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Better Relationships

between people and dogs

Bonding Opportunities

by participating in events

Providing Obedience Training

for a happy home

Funding Research

for K9 Projects

Why Choose us

Our trainers are highly certified and professional. They continue their education so they always know the best, gentlest, and fastest ways to help your dog gain amazing results.

Beginning with our puppy class, socialization is an important aspect of our training. The Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test is offered to "proof" your dog's socialization among dogs and people.

Year round classes of various levels of competency provide the opportunity to enter obedience and rally competitions or to simply continue adding new skills and talents for you and your canine.

If you are interested in showing your dog in the conformation ring, we offer small classes.

For over fifty years the club has been a member of the American Kennel Club. We host annual trials in agility, obedience and rally, tracking, and scent work.

Bimonthly member meetings feature speakers and topics of interest to dog owners and opportunities to network.

Gifts from the         Heart

Through fund raising activities and club funds, an annual donation is given to a local veterinary hospital to assist covering the cost of a medical procedure for a dog and handler unable to afford the entire cost. Sunshine is our 2023 recipient.

Sunshine Villa         Oct. 2023

This is MBDTC's 8th visit to Sunshine Villa, a complete care facility.We demostrate dog obedience, agility and scent work activities and let the residents visit with out K9s.

UC Davis         Scholarship

Our annual scholarship of $1000 is awarded to a local student enrolled in the veterinary school at the Univ. of California at Davis. This year's recipient is Alicia Lucas. "I found what truly makes my heart sing. I absolutely love the clinical side and am so grateful to be taking on the challenge of vet school." Alicia will graduate in 2026.


Our Summer Workshop now replaces our December Workshop