Basic Obedience Classes
This is a basic obedience class for dogs over three months. Emphasis is on walking nicely on a leash, coming when called, sit, down, and house manners. Information on health, grooming, and problem solving are included. This can be a first class for dogs but also a great refresher for dogs that have been out of classes for a while. Classes start Oct. 24th and Jan. 10th. The cost is five sessions for $100.00.
MARILYN, email@example.com, 936 294 9564
DIANE, firstname.lastname@example.org, 936 291 7387
Amanda Lofthus has been involved in dog agility for over 11 years, and currently competes in the masters level in AKC and USDAA trials with her border collie, Trend. Trend has qualified for and attended several USDAA regional events, including the South Central, Rocky Mountain, and Pacific Northwest regionals. Amanda’s 1 year old border collie, Nyx, is just beginning his agility training but already loves the sport. Amanda has taught agility classes several times throughout the years, and loves teaching new dogs and handlers to enjoy the sport.
She will start a new class on Sunday, October 20 at 4 pm. Amanda can be contacted for more information: email@example.com, 208-936-0872
HPHP is an all-volunteer organization. There are no salaries or compensations.
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Nursing Homes: We provide special occasion celebrations: National Ice Cream Month, Halloween, and birthdays The budget also includes helping individual residents who might have special needs. We help provide items for the Country Stores.
R.E.A.D. Our literacy budget is $5000+. We provide books, bookmarks, stickers, incentives to participate in the program. HPHP also provides supplies for the classrooms.
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We have our first reservation for a private event. If you are thinking of hosting a small party or a presentation and need space at a convenient location, please contact Diane Carpenter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and details.
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