Dog Clubs for Training your Greyhound
R2R believe one of the best ways to socialise your greyhound with other dog breeds is to attend a dog club.
Attending a dog club allows your greyhound to interact with other dogs in a safe and controlled environment, while taking it at a pace comfortable to you both.
Joining a dog club will enable you to learn effective strategies to establish boundaries and build a strong bond with your greyhound. Both of which are a necessity in dog ownership and will result in a confident and well behaved member of your family.
If you have adopted an R2R Greyhound and are experiencing any issues, then please contact the R2R Team for advice and if necessary a referral to our greyhound behavourist.
This list of Dog Clubs in Victoria are not endorsed by R2R, but simply listed here to encourage you to join a local Club with your new greyhound!
Click on the Club name to take you to their website or facebook page.
Eastern Suburbs Obedience Dog Club (Blackburn)
Keilor Obedience Dog Training Centre (Airport West)
Very accommodating of Greyhounds
Mornington Obedience Dog Club (Mt Eliza)
Mornington Peninsula Community Dog Club (Mt Martha)
Some R2R Greyhound Adopters attend their
Greyhound socialisation classes
Mountain District Dog Club (Knox)
Northcote Obedience Dog Club (Alphington)
Northern Obedience Dog Club (Aberfeldie)
Peninsula Obedience Dog Club (Tootgarook)
Sherbrooke Obedience Dog Club (Belgrave)
Southern Obedience Dog Club (Bangholme)
Southside Dog School (Cheltenham)
Warringal Obedience Dog Club (Macleod)
Westernport Obedience Dog Club (Cranbourne)
Wiltja Dog Obedience Club (Bundoora)
Gippsland Obedience Dog Club (Morwell)
Murray Valley Obedience Dog Club (Mildura)
Ovens Valley Canine Club (Myrtleford)
Warragul Dog Club (Darnum)