About Metro Dog Obedience Club
Metropolitan Dog Obedience Club welcomes all handlers from all ages and all areas of skill. It is our mission to teach you how to teach your dog to become a welcomed member of society. Our instructors are volunteers and each has a passion for dog behaviour and obedience, which we are willing to share with our prospective handlers.
Our committee and members are bound by our Constitution.
A copy of which can be viewed HERE
President - Aldo
Vice President - Mark
Secretary - Wendy
Treasurer - Lisa
Jess, Helen, Holly
Training Coordinator - Mark/John
Trial Secretary for Obedience - Marnie/Kym
Trial Manager - To be advised proir to trials
Trophy Officer - Marnie
Equipment Officer - Marnie
Publicity Officer - Jess
Metro actively participates and encourages our members to compete in every discipline of Dog Sports. Currently we have members competing in Conformation, Obedience, Rally-O, Agility, Jumping, Retrieving, Tracking, Endurance, Herding and Dancing with Dogs.
Our club is staffed by volunteers, people who have started out in Class 1 with their first dog and have demonstrated a flair and love of teaching others. When looking for an Instructor the Training Coordinator looks for someone showing an ability to communicate, a willingness to demonstrate and, most importantly, a love of learning. Please remember all of our Instructors are volunteers and are here for the love of dogs. Please treat them with respect. Metro actively participates and encourages our members to compete in every discipline of Dog Sports. Currently we have members competing in Conformation, Obedience, Rally-O, Agility, Jumping, Retrieving, Tracking, Endurance, Herding and Dancing with Dogs.
Our Life Members are nominated by the members and it is an honour awarded to someone within the club who has been a member for over 6 years and have given continual service to the Club, above and beyond what is normally expected. We thank you.
Fiona Hammond was elected as Councillor for the ward of Marchant in 2008. Prior to being elected to Council, Cr Hammond has worked professionally, in real estate and the service industry, including five-star hotels. Having young children has helped Fiona understand the importance of creating a quality environment for families. That is why she has campaigned for solutions to local crime and drug problems, and initiated efforts to improve a local shopping strip.She has been actively involved in the local community for a number of years and is working hard to improve local roads, parks and infrastructure.Following the recent election, Fiona was appointed Deputy Chairperson of the Environment, Parks & Sustainability Committee. She was also appointed to sit on the Finance, Economic Development & Administration Committee.Fiona has previously sat on the Public and Active Transport and Economic Development Committee and was the Deputy Chairperson of the Families and Community Services Committee.d edit me. It's easy.