Dr. Julia Tomlinson of the Twin Cities Animal Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Clinic will be giving a seminar on the topic of conditioning. Dr. Tomlinson is Minnesota’s first board certified rehabilitation veterinarian and is a specialist in rehabilitation and sports medicine She is also a Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapist.
TCOTC needed to close January 7 & 8 because of the extreme cold and snow. All of the Obedience class start dates have been moved back one week to allow for current students to finish their ongoing classes.
Sorry for the inconvience.
Board Members for 2015
President - Karen Radford
VP - Christina Pilon
Recording Secretary - Kate Anders
Corresponding Secretary - Steve Voeller
Treasurer - Mary Steinbauer
Members at Large:
Prepare and take the Canine Good Citizen test. Skills worked on include loose leash walking, stay, polite greeting, walking through a crowd, grooming, 3 minute supervised separation, recall, and distractions. Class is taught by an AKC CGC evaluator and week 6 is practicing or taking the test as determined by the handler. Class limit: 8 students.
Prereq: Obedience Skillwork
Next class starting January 15, 2015
Class Description: Is your dog easily distracted, unable to work off lead around other dogs, have difficulty concentrating, unable to control their impulses when excited?
Monday, March 2nd
All members welcome - $5 per dog.
Run thru a maze, play tic tac toe with your dog, have your dog find the treat in the right box. Lots of fun games to use up some of that extra energy in your dog.
For new students wishing to begin training at advanced levels: Obtain an obedience skills evaluation. Obedience evaluations are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 6:30pm-8:00pm. Evaluations are held on a first come, first served basis. No appointment needed.
Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual Banquet and a huge thank you to those of you who helped organize it! It was a fun night with good food and good company! And lots door prizes! We all went home with hands full of fun things!
If you did not attend, you missed out and should put it on your things to do list for next year!