Membership Meetings - TBA
We normally meet on the first Friday of each month, with the exception of July (when we have our 4th of July picnic) and December (when we have our Christmas Party).
Our board is monitoring the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation and will resume our membership meetings as soon as it is safe to do so. Please watch our site for updates.
We are a Non-profit Club; therefore, you must be a member to take classes. Membership types are:
$25.00 yr. Individual or $35.00 yr. Household REGULAR MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS: *Early Bird Registration *Discount Registration Fees for ALL classes *Earn a free class through volunteer hour credits: volunteering to help at our annual show, at practice matches, and other activities. *8 volunteer hours equals 1 free class. *ALSO, after paying for any 5 classes, you receive a considerable discount on all future classes: Obedience $50 Agility $55, as long as you remain a member. (Please notify the Training Director when you sign up for your 5th class) * Voting rights *Make friends with people who share in your ‘doggy’ interests. *Support our work in the community that helps dogs become good citizens and stay in forever homes. **Please note, in order to keep all benefits you must print and bring your membership application to our monthly meeting, first Friday of each month, within two months. Otherwise, your membership will be downgraded to Student Membership and you will lose all membership benefits after two months.**
$15.00 ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP - All Regular Membership Benefits EXCEPT voting rights. **Please note, in order to keep all benefits you must print and bring your membership application to our monthly meeting, first Friday of each month, within two months. Otherwise, your membership will be downgraded to Student Membership and you will lose all membership benefits after two months.**
$5.00 yr. STUDENT MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS - Only qualifies you to take any OCC class. If you decide to become a Regular Member, we will credit your $5.00 toward the Regular Membership fee.
SESSION 1. Jan 4 - Feb 13 (Early Bird Registration opens to Regular Members Dec. 14. Regular Registration opens to Student Members Dec. 21) Orientation/Open House will be held on Sunday, January 3 (doors open at 1:30).
SESSION 2. March 1 - April 10
Registration Opens to Regular Members Feb 8 & Student Members Feb 15. Orientation/Open House will be held on Sunday, February 28 (doors open at 1:30).
SESSION 3. May 3 - June 12. Registration Opens to Regular Members April 12 and Student Members April 19. Orientation/Open House will be held on Sunday, May 2 (doors open at 1:30).
SESSION 4. June 28 - Aug 7. Registration Opens to Regular Members June 7 & Student Members June 14. Orientation/Open House will be held on Sunday, June 27 (doors open at 1:30).
SESSION 5. Aug 23 - Oct 2. Registration Opens to Regular Members Aug 2 & Student Members Aug. 9. Orientation/Open House will be held on Sunday, Aug 22 (doors open at 1:30).
SESSION 6. Oct 18 - Dec 4 - (NO CLASSES THANKSGIVING WEEK 11/22-11/27). Registration Opens to Regular Members Sep 27 & Student Members Oct 4. Orientation/Open House will be held on Sunday, October 17 (doors open at 1:30).
Puppies must receive their 2nd set of puppy shots at least 10 days prior to coming to first class.
6 wks old: 1st set DA2PP (DA2PP = Distemper, Adenovirus type 2, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza)
9 wks old: 2nd set DA2PP
12 wks old: leptospirosis, bordatella (kennel cough), DA2PP booster
15 wks old: Rabies, DA2PP-L Booster (must have rabies before 16 weeks old)
The OCC requires copies of the invoices from your veterinarian documenting when the shots were given—not reminder dates or health booklet. If you got your puppy from a breeder or rescue that gives their own shots, we will need a copy of the stickers on the vials with their lot numbers and expiration dates.
If your puppy's vaccinations are not yet up to the requirements, we encourage you to attend class without your pup until he/she is ready. You will get valuable information, techniques, puppy raising help, and strategies that you can learn and use at home. And when your puppy’s vaccinations are up to the requirement, bring your pup to class for the socialization practice.
If you receive a puppy from a breeder, rescue, or give your pup their shots, you must still take them to the vet to get a physical and make sure pups are healthy, worm, and parasite free. We also need a paper from the vet that you and your breeder/rescue are qualified to give the shots. We also need a copy of the stickers on the vials with their lot numbers and expiration dates.
We require proof of the following annually for adult dogs:
Physical Exam by a licensed veterinarian
Bordatella (Kennel Cough) Vaccine
Distemper Combo (either 5-in-1 or 7-in-1 combo)
I wish to thank the following members and friends of the OCC for all their help either volunteering or donating to our recent Rally Trial which was a huge success because of your dedication to our club. If I have forgotten you, please accept my sincere apology. It was not intentional. Many thanks to Bob Aiken, Helen Aiken, Matt Baker, Devon Brooks, Demaree Clay, Laura Ellis, Wayne Evans, Bill Gammon, Kim Gavin, Tina Gross, Julia Gregory, Angie Jennings, Anna Lane, Pat Lewis, Jordan Little, Mary Lujan, Paula Lynch, Kat Melvin, Stephanie Moss, Kristy Payne, John Pope, Meg Reidy, Elaine Robinson, Melissa Shirk, Genn Singleton, Jackie Starr, Amanda Suttles, Fay Taylor, Diana Thompson, Debbie Tuthill, Elserean Wellington, Kevin Whited, Stacey Whited, Terry Woods, and Katherine Taylor Worth.