Obedience Training Club of Palm Beach County has been approved to host one day each of NW1 & NW2 trials. When: May 13th & 14th, 2017 Where: St. Lucie County Fairgrounds and Equestrian Center – 15601 West Midway Rd., Fort Pierce, FL Please Note: It is not appropriate to visit the trial location prior to … Read moreNose Work 1 and Nose Work 2 trial scheduled for May 13 and 14, 2017
Thanks to everyone from me, Judy McPartland, and Lauren Walsh for their help with our UKC Nose Work Match. We offered two trials on Saturday, December 10, with 65 completed P/T, Interior, and Container runs. Congratulations to everyone who participated, especially our High in Trial winners, Kathy Albasini (Trial 1) with Cassidy and Lauren Walsh … Read moreThank you after UKC nose work match
Are you ready to see how well your dog uses its nose? Have you been training a target odor for competition? Want to know more about nose work competitions? Read on. Canine Nose work Competition The National Association of Canine Scent Work (NACSW) is the founding body for nose work in the United States. The … Read moreOdor Recognition Test
The premium and entry form for our November 15, 2015 tracking test appear below. TDXPremium TDXEntryForm
Tracking practice will take place on Thursday, June 18th, from 6-8:00 pm. Location: Okeeheelee Park north side Limit 8 dogs Instructors: Jane Craig and Fran Smith For handlers who have attended an Intro to Tracking class or have tracking experience. Members $5 / Non-members $10 For more information, contact Jane Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org >
The building will be closed June 4-15 while our mats are removed for our June trial and rubber flooring is installed. No classes will be held indoors during this time. We appreciate your patience as we make this necessary improvement to our facility.
Obedience Training Club of Palm Beach County will be holding four Barn Hunt trials June 20-21. The judge is Darla Lacey. Our address is 1250 Gateway Road, Lake Park, FL 33403. The trials will be indoors and air conditioned. The premium is available here: Trials & Seminars
Check out the Urban CGC video, which features three members of Obedience Training Club of Palm Beach County. We are proud of Marti, Mary, and Catherine, and of course Lark, Vera, and Sophie.
Flint’s registered name is Tudorose Light My Fire CD BN JH WCX UWC. Owned and loved by member Joann Smith, he is a 2-year-old Standard Poodle. This photo is of Flint at the Poodle Club of America National Specialty 2015. Joann says, “Flint is an awesome young dog with lots of exciting, fun adventures ahead of him.”
1 – Exit/enter doorway with no pulling in dog-friendly buildings. Exit building to start test, additional Public buildings items are below. 2 – Walk through a crowd on a busy urban sidewalk. People come toward the dog from 1-ft. away Tolerate distractions (people wearing hats, coats, men, women, etc). 3 – Appropriate reaction to city … Read moreUrban CGC Test Items