Playing it safe, in the ring and out

Playing it safe, in the ring and out

At TCOTC, our training is often fun and games. You and your dog having fun together helps to build a great relationship. Even better, our games are designed to teach your dog important behaviors that can help them successfully navigate common situations at home and in...
At TCOTC, diversity truly is our strength

At TCOTC, diversity truly is our strength

TCOTC Diversity: We respect and support diversity in people, dogs, ideas and activities. At TCOTC, diversity is one of our core values and is reflected in many aspects of our club. It is beautifully represented in the variety of our canine members. The TCOTC Diversity...
Flying High and Having Fun at TCOTC

Flying High and Having Fun at TCOTC

Lynnda Lenzen‘s dog Ringo is smiling for a reason. Ringo, like all dogs, lives for FUN, and participating in TCOTC classes and events offers plenty of opportunities for that. In fact, fun is a core value of TCOTC, and we do our best to encourage and incorporate...
TCOTC Builds Community

TCOTC Builds Community

We hope you have noticed the new graphics in TCOTC’s upgraded entryway! Each represents one of your Club’s Values: Community, Fun, Diversity, Learning, Leadership and Safety. The pictures feature actual club members, human and canine, representing TCOTC...
Bamse gets a job — as a Therapy Dog!

Bamse gets a job — as a Therapy Dog!

If you’ve ever met Bamse, the shaggy, bright-eyed Lhasa Apso who belongs to TCOTC member Berit Gerhardson, you won’t be at all surprised to learn that he recently became a registered Therapy Dog. He’s gentle and unflappable, greets everyone with a...
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...