Looking for a fun activity to do with your dog? Learn how to show your dog for 4-H and American Kennel Club (AKC) competitions!
During this 5-session series, youth will:
Youth ages 8-18. For youth safety, parents/guardians must be present. Please, no dogs for the introductory session on October 3rd.
On the grounds of our office and education center located at 10 Patriot Hills Drive, Stony Point, NY.
Saturdays, October 3rd to 31st, 3 to 4 PM.
Make sure to join us in costume on October 31st!
October 2nd or until full. Space is limited to 10 individuals, so register early!
$75. Financial assistance is available for those with demonstrated need.
Fran Hellman is a certified professional dog trainer and the owner of Four Paws Guidance Dog Training. Fran teaches breed handling group training classes, as well as private lessons. She has shown several dogs to their championships. You can find out more about Fran by visiting her website, www.fourpawsguidancedogtraining.com.
New York State 4-H and the American Kennel Club (AKC) offer opportunities for youth to show their dog handling skills, which can help youth develop life-long skills including responsibility, patience, sportsmanship, and self-confidence. The 4-H showmanship competitions focus on the handler, not on the dog’s conformation or purebred status, so rescued dogs and mixed breeds are welcome ( with restrictions). To learn more, go to the NYS4-H Dog Program website or visit the AKC Junior Showmanship website.
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For the Program:
CCE Rockland Education Center
10 Patriot Hills Drive
Stony Point, New York 10980
Last updated September 24, 2020