You can find a couple clubs around Cincinnati, but I don't know much about them. There is a very strong club in Columbus, too.
I would echo Jane's recommendation of trying out several clubs if you get the chance. Each club will have its own feel, its own culture. Find one your comfortable at b/c if you stick with it you will be spending a lot of time with those folks.
The best training videos I've used are Michael Ellis. His videos teach you a training system you can use to train your dog. They are pricey, but I found them extremely valuable. Also, the agility people have figured out a ton of training techniques to channel extremely high drive dogs using positive methods. I would recommend looking into some agility books. IMO, doing some low level, low impact AGL with you pup is a great way to strengthen your dog/handler bond, learn to communicate with your pup, and build confidence in your pup.
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