TDTC Sponsors

Our thanks go to the Animal Medical Centre Veterinary Hospital
Charles Street, Launceston
phone (03) 6705 7009
for their generous donation towards our new club rooms


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Thanks also to Kevin Jacobs of Kevjake Enterprises for the kitchen in our new club rooms.
Kevin can be contacted through his web ste at or on Facebook


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Our thanks also to Exeter Hardware,
116 Main Rd, Exeter TAS 7275
'phone 6394 4386


thanks to Autorent Pty Ltd
RA 190, Evandate Road, Western Junction
(near Launceston airport)
Phone (03) 6398 8955 or 0418 138 024 or 1300 067 222


Big thanks to Matthew Mitchell of Launceston
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for assisting the club with the purchase of the new Laptop




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The general community who utilize Churchill Park together with the Tasmanian Dog Training Club Inc. (TDTC Inc.)  are already realizing  the positive benefits from a new Industrial Safety Fence project recently completed by the TDTC Inc. following a successful grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund (TCF).

TDTC Inc. President, Mrs Lyn Deitch, said the new industrial safety fencing would be important for the whole community who utilize Churchill Park as it focuses on the security of untrained off-lead dogs during education lessons and the safety of the general community members utilizing the park.

Mrs Deitch said the TDTC Inc, a community based volunteer organization,  was delighted to receive the TCF funding as it would have a positive impact on the TDTC Inc., its members, supporters and the general community.

“While we are pleased that the Tasmanian Community Fund could see the worth of the program, we believe that the fact that we were able to demonstrate the whole-of-community benefit, was a major factor in our gaining grant support,” Mrs Deitch said. “We believe we presented a good business case with clear and comprehensive budget protocols that highlighted the value of the new project to our club and the community as a whole”. 

The independent community funding body, the Tasmanian Community Fund was established following the sale of the Trust bank in 1999 to give back to the community proceeds from the sale of a community asset. Since that time the TCF has allocated approximately $58.6 million to approximately 1700 statewide projects.