Sandia Dog Obedience Club: Teaching people and their dogs for over 50 years.

General Meeting this month is February 23. Note that the date in the Scents & Nonscents was in error.

What happens between the Obstacles is Handling. Come learn and practice your front crosses, rear crosses ---maybe even a blind!  These moves help you maneuver your dog through an agility course. Novice Handling skills will include short sequences using jumps and weave poles. 

Novice Handling Skills-Drop in Class Tuesdays at 6PM

Laura Echeverria , Instructor

Cathy Hyatt, apprentice

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