Mornington Peninsula Community Dog Club (MPCDC)
We teach you how to train and have fun with your dog.
Dog Training & Puppy Classes - Mount Martha
Whether you're starting out with a puppy, or recently taken on a rescue or re-homed dog, Mornington Peninsula Community Dog Club can help you become a perfect partnership.
Join us on Saturday mornings at Citation Reserve, Mount Martha for a morning of fun and learning with your dog.
If you are new to the club, you are welcome to drop in to see our club in action before you commit to joining.
Or if you want to join in training with your dog, please complete our online memebership process before attending class.
Our current Dog Training Classes include...
- Puppy Classes
- Beginner Dog Training
- Intermediate Dog Training
- Advanced Dog Training
- Rescue Greyhounds
Dog Training which is more than Sit, Stay, & Wait
We create a positive learning environment which is important for your dog’s success and fun, and shows that learning doesn’t have to be boring or involve repetitive skills.
We use only positive rewards-based training methods to develop your communication with your dog, and improve your dog’s impulse control. Games and exercises help both dogs and their owners make good behaviour fun and strengthen the bond between you and your dog.
We provide a proven method of staged dog training
Puppies are taught loose leash walking, basic obedience exercises such a sit, drop and stand. Emphasis on social skills is an important part of this early training. Puppy behaviour is also covered along with any puppy problem behaviour that may arise.
All new members, other than puppies, will start in one of our beginner classes where we cover the basics of training. This includes communication with your dog, fundamental skills and socialisation training. We use a variety of activities and games to help your dog learn and develop these skills.
There is no set time to spend in our beginner classes. Our Instructors continually assess you and your dog and will move you to the next class when they feel you and your dog would most benefit. And like for our puppies, socialisation is encouraged as part of our dog training program.
These classes are set at a variety of levels to accommodate the needs of dogs as they learn and grow. The aims are to develop your dog’s skills in increasingly challenging ways, including working with distractions, recalls, stays and waits, resisting temptations, and working towards your dog being able to work off lead.
The correct training equipment is important. If you require any assistance on which collars and leads are appropriate for you and your dog the MPCDC shop has a range of equipment at competitive prices
What our members say
How the Mornington Peninsula Community Dog Club has changed lives? Hear it from some of our past and newest members.
The trainers were amazing and have helped us so much.
“Dog Training is all about trust, friendship, and of course fun!”