Youth learn basic skills for dog care and training. Activities include knowing breeds, selecting a dog, knowing the parts of a dog, keeping a dog healthy and groomed, training and much more.
Youth learn many things, including how to:
- Investigate breeds
- Appreciate dogs' places and roles in society
- Practice grooming, fitting, showing and training
- Care for dogs
- Explore dog-related careers and activities
Dog Project Meeting
Dog Project is changing! With so many fun disciplines in dog project it is difficult to learn each one and be ready for Fair so this coming year we are going to try something brand new. We will teach each discipline separately (i.e. modules) and have a performance following that module. Our first module will be on Rally Obedience. Here is what Rally Obedience (Rally-O) is in a nutshell.
"Rally Obedience is the mixture of classical obedience training and agility training. When our dog practices Rally-O, he or she learns how to obey to commands (typical of classical obedience training) while having good fun (typical of agility training)."
We will do a 7 week module starting on
Saturday, October 6th and meet at 2:30 pm.
As long as the weather is good we will meet by the dog barn. If the weather turns nasty we will meet indoors in the Arts building. The module will conclude with a Rally "Trial" on Saturday, November 17th (this date is subject to change depending on weather, participation etc.)
If you are signing up for dog, or even thinking of signing up for dog this coming year, contact Nicki Arndt at email@example.com (406)369-0707
We need parents and youth to volunteer to be on our dog committee to help us plan out the rest of the year.
Required to Participate: Signed contract (see below) and a copy of your dog's vaccination record. NO DOG WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL I HAVE THIS ON FILE.
If you are not receiving e-mails from Nicki, contact her to verify your e-mail address.
No Dog will be allowed in class until a copy of their vaccinations is on file.
Dog Equipment List for Class (see below)
Contact: Nicki Arndt at firstname.lastname@example.org 406-369-0707