2507 Fox Creek Road Bloomington, IL 61704
Town & Country Kennel Club of McLean County (TCKC) is one of McLean County's oldest dog obedience training clubs. We are a nonprofit organization staffed by experienced volunteers. We offer dog obedience, conformation, agility and other canine classes to the general public.
As we consider the growing concern and risks of the COVID19 virus and the actions that are being taken to minimize this risk, TCKC has made the decision to cancel the Summer 2020 Classes. Please check back for more information on when we resume classes.
As we consider the growing concern and risks of the COVID19 virus and the actions that are being taken to minimize this risk, TCKC has made the decision to cancel the Canine Good Citizen test that was scheduled for March 17, 2020.
There will be NO make up testing date.
The next CGC test is scheduled to be held May 26, 2020.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
TCKC is located at 2507 Fox Creek Road, Bloomington, Illinois west of the I-55 / I-74 overpass. We hold our classes in our modern 8,900 square foot, air conditioned training facility.
We serve people from all walks of life who wish to train their dogs - from those wanting simply a well-mannered pet to those desiring a more competitive obedience, rally, agility or conformation experience.
The curriculum at TCKC is geared for eight week old puppies to older dogs wanting to learn. Obedience classes are offered for puppies starting at eight weeks of age. Agility classes begin for dogs at one year of age or older. Both will continue through advanced level of training along with the opportunity of taking Rally classes. Occasionally classes are held for members and students at the higher levels of competitive obedience and agility.View Our Classes »
The trainers at TCKC must have completed an apprentice program under the guidance of our experienced trainers. In addition to teaching our obedience classes, our trainers are responsible for:
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