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All Breed Obedience Club is dedicated to the development of the canine/human bond. We encourage the following three aspects of dog ownership:

First, a dog can be a pet. All Breed offers Puppy, Beginning, and Intermediate/Canine Good Citizen classes intent primarily on teaching you to train your dog to be a good pet. These classes cover basic obedience, problem solving, canine psychology, and human/canine interaction.

Second, a dog can be a companion. All Breed's classes and working groups help develop the intelligence of your dog. These classes and practice groups reinforce your rapport with your dog and help you help your dog along the road to good citizenship.

Third, a dog can be a partner. It is the encouragement of this partnership that forms the core of All Breed's training philosophy. All Breed offers occasional competition classes. All Breed encourages human/canine interaction in all its forms. Monday night s All Breed's free Working Group allows trainers and their dogs to practice obedience exercises with other trainers. Several evenings are set aside for Show and Go's.


LIBRARY - All Breed maintains an extensive library of breed and training books, tapes, and videos. These are available for loan to All Breed members for a $2 per month fee.

Flyball - All Breed encourages active participation in all dog training activities. We have our own flyball team and are regular participants in other competitions.

ABOCI is a non-profit organization affiliated with the United Kennel Club. No club officials are paid. All proceeds from matches and classes go into club facilities, equipment and meeting expenses. Some of these proceeds are donated to dog related charities. Excess monies are returned to the membership through discounts and club functions, such as the Annual Awards Dinner, or to the public through additional trophies at our trials and other events.

GENERAL MEETINGS - All Breed holds its general meeting the third Monday of each month. The meetings consist of a business session, refreshments, and members' "brag" donations.


All Breed holds classes Monday nights at Allied Gardens Recreation Center. Feel free to join us. There are several benefits to working with us:

ON-DUTY TRAINER - Experienced All Breed members take turns performing as On-Duty Trainer. These trainers are available to answer questions, help with training problems, or just call you through the ring. There's always good advice at All Breed.

PRACTICE RING - Monday nights a practice ring can be set up. The ring may be used by members. Jumps are available, so the ring may be set up for any level of training.

TRAINING WITH OTHERS - Members are encouraged to practice together and form "spontaneous" group exercises as needed. Various club members show up and work at Allied Gardens on Monday afternoon/evening at various times depending on daylight hours.

CLASSES - All Breed offers regular Puppy, Beginning, Clicker and Intermediate/Canine Good Citizen classes taught by experienced trainers. Occasional competition classes are taught by top trainers and UKC and/or AKC obedience judges. Classes are inexpensive and members receive discounts on class fees.


All Breed holds U.K.C. Obedience Trials and A.K.C. Show & Goes each year. The trials are for those interested in obtaining U.K.C. Obedience titles. The Show & Goes are for practice and for enjoyment. To serve the serious competitor, All Breed selects judges with significant experience. We offer classes that will appeal to everyone. From Novice A to Utility, we make our trials and show & goes instructive for the participants and exciting for the spectators.


Our Annual Awards Dinner is special event for recognition of members’ accomplishments with their dogs. Obedience, Flyball, Agility, Herding, and other awards are proudly presented to members who have earned titles throughout the year. In order to qualify for A.B.O.C.I. Annual Awards, a member must ASSIST in at least TWO ABOCI EVENTS during the year previous to the Annual Awards presentations.

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Note: You must attend a General Meeting or commit to assist at 2 ABOCI events in order to become a new member. Your application will be held for 3 months. You may use the Club’s practice group privileges on Monday nights for 1 month after your application is received, pending club approval.

March 2013 Update

PDF File of ABOCI's Membership Application!
It contains the information above as well as membership fees and the address of our membership chairperson to mail it to.

Questions about becoming a member?
Email our Membership Chairperson.

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