Marlow Dog Training Club
A Trained Dog is a Happy Dog

Marlow Dog Training Club will not be holding our Annual General Meeting this year. The club has been closed since the start of the first lockdown in March 2020, the week following our previous AGM.

The accounts for 2020 have been completed and are now available. If you are a member and wish to view these documents, please send an email. If you have any queries, the club treasurer will be happy to discuss these with you.

Unfortunately, as to be expected we made a loss last year as there have been unavoidable expenses that needed to be honoured. Our financial position remains strong due to savings from previous years and the additional revenue generated from our online puppy course during lockdown. We are very happy to report that we were able to support the charities that were agreed at the AGM in 2019, Stokenchurch Dog Rescue, Hero Paws and Blue Cross Lewknor. In addition we made a donation to Spaniel Assist in memory of a club member who sadly passed away and also to the MCA to help with ongoing costs of Liston Hall during lockdown.

The current committee members have all agreed to stand for a further year with the opportunity for re-election in 2022.

We are still available to members, by phone or email, if you should need any advice during this temporary closure and our online puppy course continues via Zoom.

Once it is safe for us to resume classes at Liston Hall, we will place all information on our website.

Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you again later this year!

Marlow Dog Training Club has been in existence since 1962 and is an active member within the Marlow Community Association.

We meet every Monday evening (excluding Bank Holidays) to offer training classes and advice for all dogs, regardless of breed, age, size or ability.

Marlow Dog Training Club is run by volunteers, who also run the classes. Although they may not have formal dog training qualifications, they do have a wealth of knowledge and experience, through owning and training many dogs over many years.

Trainers are on hand throughout the evening to offer advice on any particular problems you may be having. Our aim is to make sure your dog is a happy, healthy dog and a valued member of your family.


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