Welcome to the New England Dog Training Club!!

 
NEDTC is an obedience club dedicated to teaching people all aspects of dog training, and promoting responsible dog ownership. We welcome owners of mixed-breed, purebred, as well as non-registered dogs into all of our classes. We believe that positive, basic obedience training builds a relationship with your dog that allows clear communication and trust, and each of our classes works toward the goal of establishing and building that relationship in a fun and rewarding way.  
 
 
6/20/2019:
If it rains (we'll decide by 4pm):

Puppy K and the rain averse!  Puppy K will be doing facebook live.  For more advanced dogs, it never hurts to go back to some fundamentals!Everyone Else:  We'll be doing rainy walks at Danehy park!  Meet in the New St. Parking lot at 6:30 or 7:15.  Your dog needs a walk anyway, and training walks are fun!  
 
For updated info, engagement with club members, cute puppy photos, and more, check out our club on INSTAGRAM and updates on our FACEBOOK PAGE  
 
Summer Session Info:
6:30 Step 1, Step 2/3/4 Combo Class 
7:00 Puppy Class
7:15 Step 1 and Step 2/3/4 Combo Class.
 
Classes held just beyond the Danehy Dog Park. Follow the walking path past the New Street Entrance/Parking Lot, walk past the dog park, walk about 50 yards, and we'll be on the field to the left. 
 
Continuing Students
 

2019 Membership Drive

click here for membership info 

 
 

Register for Classes

I am already a student!

Questions?  email info@nedtc.org (preferred)

or call: 617-868-1713 (but really you want to email)

Summer Classes at Danehy Park

 Summer Classes at Danehy Park!  
 
Take advantage of the summer weather to practice outside with your dog! 
 

Summer Step 2 and up for current students will begin June 13 -- choose either 6:30pm or 7:15pm as your start time, we meet in the field around the corner from the dog park at Danehy!  This is drop in -- No registration necessary!  Make sure you follow us on facebook and watch the website if it seems like it's going to storm! 
 
Parking:  Park at New Street and walk on the sidewalk past the dog park.  Our field is on the left around the corner!  (near the orange blob in the picture - Meadow Marsh)