OCTOBER 25th 2022 Last agility session for the season.


SEPTEMBER 20th 2021 Our training night will be TUESDAY.  We are sorry for the inconvenience - this decision was out of our control.


AUGUST 2021 We are reopening Obedience and Puppy Socialisation in September (see Obedience for full details), back at the Robert Smyth Academy Sports Hall.


APRIL 2021

Discussions have been held about reopening the club (Agility, mainly) and we have decided that it is not practical to do this until 17th May when the social contact rules will hopefully change to allow groups of up to 30 meeting outdoors.  We will therefore be starting Agility after 17th May at Pete's Farm (day to be announced).

We will attempt to start Obedience at the same time providing we have an outside location we can use (possibly the show ground will be available) 

In the longer term, we are hoping to turn the club back into a more social club this year as we found the large hall at the school too big, too expensive (so we had to run more classes), too impersonal, and very hard work so it lost a lot of the fun that a dog club should have.  We are looking for a new location in Harborough so if you know of any halls that might let us use their facilities please let us know. In the mean time brush up on your trainning ready for May and stay safe.


Trial run at new venue 03 September 2019:

Puppy Socialisation 7:00-7:30pm

Intermediate & Advance Obedience 7:15-8:00pm


The first night with all classes at the new venue will be 17 September 2019

Robert Smyth Academy Sports Hall
Burnmill Road
Market Harborough
LE16 7JG

Tickets: 10 for members, 20 for non-members
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Junior Winner!

Bolsover & District Canine Society

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Fun Dog Show at Lubenham Scarecrow Weekend

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27 June - Turkish Night at Obedience

A great success with £60 being raised for Race for Life


Important message from the Kennel Club: "Don't Cook Your Dog"





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