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Waimakariri Dog Training Club

The Waimakariri Dog Training Club is situated just North of Christchurch. Our locality allows us to provide quality agility training for dogs from Christchurch & the North Canterbury areas. Our club grounds are at Mandeville Sports Centre, Mandeville Road. Agility training is held on Tuesday nights from 6.30pm. Anyone is welcome to drop in & have a chat about your training needs. For more information, check out our website or phone the WDOC Info Line and leave a message (03) 327 6900

Contact Details

Heather Hood
4 Kellocks Road


Committee Details

EnquiriesHeather HoodInfo Line (03)
Show SecretaryGraeme Lawson(03)
SecretaryHeather Hood(03)
Flygility Co-ordinatorLeeanne Russell(03)

Upcoming Shows and Events


** 28 October 2017 - Display at Oxford A&P Show

** 31 October 2017 - Display Kaiapoi Light Party

** 19 November 2017 - Fun Day WDTC Grounds

** Dates available on dogagility site calendar

Club Activities

Competitive & Social Agility for all levels. Flygility. Dog training displays.

Club Scrapbook

Meika & Kricket show off their "sit stay" skills

Blondes do have more fun! Carter successfully negotiates the long jump.

Anne & her dog Tui competing in a National Agility Link Assn competition run

Sue McKee's Teezsa (aka Rambo) tackles the weave at pace!

Helen & Kricket training on the courts at Rice Park.

Michael & Macca are a hit at the Animates display

"Flash" competing in a NALA Competition

In not so formal dress.......... Our blokes team (The Waimak Wallies.... as seen on Sky TV) pose for a quick photo at the 2005 National Dog Show.

Agility is a sport for all types. One of our "boys" dressed in a summer theme at a recent show in Invercargill.

Who let the boys out? Here they are enjoying the Invercargill sunshine on their "boys only" weekend away.

Two of our junior members (James & Emma Trimble) pose for a photo with Hamish Carter & Sarah Ulmer at a recent display.

Our Winning 2006 Mini Assembly Team Graeme lawson, Anne Godfrey, Mia Beswick & Michael Barrett

A very long human tunnel (400+ people)forms for a successful attempt by Puzzle.