On this page you will find useful links to external websites relating to all things dogs and dog sports in New Zealand. Please let us know if there is something else that you would like us to include here. Note - the presence of a link does not indicate an endorsement of any product or service provided. North Shore Dog Training Club accepts no responsibility for products or service received or information provided.
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Dogs NZ is the governing body for all of our activities. The club is affiliated with the Dogs NZ. Find rules, registers and other useful information here.
This site hosts a cross discipline calendar for events as well as a huge amount of useful agility related information. Many local agility shows can be entered via this site.
Everything you need to know about dog agility in NZ can be found here. Plenty of rules, news, event information and more.
Membership of NALA allows you to enter a monthly competition in both agility and flygility (run at Club).
Details of all regional dog sports events can be found here for Obedience, Agility, Rally-O, Trials, Flygility and Canine Good Citizen.
Dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals in the Auckland region.
Information about registering, exercising and caring for your dog in Auckland region.
Lessons in Orewa and Manly.
Lessons in Kumeu.
DOG-abled is an organisation established to provide safe dog experiences for children with physical, emotional, behavioural or intellectual challenges or vulnerabilities.
BARK NZ is a registered charity dedicated to supporting our communities by providing education to children on how to be safe around, and have positive experiences with, dogs.
The Blind Foundation provide a wide range of support services for those with vision impairment, helping them to face their futures independently and with confidence.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People (Hearing Dogs NZ) is an independent charitable trust that trains (to internationally recognised standards) specially selected dogs, then places them with deaf and severely hearing-impaired New Zealanders.
Canine Friends Pet Therapy is a New Zealand-wide network of people who share their friendly, well behaved dogs with patients in hospitals and residents in rest homes/hospices.