About Attercliffe Dog Training
Attercliffe Dog Training Club has been running for over 30 years. It remains our aim to provide dog owners with support and the instruction on how to achieve a well behaved and well balanced dog.
We are staffed by volounteer dog lovers who have become part of our committee through their attendance at ADTC and their love of dogs.
Some of us have progressed to become dog trainers and also pet First Aiders. We work as a team to help you get the most out of your pet dog. We welcome members suggestions and have recently made changes to the way we assess dogs to reflect the needs of our members.
John Nicholson Chairman
Is Your Pooch Street Legal ?
Control of Dogs Order 1992: Every dog while on a public highway or place of public resort must wear a collar with the name & address of the owner inscribed on it, or a plate, badge or tag attached to it.
Don't Forget, it will be compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped from 6th April 2016.
ADTC are authorised distributors of Red Dingo dog and cat tags. See a selection of our designs below
TestimonialsWhat our dog owners say
"ADTC deserve the highest recommendation. Having visited several local training clubs it was refreshing to find one dedicated solely to obedience training. Club nights are conducted in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with plenty of help and advice available from the approachable and very knowledgeable trainers. If you are looking for help training your dog, whether general obedience or a more specific problem, ADTC can help."
"Jarvis is our 18 month old Cocker Spaniel, who started training 3 months ago.He had grieving issues, and thanks to Carl who diagnosed him and the rest of the team he's come on leaps and bounds. Tonight he's received his begginers certificate and now moved up to novice class A big thank you to a fantastic friendly dog training school."
"Excellent progress in my dogs behaviour because of this amazing dog training school and friendly trainers! Such a lovely atmosphere would recommend to anyone looking to train their dog!."