • Purchasing animal respiratory masks for the Vallejo Fire Dept.
  • Providing CGC certification testing for 4-H and dog rescue groups.

Join us for our FREE Intro to Dog Training Class Tuesday's at 8:15p.  No need to register, just come and join us for a 1 hour class that will teach you how dogs learn, how to improve your communication skills and get you started on the path to being a great dog trainer!

Our new facility in Benicia is at: 4740 East 2nd Street  #32  - Second door on the left building

Obedience Sanctioned "OC" and Rally "RC" Matches

08/03/2014 9:30 am

 SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 2014 - 9:30 AM Start

Obedience Sanctioned "OC" and Rally "RC" Matches

OBEDIENCE CLASSES: Novice, Open, Utility, Non-regular

RALLY CLASSES: Novice, Advanced, Excellent

OBEDIENCE AND RALLY PRE-ENTRY (closes on July 27) per dog $14.00 or 2 for $21.00

LATE ENTRY (after July 27, 2014): $17.00 per class

Laurel Creek Park, Fairfield

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Veterinary Pro's Wanted!

If you are a veterinary professional we would love it if you join us for a free 4 week dog training class!

Enrollment may be limited so call to let us know what class you would like to attend and we'll be happy to provide you with more info!

Daytime Rally Class Starts Thursday 3/6/2014


Join us for afternoon Rally Novice, Advanced and Excellent run thru's starting Thursday 3/6/2014. 

To register for Rally, please contact Joan Constantine at

This class may be rescheduled if attendance is low, check in with Joan to confirm you are coming.

Dynamic Training for Connection, Precision & Fluency Sun 2/9/14

VDTC welcomes Maria Christensson, CPDT, DK & Barbara Dwyer, BS, Animal Behavior CBCC-KA, CPDT-KSA, CAP2 who will be presenting a seminar at the Vallejo Dog Training Club on Sunday 2/9/14.

Dynamic Training for Connection, Precision & Fluency



Maria Christensson, CPDT, DK is an elite obedience competitor from Denmark. She's trained with the finest trainers in Scandinavia including Asa Jacobsson and Anna Simonsson of Canis, Sweden, Christina Ingerslev and Karen Strandbyggard Ulrich of Hund & Traening, DK and Maria Brandel, Sweden. Maria's techniques develop team contact, precision and fluency.

Barbara Dwyer, BS, Animal Behavior CBCC-KA, CPDT-KSA, CAP2 has trained with many exceptional US and European trainers and canine experts. She is an expert in canine behavior and learning. She can help you plan, train and assess performance like a professional.

Registration is $90 for a working spot (limited to 15 teams) or $75 for auditors. Registrations close on February 4th.

Phone Dave Gaunt 707-745-3688 or email questions to

Download the Seminar flyer here.