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SAINT MARY’S COUNTY DEPT OF REC AND PARKS
DOG OBEDIENCE (ALL CLASSES)
Ages: 18 & up *(Children under the age of
18 are welcome to attend but must be accompanied by an adult).
Location: Fairgrounds, Leonardtown
301-475-4200 ext. 1801
This class is for dogs 8 weeks or older. Puppy play time teaches your dog to interact with other dogs and strangers. Beginning commands taught in this class are: sit, down, stand, stay, come when called, and introduction to heeling on a loose leash. Grooming: teeth cleaning, brushing, ear cleaning, nail trimming. Problem solving: jumping, barking, crate training, house training. Please bring your dogs on a 6 foot leash to the first day of class. You will also need something soft to kneel or sit on the floor. All vaccinations must be current.
Time: 7:00 – 7:45 pm
You can teach your dog basic obedience. All dogs must be at least 6 months old. If you have completed the basic course, an advanced group will also be formed at this time if there is sufficient interest. DO NOT BRING DOGS TO FIRST MEETING.
Classes will then meet in a sheltered outdoor area and last for one hour. Participants will need a 6 foot leash and choker chain collar. All vaccinations must be current.
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Time: 8:00 - 9:00 pm
ADVANCED DOG OBEDIENCE WITH CGC
This class is designed for those who have taken a
basic dog obedience of any kind and would like to further advance their pets training. All pets must have completed a basic dog obedience course. The AKC’s “Canine Good Citizen” training and test is
included in the advanced class. The first night will be an orientation night. The instructor asks that you please bring your pets at the orientation night for the advanced course. All dogs must be at least 6 months old. All vaccinations must be current.
CODE: 140211 D
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 pm; Fee: $50.00
DOG TRACKING - NEW
With a keen sense of smell –100,000 times stronger
than humans – dogs are often used to find lost
people and animals, drugs, avalanche and disaster
victims, and even to detect cancer. Tracking is a
canine sport that demonstrates a dog’s natural ability
to recognize and follow a scent and is the foundation
of canine search and rescue work. Unlike obedience
and agility trials, where dogs respond to the owner’s
commands, in tracking a dog is completely in charge,
for only he knows how to use his nose to find and
follow the track. For many, the greatest pleasure of
tracking is the hours spent outside training and
interacting with their dogs.
Days: Saturdays, April 9 thru May 7
Time: 8 am for about 1 hour