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Titahi Bay Canine Obedience Club

Titahi Bay Canine Obedience Club's objectives: To assist and advise all members in matters concerning obedience training. To do all in its power to protect and advance an interest in obedience training. To promote the training of dogs for obedience trials and tests. To promote the health and care of dogs in the club's zone of influence. Clubrooms at Ngatitoa Domain, Mana. Ph. 233 0014

Contact Details

Cheryl Dickson
P O Box 50467

Phone: 04 477 6369


Committee Details

PresidentCraig Prattley(04) 232
Vice PresidentGeoff Collins(04) 477
SecretaryCheryl Dickson(04) 477
TreasurerLianne Hodges 
Class Co-ordinatorKat Thorstrand-Mitchell  
Show SecretarySherrie

Upcoming Shows and Events for 2020

Term One: TBCOC Clubgrounds, Ngatitoa Domain
Information and demo night 13th January, 6pm
Online enrolment 13 January- 1 February
​Classes start Monday 10 February
Graduation 30 and 31 March 

Our show will be held at the Purina Pro Plan Exhibition Centre, Prosser St, Porirua:

TBCOC Championship Rally O Trial / Obedience Ribbon Trial is Sunday 24th May 2020.

TBCOC Championship Obedience Show is Sat 4th July / Sun 5th July 2020. 

Club Activities

Domestic and Competitive Obedience Training. Club Night on Monday or Tuesday at the club grounds for Terms 1 and 4 and Mondays or Tuesdays at the Purina Pro Plan Exhibition Centre, Prosser St, Porirua for Term 2 and 3 (winter terms). 

Classes available from puppy and domestic classes through to advanced obedience training. We have been running Dogs New Zealand Canine Good Citizen Certificate classes since October 2004. 

Class enrolment dates are notified on the TBCOC webpage ( and our Dogs NZ club profile page and occur four times a year. For class enrolment queries please contact our Class Co-ordinator (details above).

Club Scrapbook

Bronwyn with Danza the Samoyed being taken through Rally-O at the St Francis Xavier school fair.

Prize winners in one of our Rally-O Excellent B championship competitions.

A TBCOC Test A competitor at a show in South Rangitikei.