2017 SUMMER SESSION CLASS SCHEDULE

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There will be an ORIENTATION CLASS (without dogs) for all PUPPY and BEGINNER classes on Wednesday, July 5, at 6:00 pm in the back room of the training center, followed by walk-in registration
Mail-in Registration opens May 20th

CLASSES RUN FOR 6 WEEKS – FEE $85.00

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MONDAYS, July 10 — August 14
10:00 am – Puppy Obedience (front room) 
6:00 pm – Beginner Obedience (back room)  
7:00 pm – Puppy Obedience (back room) 

TUESDAYS, July 11 — August 15
Classes that normally meet in the front room will not meet on Aug. 8 due to elections
6:00 pm – Puppy Grad Obedience (back room)  
6:00 pm –  Beginner Obedience (front room) No class Aug. 8 due to elections
7:00 pm – Puppy Obedience (front room)  No class Aug. 8 due to elections
7:00 pm – Pre-Novice Obedience (back room)
8:00 pm – Novice Obedience (back room)
                      Make up classes for Beginner and Puppy will be on Aug. 22

WEDNESDAYS, July 12 — August 16
9:00 am –  Novice Rally Obedience  (front room)
9:00 am –  Advanced Rally Obedience  (back room)
7:00 pm – Beginner Grad Obedience (back room)

THURSDAYS, July 13 — August 24
NOTE: Thursday classes do not meet the 1st Thursday of each month due to membership meetings
7:00 pm – Open Floor Obedience (front room)*
*This is a drop-in class — $5.00 per class (free for active WDC members)

SPECIAL CLASSES: $85 ($40 for active members), no coupons, limited class size
Mondays, July 10 — August 16, 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Intro to AKC Tracking (front room) FULL
Wednesdays, July 12 – August 16 ,  5:30 – 6:45 pm,  Nose Work Level 1 — Intro to Nose Work (front room) FULL
                                                                                                               CLICK HERE FOR NOSE WORK REGISTRATION FORM
Thursdays, July 13 — August 17, 11:30 – 12:30Therapy Dog Class (back room)

CLICK HERE FOR OBEDIENCE CLASS REGISTRATION FORM
Questions? Contact Bruce Ziesemer brucez272@gmail.com or 920-882-0809

Fall class session will begin the week of September 11

“Let the Trainer examine himself when the dog makes a mistake or does not understand the exercise or fails in obedience and let him ask “Where am I at fault?” Max von Stephanitz “The German Shepherd Dog in Word and Picture”  Published in 1923.