Date(s) - Saturday, May 11, 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
- If your dog has not been around livestock, you will need a training lesson to go out and see other types of animals before our outing. (Contact a trainer ASAP)
- Tram Ride
- Because of tight quarters, small dogs can ride on laps, and bigger dogs can sit up or lay down if room.
- Your dog should never be in the seat of any ride, chair or bench.
- Remember your dog will be using other people’s space, so take up a little room as possible.
- Your dog should be able to ignore other animals and not bark. Your “leave it” command will need to strong and reliable. (If your dog has not been around livestock, contact a trainer ASAP)
- Waiting in line
- Waiting in line can be hard for some dogs when you are first starting. Your dog should sit/stand by your side, down at your feet, or working on blocking behavior.
- Beware of your dog and others. If it is crowded, a shorter leash maybe needed.
- Your dog should have a strong leave it (watch your dog for “shopping”).
- We would like you to wait in line to ask a question if you are not buying anything.
- A gentle leader may be useful for keeping control of your dogs wandering nose.
- You can bring a snack, purchase something or sit with someone who is eating.
- Your dog will need to down under the table or chair and be out of the way the whole time you are seated.
- If your dog has issues sitting on different flooring types, then you need to have a mat for them to use.
if you do not want to pay the parking fees at Grants Farm we have links to the following area to aprk.
The parking lot on grants trail (this one is more recommended since there is more space)
Please check to make sure you are able to walk the distance to Grants farm. is you are not ablethen park in the grants Farm parking lot.
Bookings are closed for this event.