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OBEDIENCE INFORMATION

All those members wishing to attend the obedience classes will be more than welcome, together with any one wishing to join.

Anyone who purchased a puppy and would like to learn more about the Boxer and socialize their puppies are welcome to attend.   If you wish to participate you must be a Club Member, but you may join on the day.

The Boxer Association conduct a Boxer Obedience School and encourages all Boxer owners to take part in some obedience training with their Boxers.

  VENUE

TRAINING IS CONDUCTED EVERY SUNDAY MORNING COMMENCING IN FEBRUARY,
AND RUNNING UNTIL DECEMBER EACH YEAR.
TIME 10.00 a.m.

HELD AT :
DOROTHY LAVER RESERVE
SAXBY ROAD
GLEN IRIS
Melway Ref 60 A10
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Our location is off High Street, Ashburton, between Glen Eira and Summerhill Road, turn south into Victor Road, right into Albion Road and finally left into Saxby Road.  The car park is off Saxby Road or you can approach the area from Francis Crescent.

NB:   NO training ANY SUNDAY if the Saturday night forecast is for 30 degrees or more.




INSTRUCTORS REQUIRED

If you are interested in donating a few hours of your time on a Sunday morning to help train our Boxers,
please contact Mrs Sylvia Whiteside.
Ladies or gentlemen!




OBEDIENCE MEMBERS COMPETITIONS

We hold these competions regularly... please contact Mrs Sylvia Whiteside for more details






LURE COURSING FUN DAYS

We have held Lure Coursing Days at the Obedience grounds on two past occasions.

SEE HOW MUCH FUN WE HAVE >>>>

What is Lure Coursing?

The equipment used is quite simple and consists of 300 metres of fishing line strung around several pulleys set into the ground to form the course. A plastic bag is tied to the line and is powered around the pulleys by a battery operated motor. The operator can stop the lure at anytime and can change direction as well.

Lure coursing gives your dog the opportunity to do what comes naturally...to chase, sniff the ground, jump, pivot and chase again!!!

Your dog will love it and you will enjoy watching your special friend do it too. Everyone has a ball.

If you are interested in having more of these events please contact Mrs Sylvia Whiteside to register your interest.








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