Staff Profile: Jane Jacobson

Staff Profile: Jane Jacobson

Obedience training is the engine that drives TCOTC, and Jane Jacobson is the engineer that drives the Obedience Department. As Obedience Department Head, Jane’s job includes everything from developing curriculum, scheduling classes, training and supervising...
Become a Friend of TCOTC

Become a Friend of TCOTC

A message from Board President Stephen Dent Dear TCOTC Member: I’m excited to introduce you to our new Friends of TCOTC Program in which you can choose to support the mission and values of TCOTC with a financial contribution over and above your annual membership...
TCOTC members hold our values dear

TCOTC members hold our values dear

A message from our board president: Over the six years I have been a member of TCOTC, I have been consistently impressed by the values our members and staff demonstrate every day. I’ve seen it when our instructors place the safety of our dogs and their humans...
High Spirits Flyball Team Promotes Community at TCOTC

High Spirits Flyball Team Promotes Community at TCOTC

Flyball: It’s loud! It’s exciting! It’s fun! But what is it? Flyball is a team dog sport that is run like a relay race. Typically two teams of four dogs race against each other from a start/finish line, jumping over hurdles to a box that releases a...
Youths learn positive training through 4-H

Youths learn positive training through 4-H

Part of TCOTC’s mission as a nonprofit club is to serve the community. One way we do this is by hosting the Hennepin Heelers, the 4-H dog training club for Hennepin and Ramsey county youth in grades 3 through 12. Throughout the year, these young people and their...