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Another Dog Agility Event – July 15 – 17th York School – Monterey July 13, 2011

Agility

Dog Agility

Another Dog Agility Event This Weekend

Come check it out!

(starts at 8:00 am)

15 – 17 JULY 2011
USDAA Test – Monterey, California
SMART
York School (off Hwy 68)

Hosted by SMART: Salinas-Monterey Agility Racing Team

Agility On The Greens

Event Coverage: Here’s an article published in The Herald in Monterey County:

Jumping Dogs Show Their Agility

 

Homemade DOG TREATS at Joan and Peter’s German Restaurant, San Juan Bautista July 8, 2011

JOAN STARTED BAKING HER OWN WHOLESOME DOG TREATS! THEY ARE A CHICKEN LIVER and GROUND BEEF COMBINATION WITH EGGS, OATS, CARROTS, GARLIC POWDER AND CHICKEN STOCK.  THERE’S ALWAYS A FEW BAGS IN THE FREEZER.  A 10 OUNCE BAG IS 5 DOLLARS. TREAT YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND AFTER YOU COME HOME FROM DINNER, OR DINE ON THE OUTSIDE PATIO WITH YOUR DOG ON MILD AFTERNOONS.  NOTE THAT THEIR DOG TREATS ARE WHEATFREE!!

They also carry “TASTE OF THE WILD” dry dog food at a very competitive price!

Joan & Peter’s German Restaurant

831.623-4521

call for hours

 

Dog Agility this Fourth of July Weekend – Manzanita Park – Prunedale July 2, 2011

An Australian Shepherd doing agility at the Ro...

Agility

Wanting to know what Dog Agility is all about? Here’s your chance….visit Manzanita Park this weekend in Prunedale for a 3-day fun, filled Dog Sport event.

2 – 4 JULY 2011
USDAA Test – Prunedale, California
The Bay Team
Manzanita Park (17100 Castroville Blvd)

First runs start at 8:00 am and continue throughout the day. Bring your dog and check it out. You just might get addicted.

Here’s a few interesting Agility related Blogs:

LoLaBlu Land

The Days of Johann, an agility dog!

Elite Forces of Fuzzy Destruction


 

Rattlesnake Aversion Training – Santa Clara March 30, 2011

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Rattlesnake detail

The Crucial Step in Snakebite Prevention

When: Sunday, April 10, 2011

Where: Las Gatos

Cost: $75 per dog

Host: Santa Clara Dog Training Club

Trainers: Natural Solutions

Learn more about the trainers here: Erick Briggs & Andy White

Rattlesnakes are a big problem in California for dog owners. If you hike with your dog or live in a rural area, or near a canyon in a more developed part of town, there’s a good chance that you and your dogs will have a run-in at some point. Several Californians have had snakes in their backyards, and a couple have had their dogs bitten while out and about. The cost of treatment can easily run into the thousands.”