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Do you have a dog that runs lightening fast on the agility course? A dog that barks at you or makes up their own course because they need direction faster than you are able to give it? A dog that sometimes just can't think in the ring because they are so excited? This is the camp for you and your dog! For two days Julie will focus entirely on handling the super drive dog.
Oct 25-26, 2008 (Check in 8-9 am on Saturday, classes run 9-5 Sat-Sun)
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DESIGNED FOR: All levels of high-drive agility dogs.
PREREQUISITES: Dogs of all ages welcome. You chose your sessions based on your dog's experience and needs.
LIMITS: Limited to 12 campers with dogs.
FEE: (Includes continental breakfast, lunch and snacks) $375 / working spot with one dog (extra dogs add $50 / dog); $175 for auditors without dogs. All fees are in US dollars.
EMPHASIS ON: Training the Super Drive dog at all levels and handling the Super Drive dog on course.
Learn how to work well with your high-drive dog.
What to do with all that energy and impatience!
Obstacle training for wild beginners, plus foundation training like start lines and control games for all!
Sequences, skill sets and distance work for the less experienced and the more experienced: Some sets for all levels, some divided by skill level.
Full courses and tricky handling for the advanced. You choose which sessions to attend according to your high drive dog's needs.
LOTS of individual help!
Lots to do and learn, even without a dog!
Bring your Wild Child, your clicker, your tug toys, your ideas...and bring your questions!
DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM HERE. Forms open with Acrobat Reader.
This Camp is being organized by Wag It! Please Email Sumac
for a Registration Form
IMPORTANT CAMP INFORMATION:
WMA facilities: 100 acres in the heart of New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest with 2 grass agility fields next to a swimming pond; plenty of shade; walking trails with beautiful views, creeks and wildlife.
Indoor classroom, Indoor bathroom, beautiful pavilion for dining "Al fresco" and swapping notes or just for taking a break.
NEWLY RENOVATED 9200 sq. ft. INDOOR ARENA BOASTS NEW CUSTOM ASTROTURF / WHITE SAND FOOTING. THE VERY BEST!
Non - skid
Feels like real turf underfoot
Separate, fully matted crating / working area
NEW addition to the arena features a large, well insulated matted working / crating area and separate, HEATED viewing room!
An explanation of the $50 surcharge for each additional dog...
At WMA camps, we don't believe in closet dogs! Every dog, working or "non working", is part of the group and welcome to enjoy the camp. You may certainly switch dogs between sessions (not within sessions, please), and choose which dog to work in which session.
We keep these camps small, and we turn down a lot of money to do so! I think you'll appreciate that we don't let a small canine working group accidentally become a large canine social unit. Camps here afford you as much work as you want without being crowded. The result is low stress for people and dogs.
No individual will be allowed to participate without a SIGNED WAIVER (located on your camp's registration form).
Please send your dog's Veterinary Information Form (for EACH dog you are bringing), signed by your veterinarian, with your balance of payment. Download (Acrobat PDF file) :
Balance of payment is due 1 month prior to the beginning of your camp.
Due date is listed on your Camp Registration Form.
Your spot in a camp / seminar will be reserved upon receipt of your non-refundable $150 deposit. Balance is DUE 1 month prior to the beginning of your camp.
(Please refer to your camp's registration form for exact date)
Refunds: If you find you will be unable to attend a camp that you've signed up for, WMA will refund the amount paid to date LESS $150
if the request is made before the balance due date for your camp. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS
AFTER THE CAMP'S "BALANCE DUE" DATE.
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