As a follow up to our announcement to postpone classes until March 29, the board has now decided to postpone classes for at least another month. Unfortunately, we are not able to give you an exact date for resuming classes. I think that everyone understands that to be dependent on what happens in our community, our state and our nation in the next month. We want to make sure that we do what is best for the community as well as for our students and our instructors. We have been in the dog training business for 27 years, we are financially stable, and we will be here for your future dog training needs. Those students who are currently enrolled will retain their spots in their classes once we resume. We understand that this may not be feasible for everyone so if there are circumstances that make that impractical for a student, please let us know and we will address all options. We are asking for your patience at this time while we all deal with a difficult situation. Updates will be posted on our web site and Facebook page.

In the meantime, stay safe and stay well!

Below is a list of recommendations for those who may be using the building at this time for trainer’s pass but please let us know if you have other suggestions.

  1. Stay home if you feel ill. Notify the board at any time if you feel you have been exposed and we will send an email out to the email list.
  2. No more than 4 people in the building at one time.
  3. Crate out of your car or bring your own crate. If you do use the club crates, disinfect before and after use.
  4. The club has hand sanitizer and of course soap and water is the best. Bring your own just in case we run out and you can’t find the supplies.
  5. Wipe everything you use down with disinfectant but especially door handles, light switches, the pen you use to sign in, as well as equipment. We know this is a lot but we will also see about getting extra cleaning down in the building during this time.
  6. Finally, use the club only if you are willing to take the risk. Some people are worried because they or a family member is at risk, other are not. Even if you are not, please follow all the precautions and use the building “at your own risk.”