The Hamilton Dog Obedience Club

The Hamilton Dog Obedience Club is one of Canada's oldest and largest dog obedience clubs (established in 1952).

HDOC is a non-profit organization run by volunteers and therefore is able to keep the cost of training classes reasonable. Instructors are experienced dog handlers and trainers who volunteer their time to help you train your dog. They will help you teach your dog and show you that you can have fun doing it.

Officers and Directors

President: Cindy Zuk
Immediate Past President: Jim Robinson
Vice-President: Diana MacKenzie
Secretary: Lisa Danchuk
Treasurer: Shirley Grant
Directors: Susie Bell, Kate Lashbrook, Peter Stone
Training Committee: Chair Pat Van Bregt, Joyce Van Dop, Cathy Lee

HDOC training classes in the Concession Building at the Ancaster Fairgrounds is a spacious facility with four clean, large matted rings and seating for spectators.