APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP

Dues must be submitted with this application. If complete and signed, this application of prospective new members will be voted on at the next general membership meeting.

 DUES: Individual = $25.00 Family = $35.00 Junior = $5.00 Seniors = $10.00
NOTE: After September 1st of each year new member’s dues will be carried over for the following year.
Seniors must pay full membership fee for the first year.

TYPE IndividualFamilySenior (60 and over)Junior (17 and under)



PLEASE INDICATE THE CLASSES YOU SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED WITH TCDTC

PuppyBasic HomeAdvanced BasicNoviceOpenUtility



Titles earned: CDCDXUDUDXOTCHRALLYAGILITYCHAMPIONSHIP

Would you be willing to attend meetings and help with the policy making of this club? YESNO



We hereby wish to sponsor the above applicant(s) and we are willing to work with and be available to the new member(s) to help them become familiar with the activities, members, regulations and training programs of Tri Cities Dog Training Club of Saginaw Bay, Inc.

PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

DOG INFORMATION:

Each year this club holds AKC trials, fun matches, and other functions that require work from the members. Would you be willing to help? YESNO

Would you be willing to assist in teaching classes once your skill level is reached to do so? YESNO



FOR NEW MEMBERS:

  1. Get involved! Attend meetings and other club activities, become an executive board member or a committee member. This is the only way you will get to know how the club really works.
  2. Keep training!!!
  3. Utilize your sponsors as a source for all aspects of obedience information.

FOR SPONSORS

  1. Make sure current rules and policies of the club are fully explained to prospective or new members.
  2. Encourage new members to continue training
  3. Fullyexplain the activities of the club.
  4. Call and remind new members of club functions,
    meetings, etc.
  5. Encourage new members to attend obedience trials to observe the activities and participate in matches and show & go’s to practice their obedience skills as well as procedures to follow.
  6. Make sure to be available to answer any questions relating to the club and its activities. Help them to understand obedience rules in general.