The Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club was founded in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1963. Today, it is a comprehensive training club that has been teaching people how to train their dogs for over fifty years. As an all-volunteer organization, we thrive on the support of our members and the love we all share for our dogs.
The Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club is an American Kennel Club (AKC) sanctioned club that offers both AKC obedience and agility trials several times throughout the year.
The Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club has an active membership of over 100 people and their dogs, many of whom are active in a wide variety of dog related activities including obedience, agility, flyball, tracking, and therapy dog work. We are very proud of the accomplishments of our members, several of whom hold national titles in obedience and agility. Several of these members share their expertise with our students actively teaching obedience and agility classes at Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club.
Our instructors at the Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club are committed to excellence in teaching you to train your dog. We offer classes from Puppy Manners to beginning, intermediate, advanced, and competition-ready classes for obedience, agility, and flyball.
We are committed to training and mentoring the next generation of dog fanciers, and offer 4-H programs in obedience and agility. Each summer the Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club hosts and judges a 4-H obedience and agility competition at the Lancaster County Fair. We also host an obedience and agility competition at the Lancaster County Fair for non 4-H members and adults.
At the Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club we are passionate about dogs! Please contact us with your questions and needs. We also welcome you and your dog to stop by our training facility at 5740 Johanna Road and check us out.
Thank you for your interest in Greater Lincoln Obedience Dog Club!
Our building is located at 5740 Johanna Road, Lincoln, Nebraska.
The general club rules are:
Contact your instructor and tell him/her what you forgot. Generally, someone is at the club Monday thru Thursday in the evening. You can also call the club phone 402-464-6529 and ask if someone will be there so that you can pick up your items.
At this time the building is not open for practice, for agility or obedience. It can be arranged with individuals who have a key to open and lock up after practice.
Yes, if there is an open ring you can come in and practice. Unless the agility instructor also teaches/trains in obedience, you will be training on your own.
No. Intact males and unaltered females are welcome, however females actively in heat are discouraged from the club even if wearing a diaper.
Wear athletic shoes, comfortable clothes in which you can move, in cold weather a sweatshirt to keep you warm, and for dogs with little fur, a sweater to keep your dog warm, always bring your dog's favorite treats and a water dish for your dog.
If you are in an obedience or specialty class your dog should wear a flat buckle collar or a chain collar. We recommend a six-foot leather or nylon leash. If you are in an agility class your dog should wear a flat buckle collar. We recommend a six-foot leather or nylon leash.
Please make sure that your cell phone is on mute or vibrate while you are in class. Please refrain from texting and talking on your phone in class.
Yes, please do. We do ask that dogs not registered for classes not attend.
SCC's class refund policy is: The student is entitled to a 100% refund for any non-credit class if the class is dropped the day before class begins; if a student drops a class the day of class or after, there will be no refund.
If you run into problems please contact us and the quickest way to reach us is through email (Glocpresident@gmail.com or email@example.com). We can work with you to get you into an upcoming class, etc. Whatever your situation is, do not "no-show" for the first class and expect a refund.
In the winter months, if Southeast Community College (SCC) cancels classes, the Greater Lincoln Obedience Club will automatically cancel classes. The local television news stations will report closures. Keep your instructor's e-mail and telephone number handy so that if you need to contact your instructor with class cancellation questions, you will be able to do so.
In the summer months, if the heat index is 95 or above at 4:00 pm (on Lincoln channel 10/11's website), our Training and Sports Director will decide if classes will be cancelled and it will be posted on our facebook page. Students will also hear from their instructors. Our building is not air-conditioned.
Classes may be cancelled for the following reasons:
We will post on Facebook if classes are cancelled and you may receive a call from your instructor.
If you have questions, call your instructor or their assistant. Do not call Southeast Communtiy College (SCC) or the club building as there may be no one available to answer your questions.
If it is necessary to cancel a class, the instructor may choose to make up the class on a different day of the week or by extending the class one session.