Responsible Dog Owners of Canada would like to invite you to participate in the Fundscrip Fundraiser. The fundraiser will cost you nothing more than the price of a gift card - all you need to do is purchase a gift card and use it for a gift, or for yourself.
To join our fundraiser go to
Responsible Dog Owners of Canada organization will appear. Follow the instructions to place an order.
VISIT OUR FUNDRAISING PAGE FOR MORE INFO AND THIS MONTH'S SPECIAL OFFERS !
Thank you for your support.
For more info please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-868-2201
Membership fee changes - people with disabilities now pay the same discounted rate as seniors and full time students, i.e. $10. The special membership discount for volunteers has been discontinued.
Please note that from November 1, 2019, our Membership fees increased slightly to help cover the cost of our educational programs.
The new fee schedule is as follows:
Corporate membership: $60
Single / family membership: $25
Senior / disabled persons / full time
student membership: $15
Non-profit groups: $35
Please remember to check for cats or other animals hiding under the hood, or in the wheel arches of your car!
Make noise, bang on the hood, slam the car doors, and honk your horn for good measure before you start up your engine!
And give the animal a little extra time to escape - it may be caught in a tight space.
RDOC proudly announces the publication of our updated activity book on Dog Safety, "Fido, Friend or Foe?", which is available on our website as a pdf, in both French and English. There are lots of colouring pages that can be printed from the pdf file, as well as
safety information to be aware of when children and dogs are together.
Don't forget to visit the Kids Activity Pages on our website. We have some easy tricks
teach your dog, fun puzzles to solve, and pictures to colour.
We also have lots of links for parents about keeping children safe around dogs.
Trick: Which hand holds the treat?
Canadian Canine Good Citizen(CCGC) Test
What is the test, and why is it so important?
Many dog training schools have classes to help you and your dog learn everything needed to gain your certification. More info about the test here.....
CCGC applicants should be members of RDOC.