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Cape Fear Dog Training Club

Want to join us?

Club membership is not required to participate in the club's dog training classes or other activities.  however, there are benefits to club membership  in addition to socializing with other dog people.  so if you want to join the club, contact a club member and fill out an application.

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2017 board members

  1. President: Mr. Ken Yager
  2. Vice President:  Ms. Joan Florentine
  3. Treasure:  
  4. Secretary:  Ms. Debbie Hanowell
  5. Training Coordinator:  Ms. Linda Langdon;

mailing address:
cape fear dog training club, 18 Bicentennial way   Cameron, nC 28326


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Pet Oxygen Mask Donation
Pet Oxygen Mask Donation

In the News

Cape Fear Dog Training Club Donates Pet Oxygen Masks to Our Local Fire Department.

The Cape Fear Dog Training Club (CFDTC) located in Fayetteville, NC is pleased to be able to support our local county canine partners.  Ken Yager, President of the CFDTC recently presented the Cumberland County Sheriff's K-9 Department with two Elite K-9 aluminum crates to transport their working dogs for training and vet visits.  Pictured receiving the crates are (in the picture to the right of the screen) (left to right) Corporal Joe Salisbury and his dog Kiria, Ken Yager; President CFDTC, Corporal Mark Lee and his dog Lena.  Corporal Salisbury expressed his appreciation for the crates and stated that sheriffs in the K-9 Department often have limited resources to be able to transport their dog in an emergency situation.  The club also presented the City of Fayetteville Police K-9 Department with many items and training aids to use with their dogs.  In the center photo, (R-L) Officer Napieralski and her K-9 Hemi, SGT Eddie Ketchum, Ken Yager, Officer Bettis and her K-9 Toos.  SGT Ketchum expressed his appreciation for the items and stated that the K-9 officers often have to spend their own money to provide necessary items for their working dog.  The dogs could not wait to get at the Kongs!--Supporting our Community!

Fayetteville K9( Hemi)
Fayetteville K9( Hemi)
Fayetteville k9
Fayetteville k9
Sheriff K9
Sheriff K9