Check Out Companion Dog Club!

By on March 16, 2015

A couple weeks ago we introduced you to Go Dogs! Inc, a really great non-profit pet training facility. It is our goal to provide you with as many pet options as possible, because one place may not work for you while another might. Recently, we heard of another non-profit dog training facility and wanted to introduce you to them as well. Meet Companion Dog Club.

Companion Dog Club is a non-profit dog training facility run by volunteers in the Omaha and Council Bluffs area. The club was established in 1959, making them the oldest obedience club in the Omaha-Council Bluffs area. From modest to prospering, Companion Dog Club, has really come a long way during its lifetime.

Here’s a snippet from Companion Dog Club’s website:

“From puppy kindergarten to advanced training, we offer several levels of classes aimed at a variety of needs: from the pet owner who
wants a well mannered member of their household to the person preparing to compete in the obedience ring. In addition to our obedience classes, we also offer agility classes. Most of our classes are taught by instructors who have trained their own dog(s) to an obedience and/or agility title.

Although Companion is primarily an obedience training organization, many members are involved in other activities with their dogs. The club has an active Flyball team and is supporting agility training. Other members participate in field work, conformation, den trials, herding tests, tracking, lure coursing, and pet-facilitated therapy.”


Click here to check out their variety of classes. Check out their calendar while you’re at it.

All the classes are held at the facility located at 10803 No. 72nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska. They meet once a week for an hour, unless otherwise specified. Classes typically run around $70, members receive $10 off.

To learn more about being a member visit their about page.

“Like Pets In Omaha, it is also our mission to serve the Omaha, Council Bluffs pet community. It’s so important for pet owners to get their puppies into classes as early as possible. We train people to train their canines,” says Jo Ann from Companion Dog Club.

Like them on Facebook and share with anyone that may be in need of some puppy training! We’ll continue to bring you great pet places like this so you can enjoy everything our community has to offer.




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