Membership varies on a few factors including:
-single or family?
-standard or concession?
-what month you join?
-are you a Victorian Canine Association (VCA) member?

We train on Sunday mornings.

  • Our Orientation session is held at 8:30am on the first Sunday of the month (pre-registration essential).
  • The Foundation Course starts at 9:00am on the first Sunday of the month and runs for 4 weeks.  Pre-registration essential
  • Beginners and Intermediate Classes start at 10am.
  • The Advanced Classes currently start at 9am however, the format (eg. Class, Trial Ring etc) and / or start time for this class may change throughout the year (please check Calendar)

There is no training on weekends where there is a Public Holiday on either side of the weekend.  In addition, the Club closes for a summer break in the first week of December.  Classes resume the first Sunday in February in the following year.

Training is held on the athletics oval behind Westernport Secondary College. Entry is on High Street Hastings, opposite Villawood Drive (look for our sign at the entry gate).

Before your dog is accepted for training a vaccination certificate confirming your dog is vaccinated for Distempter, Hepatitis and Parvovirus (DHP) and showing that the due date for the next vaccination has not passed must be provided.  Puppies attending classes must, at minimum, have received their “First Puppy Vaccination” and, in addition to providing proof of vaccination at  time of joining must also provide the Club with a Vaccination Certificate after pup has received their “Final Puppy Vaccination”

  • 6-8 weeks – First puppy vaccination
  • 10-12 weeks – Booster vaccination
  • 14-16 weeks – Final puppy vaccination

Titre tests are accepted.  Vaccinations against canine cough and protection against heartworm is also recommended prior to training.

Unfortunately not.  Confirmation of payment together with proof of any concessions is required before making the trip to Club.  Payments can be made using PayPal or EFT (no additional cost to you).

All new members attend an introductory Orientation session and block of four Foundation Classes.  These classes are appropriate for dogs of all ages and, whether you are subsequently interested in obedience or flyball provide a wonderful opportunity for you and your canine companion to acclimate to often new and novel sights, sounds and scents of the Club environment.

Foundation blocks start on the first Sunday of every month and run for four weeks. After completion of the Foundation classes most new members will start their training journey in our Beginner’s classes.  That said, Instructors may immediately promote more experienced teams to an higher level and more appropriate level of class.

If you are your canine companion have a solid foundation of obedience or specialty (eg. Flyball) and wish to progress directly from Foundation to a level better suited to your dog’s skills (ie. not Beginners), please speak with your Instructor who can assess and promote more experienced teams to an higher level and more appropriate level of class.

We do not run a puppy school any more, however our Foundation Classes cater for puppies as well as older dogs.  Where numbers warrant (and subject to availability of Instructors) we may split Foundation Groups into younger and older dogs.

There is no additional fee to participate in weekly classes.

Not at all. We accept all dogs, no matter whether they are de-sexed or not. Bitches in oestrum are not permitted on Grounds.

Of course. As long as you can control your dog, you’re welcome. We can even provide you with a yellow ‘space coat’ that lets other owners know to give you and your best mate some extra room and not approach without checking with you first.