Lilac City Dog Training Club is a dog training and obedience organization based in
Spokane, Washington. The club is located at 1612 East Houston Ave,
Spokane, WA 99217. We provide popular dog training and obedience
classes ranging from Puppy Kindergarten through Advanced Obedience, Young Dog
Obedience and Small Dog Obedience, Introduction
to Agility, Rally, and Conformation. Many of our classes help people
prepare to show their dogs in AKC and UKC shows and trials.
Our experienced instructors focus their time and expertise to help
you train your dog. Our methods are praise positive, dog-friendly, fun and
effective. Lilac City Dog Training Club is a UKC-affiliated, non-profit,
volunteer dog training and obedience club.
Lilac City Dog Training Club members include AKC judges, and
experienced handles that actively compete in dog sports. Our members have
earned advanced titles on their dogs in obedience (Obedience Trial Champion),
agility (Masters Agility Champion), rally (Rally Advanced Excellent), tracking
(Tracking Dog), earthdog (Master Earthdog) and conformation (Grand Champion and
International Champion). Our members have a broad base of skills to help
your dog become all it can be from a better family member to a titled star.
"We train you to train your dog."
Click here for
our UKC November 2014 Premium!
Breaking news! Due to popular demand AKC Conformation Class will
be offered on Mondays at 5 pm. Please call Sheila at (509) 218-5962
between 10 am and 7 pm to register. Conformation Drop-in are also welcome.
Our Fall Classes have started. The next registration
will be in January 2015. Please check back for dates and times to register
for a winter class. You will be asked to provide your dog's shot records in
order to take a class.
If you have any questions please call Sheila at (509) 218-5962 between
10 am and 7 pm.
Sorry, no credit cards; LCDTC can
only accept checks or cash. It is a sweet deal at $50 for 8 weeks.
Your dog deserves a good education. Cool dogs go to school!
For more information on
the Fall Class Schedule, plus details about our classes, visit our
Note: For insurance reasons and the safety of your child, our students and
their dogs no children under 12 years are allowed in class. Two adults
should accompany children under 10 years of age - one to train the dog and one
to supervise the child. There is absolutely
NO running around by
children allowed in
the training building as this is unsafe and can elevate the stress levels in the
Are you having trouble finding that prefect
gift for someone with a dog? How about a gift certificate for a fun class
at Lilac City Dog Training Club. Please call Kathy at (509) 362-4668 for
City Dog Training Club holds four United Kennel Club obedience and rally trials a year
(two in June and two in November). The Club offers great prizes, food and
raffle! The next UKC Trials
will be November 1st and 2nd.
Click here for the November 2014 Premium.
Note: Day of Trial entries are going up to $25 for each licensed event,
with no discount for 2nd entry. So get the great deal and be sure to pre-enter
before the close date of Saturday, October 25th.
Click here to view the November Trial Flyer containing important trial
information. But my dog is trained for AKC trials.
What are the differences between UKC and AKC obedience trials?
For the answers
Note: There are UKC obedience rule changes that took effect January 1,
Click here for a link to the rule book.
is offered at LCDTC's UKC
Trials! For more
information on UKC Rally.
Thanks to everyone that organized, entered, worked and donated to the
June 2014 UKC Trials. Please mark your calendar for LCDTC's UKC Trials
on November 1st and 2nd.
Click here for
the UKC Entry Form (August 2014 Version).
To compete at these trials dogs must be registered with the United Kennel Club.
Part of UKC's mission is to have events where all
dogs can compete. In addition to their purebred dog registry, United Kennel Club
offers a Limited Privilege program. The Limited Privilege is open to all dogs
that are spayed/neutered. This includes mixed breed dogs, and purebred dogs of
unknown pedigree. Click on the below link and look for Limited
Click here to
link to UKC Registration Information on forms and fees. Note: dogs
with a Limited AKC Registration will need to send in three pictures with the UKC
Registration form. See form instructions for detailed information about
here to get UKC Dog Event Rules.
Did you know...?
Lilac City Dog Training Club was established in 1975. Wow, that's a lot
in dog years!
Did you know...?
Rally is now an official event right up there with Agility and Obedience. If you haven't already,
you'll want to get signed up for one of our spring Rally classes so you and your dog are ready. New to Rally? Have a look
at our Intro to Rally page to learn more. Class schedule Information for Rally
and our other spring dog training classes is available
Did you know...?
Lilac City Dog Training Club offers free phone consultations to help with any unwanted dog behavior? Feel free to call the club for
advice, tips, and other help. Our number is (509) 487-9542.
What's Up for Pups!
LCDTC Fun Matches
Practice matches are available for club members and current students.
for our Rally practice schedule. Be sure to RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org if
you plan to attend.
LCDTC's next UKC Trials will be November 1st and
2nd. For a great deal be sure to pre-enter. The pre-entry fee
is still $20 for the first dog and the 2nd entry fee will be $15
(Pre-entry ONLY, same dog, same day, either
obedience or rally). Day of Trial entries are going up to $25 for each
licensed event, with no discount for 2nd entry.
Click here for November 2014 UKC Premium.
2014 Winter Session of AKC's Star Puppy Basics
Here to See Who Passed.
Canine Good Citizen (CGC) is now an AKC Title.
CGC Tests are offered by and at LCDTC.
Please check with your instructor regarding how to sign up for the next CGC
Here to See Who Passed!
It is cool to go
to dog school.
Club Meetings are the 1st Thursday of the
month at 7 pm (no meetings are held during July and August).
"Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our life whole." Roger