What is SADTC?
San Antonio Dog Training Club is a group of people actively involved in training our dogs to be loving, well-behaved companions in the household. Some of our dogs and people go on and enjoy competing in the sport of dog obedience.
We offer obedience classes using positive motivational methods – clicker training.
We Train You to Train Your Dog.
Want to Learn How?
Winter classes will start in early January, 2023. Registration is now open.
Winter 2023 Class Schedule
- 1/09/23 Monday
- 6:30pm Basic Manners Class
- 7:30pm Intermediate, CGC prep
- 1/10/23 Tuesday
- 6:30pm Puppy Class
- 7:30pm Introduction to Scent Work
- 1/14/23 Saturday
- 9:00am Rally Excellent, Masters and Advanced
- 9:30am Rally Novice and Intermediate
- 1/21/2023 Saturday
- 11:30am Competitive Obedience
Where Are Classes Held?
Classes are held at 8650 Bandera Rd, San Antonio, TX 78250.
Here’s a map to our training site.
Interested in Our Fall Obedience and Rally Trials?
Our Obedience and Rally Trials were held November 12-13, 2022.
If you’d like to see some well-trained dogs in action, drop by the trials.
There’s location information on the premium list in the link below.
Have Questions for Us? Please Ask.
To reach SADTC, call 210.738.1030 and be sure to leave a message.
One of our volunteers will get back to you as soon as possible.
Or visit our contact page to send us a message.
We’d love to hear from you.
Our Most Popular Classes
Puppy Class: This course is for puppies 3 months to 6 months of age. Only 10 slots are available, first come, first serve. Puppies must have completed their first series of shots, plus their rabies vaccination. The focus is on getting you and your puppy off to a good start. Topics include housebreaking, chewing, jumping up, and basic commands such as sit, down, and come. No prerequisite class required.
Basic Manners: This course is for dogs that have not had any formal obedience training, regardless of age (puppies must have completed their first series of shots, plus their rabies vaccination). Topics covered include: walking on a loose lead, sit, down, and come. The class also covers dog management and control. At the end of the class, the handler should have a good understanding of how to teach their dog using positive reinforcement(clicker training)and the dog should understand the basic commands. No prerequisite class required.
Intermediate Manners/CGC Prep: This course expands on the basic class, but with more emphasis on using clicker training to teach various dog behaviors. Included is more work on loose lead walking, duration of sit and down, recall and fun dog tricks! Also covered are the ten exercises necessary to pass the AKC Canine Good Citizenship Test. This test is conducted the week after the class session is over. Prerequisite class is Basic Obedience.