Okay, I have to admit, they use volunteers as instructors and sometimes you get one who isn't all that great. On the other hand, most of their instructors are great because they genuinely love dogs and want to teach people to be better dog owners. They do put the accent on competition obedience and agility so if you just want good manners from your dog, you may find yourself doing a bit more work than you originally intended, but if you might even think about competing in obedience or agility as a hobby, this is the place to start. This isn't the place for dogs with serious behavior issues. My preference for that would be Train4Life Dog Training since they come to your home to work with you. But if you have an unruly dog who just needs to learn some manners? GLOC is a great value.
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I have been taking classes at the Greater Lincoln Obedience Club for three years and love it. The obedience training is geared more to everyday life now, but you still have the option to continue on with competition style obedience as well. Love, love, love the agility classes. We even started competing this year which I never thought I would do. As with any place every instructor is different and I like some better than others, but I always learn something new each class and enjoy going, and my dog does too.