Logan All Breeds Obedience Club Inc.
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Gould Adams Park, Kingston Road, Kingston. Phone 32902718


There is nothing better than having a well mannered and trained dog as your best friend and soul mate.  That is something to be proud of.  Logan All Breeds Dog Obedience Club Inc. will help you achieve this and if you wish you can ultimately go onto bigger and better things by competing in organised events.

Come along one training night and see what goes on. Talk to any of our training Instructors who are more than happy to answer questions.


Puppy Training starts at 10 weeks and is an ongoing process until 5 months of age - you then proceed to Class One.  The class is designed as an introduction to socialisation, basic commands and positive reward training techniques.  Information is provided on a range of topics.


Designed for the beginner.  This is the introduction to working in company with other dogs, teaching walking at heel, sit and stay exercises.  All training is done on the lead. Once the basics are understood and applied, you are then elevated to Class Two.


Builds on the skills developed in Class One. Automatic sits and good heel work can lead to elevation to Class Three.


Extends the work in Class Two and introduces the recall. A greater level of discipline and handler competence is encouraged. This class starts to groom your training with a view to entering competitive obedience trials.

Competence and confidence will get you elevated to Class Four.


Is the Advanced class. Working off lead is practiced and a good standard of proficiency is developed in "Groups", heel work and specific elements of dog control - to a standard required to be successful in the competion ring.

You are now well on your way to actively taking part in events organised through the Canine Control Council of Queensland, trading as Dogs Queensland.


The Club has all the equipment required for Agility training. Classes are run on demand when a sufficient number of enthusiastic handlers and dogs are enrolled

Fun spot!

Why do dogs bury bones in the ground?

Because they cant bury them in trees!

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