We are a collaborative obedience training club located in Crimora, VA, just north of Waynesboro. Our goal is to assist members to attain their training goals.
Our site includes general information about our club, scheduled classes, upcoming events, and other opportunities for club members and guests.
Please check the website often since events will be posted as they are scheduled.
W e l c o m e t o C D O T C!
Commonwealth Dog Obedience Training Club
Crimora Community Center 1648 New Hope Road Crimora, VA 22431
NEW WINTER CLASSES STARTING THE WEEK OF JANUARY 14 . THE SCHEDULE IS HERE Puppy Class: 7 PM Thursday evenings starting January 17
Beginner Pet Obedience: 6 PM Tuesday Evenings starting January 15 (Note time change)
Drop in Competition level class: 7 PM Tuesday Evenings
Open ring time: Thursdays until 7 PM
** C L U B N E W S ***
Meeting Schedule: First Monday, 6:30 pm in the Crimora classroom, unless specified otherwise
Member Meeting (prospects welcome): March, May, July, September, November
Board Meeting: February, April, June, August, October, December
Annual Picnic: In the Crimora Community Park behind the Center where we're having our classes. Date to be determined.
Annual Dinner: January
*** Current Training Overview ***
Please email our Training Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or if you have any questions.
First timers, please remember to bring a completed waiver (class registration) and health certificate!
Single classes are $10 each for non-members. Dogs should generally stay on leash and minors need to be accompanied by an adult.
We in our Crimora Community Center Training Room!
We'll have access to the Cafeteria MON-FRI till 2pm, and in the evenings TUESDAYS starting at 6pm.
Currently, some members are meeting Tuesday mornings to practice Rally, Obedience and anything else usually starting around 9am. If you're thinking about checking us out then, please have our Training Director get you in touch with someone from the group.
*** B R A G S *** to be updated...
Carol's Ryder earned his RN title!
Mo wins and earns the Preferred Novice Title at the Bouvier Show with Karin.
Renee & Jasmine passed the TDI test.
Linda's earned a bunch of ribbons at the GSPCA National Specialty in Kansas:
Monday Pippa qualified in 3 of 4 agility runs, earning her NAP title.
(IF I had known the rules better about the weave poles, we would
have had a jumpers title too.)
Tuesday Ember was third in her 12-18 sweepstakes class.
Wednesday Pippa earned UDX leg number 3 and won High Combined at
the supported trial with a second in utility and a first in Open. Ember
earned her second Rally leg with a 98 and first place.
Thursday Pippa missed a signal in Utility and was second in Open. Ember
earned her RN with a lovely, focused 100 run and first place. Ember and I
also showed in Futurity and placed third in her Senior bitch class!
Saturday at the banquet I was presented the GSPCA Versatility Advanced
award for my dearly departed Riley who became eligible last fall after a rule
change acknowledging his Retrieving Dog Certificate for water work as a
qualified hunting achievement. That was very special to me.
Anne's Jamie made it into the Brown Trout 2018 calendar. She's not only cover girl, but also March and June!
The first weekend of April was busy!
Linda - Ember made her Rally Novice debut on Saturday and she stunned me with lovely attention almost the entire course, winning first place with a score of 100, and somehow ending up High Scoring Rally dog for the first Rally trial of the day as well. I guess I will put her in Rally at our NSS next month! Saturday Pippa NQed her first class, utility, but qualified nicely in open. Then on Sunday, Pippa earned her second UDX leg with two nice classes.
Ellen - Rufus got his 9th leg towards his RAE with 99's in both Excellent and Advanced and a High Combined Score in the afternoon Rally Trial.
Jo Ann - Hope showed at the Shenandoah Valley KC show in conformation and got winners, BOW and Best OS, plus she got her first 2 points for her debut show on Saturday and won her class on Sunday. At Concord, she got a first in her class Saturday and winners reserve on Sunday.
Gayle - Score made his AKC herding debut Sunday. He got a perfect score from a judge who said she's hardly ever given a 100. That makes it even sweeter.
At the Lexington Agility trial, Anne & Slurpee earned their Open Jumpers title!
2/11 and 12 Karen and Mo competed in Preferred Novice. They started out with a 2nd and won the next day.
Linda shared that Tango finished his preferred utility title PUTD 2/11. He was a hoot in both classes and nearly NQed for moving forward too much on his signals. Pippa Qed twice but was not in the ribbons.
After busting Utility, Jan and Max earned their bonus UDX leg the next day 2/12.
Gayle and Bill went to Westminster to competed in Obedience.
Anne's Slurpee wore herself out being a good girl at the dog show the last weekend of January. She was Winners Bitch both days!
Dogs of the year 2016 and their new titles:
Harmony Mountain Gabriel BN, RN, CD
CH Darkwater All That Glitters RN AX AXJ NF JH WCX CGC
Shasta Red Medicine Woman NA OAJ JH WC CGC DJ
Belcanto Fly Away Sebastian BN CD
OTCH One Ash Mighty Max UDX OM2
Don't Keep Me In Suspense CGC
Darkside Score CD
OTCH HC Darkside's Broadway Play Bill UDX3 OM6 VER RN TD HXAs 2016 NOC 3rd Runner Up
UKC CH. Willow Acres What Was I Thinking RN, RATI, RATN, CA
Ch Sunrise Tangled Up In Blue UD PCDX OM1 VER RE JH NAP NJP, GSPCA VCA
Ch Shomberg’s Her Royal Hotness UD BN GN GO JH, GSPCA VC NAVHDA NA-I
Meadowhill’s Play With Fire JH, GSPCA NRD, NAVHDA NA-II
Stonehaven Bayshore Izon Ewe Jillideux RN
GCHB Statesman's Shenandoah Summer CD RE
CH Vom Red's Autumn Pearl CDX, BN, RE
WAY TO GO GUYS!