Puppies as young as 4 months can start training

Enrolment

CURRENTLY THE CLUB ONLY ACCEPTS CASH OR CHEQUE PAYMENT – THERE ARE NO CREDIT CARD OR EFTPOS PAYMENT FACILITIES.

New!!  NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION NIGHT

Updated Sunday 22/01/2023: The club hopes to hold our next new member orientation night in the last week of February 2023 at the Owen Street, Glendenning grounds.  Please watch this website for updates confirming when the next intake will be, along with a link to register to attend the new member orientation night. 

People wishing to attend are required to book at to attend, with a booking fee payable which will be credited towards your new membership.  Once registrations open you will be able to click here to book and pay for your space to attend the new member orientation night.  Please be aware that people who attend without making a booking may not be able to attend the orientation night due to space and seating limitations.  Attendance numbers are limited – please book early so you don’t miss out.

Please note: this night is for you to find out about how training works and to join our club.  There will be NO classes on the orientation night.  This night is for people only.  Do not bring your dog on this night. 

Training fees for a single person membership with one dog starts at $60, with additional people or dogs increasing the cost.  Pensioner or junior (12-17 years) memberships start at $40 with additional people or dogs increasing the cost.  Those people wishing to join at a pension rate are required to show their pension card. These fees will carry your membership through to 30 June 2023 with no additional training fees to pay.

Please remember your dog MUST be at least 4 months old and have had all its vaccinations prior to joining the club.  You can’t start part way through the month after your dog turns 4 months – please wait to attend the first New Member Orientation Night after your dog turns 4 months old.

Proof of Vaccinations – Dogs:  Please bring proof of up to date, full vaccinations for your dog to the orientation night.  Your dog will not be allowed on the grounds without this.

As we have limited space in the building, we request that no more than 2 people (13 years+) per household be booked to attend.  Children may attend only if absolutely necessary.  People who arrive for the meeting but have not booked through this system may not be admitted to the New Member Orientation Night.As we have limited space in the building, we request that no more than 2 people (13 years+) per household be booked to attend.  Children may attend only if absolutely necessary.

How to enrol:

New members orientations are usually held on a monthly basis, with the exception of JANUARY, MAY and DECEMBER at our training grounds. Dogs must be at least 4 months of age and must be fully vaccinated.

An orientation session is conducted for new members which commences at 7.30 pm. It is recommended that new members arrive by 7.20 pm as there is a small amount of paperwork that needs to be completed. Please do not bring your dog with you for this orientation session. You will need to bring your dog’s vaccination papers. For further information please contact the Club President via e-mail info@bktc.org.au

Included in your membership fee is the club’s magazine – ‘The Blacktown Bark’. This magazine is issued to members bi-monthly. If you would like to submit articles or advertise your business, please contact our publicity officer.

Tim with his dog “Chopper”
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