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D2ISC Clinic
San Gabriel, CA
January 28, 2023

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Disc Dog Training Clinics and Playdays

D².I.S.C. Training Clinics are always open to everyone, member or not! We hold playdays, have potlucks, hold small contests with prizes and practice for upcoming contests. In addition we offer plenty of one on one training to help the new person get involved in this sport. Its a great way to spend time bonding with your canine in addition to meeting some fantastic people with the same interests as you!

This clinic is free to all club members but we are now charging for non-members to attend these clinics at $5.00 per team (dog and handler), which includes a free disc for all.

Our Clinics are also held in numerous venues throughout Southern California, so if travel is a question, check this page often, we might just be holding a Clinic in your neck of the woods!

Training Clinic

Our 1st Clinic of 2023 will be held on Saturday January 28, 2023. Set-up starts at 9:30am. The activities begin at 10:00am and end at 1:00pm.

In an effort to hold our Clinics in different locations, this event will be held at the following location:

Wilson Elementary School
8317 E. Sheffield Rd.
San Gabriel Ca. 91775-1731

Directions: From the 210 freeway take the Sierra Madre Blvd. exit and turn south on San Gabriel Blvd. (away from the mountains) to Sheffield Rd. go left and you'll see the School on your left. The gate may be closed but will be unlocked.

Remember you do not have to be a member to come out and have fun at our Clinics!

As a reminder, please bring chairs, drinks, water for your pups, something to pick up after the dogs and some sort of shade if you have that available, i.e. an ez-up, beach umbrella etc. Also, a first aid kit is always a plus. There will be plenty of dogs at this play day so unless you are involved in a training session or involved in a competition, we ask that your dog remains leashed or crated at all times as a courtesy to everyone attending this Clinic. Thanks for understanding.