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Dock Diving Classes

POOL IS OPEN

AKC (NADD) dock diving competitions

See Events Page for more information

Sept. 8 (Sat) Sept. 9 (Sun) and Sept. 10 (Mon) Qualifier

DROP-IN PRACTICE SESSIONS:  $15 per dog

None scheduled at this time

 

 

 CLASSES:  $80, 4 WEEKS, Classes limited to 6 dogs

No refunds for missed classes.

Please note that no one is automatically scheduled for any class. 

Sign up for a class is on a first come – first serve basis.  First 6 people to sign up and pay will be in a class.

 

E – 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Charlie Bear                                  Falkor (Donna Brown)

Belle                                               Aion (Ludmila Stajduhar)

Lilje (Annette Engels)                   Molly (Pauline)

Annie (Lindsay Janes)

 

Late Class – 10:30 – Noon

Natasha (Monica)                         Ross (Sue Bradley)

Dolly (Jennifer Lewis)                   Rhy (Xena)

Elara (Kim Brock)                          Douglas (Mary)

 

BEGINNER:

Dogs will learn how to swim, how to enter and exit pool, retrieve toys, and possibly how to “jump” into the water.  You might have to go into the pool with your dog until he swims comfortably.  The pool is not heated.

 Sundays, 10 a.m. to 11;30 a.m.

July 8 through July 29, 2018

ADVANCED:

Dogs must willingly jump off dock.  This class will help you perfect your throwing, and other techniques  to help your dog jump farther.

 Sundays, 8:00 to 9:30 a.m.

  July 8 through  July 29, 2018

 

PRIVATE LESSONS:  $40 per hour

PRACTICE SESSIONS:  None scheduled as of June 17, 2018.

POOL RENTAL

Current Students:  $25 per hour, 1-2 dogs, additional dogs $10 each dog per hour.

Non-Students:  $35 per hour 1-2 dogs, additional dogs $12 each dog per hour.

Please call (520) 456-9020 to reserve your time.

CLICK HERE to Download Class Registration Form

Does your dog love to jump, or love swimming?  Dock diving is a sport where dogs jump off a dock into a pool.  Categories of dock diving are a) distance; b) height jumped, and c) fastest retrieving an object.

Students should bring a dog crate if possible, small treats, cloth leash and collar, water and water bowl, and a floatable toy.  Wear clothing that you won’t mind getting wet.  Come prepared to get in the pool if your dog needs to learn to swim.