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Dog obedience courses begin Thursday, Saturday

February 26, 2013

From Staff Reports

Two separate multi-week courses to help dogs and their owners learn obedience and training skills will begin this week.

In this basic obedience course, dogs will learn to walk on a leash, sit, lay down, stay, come when called and stand still for grooming and exams.

Dogs must be current on all vaccines, including rabies. Owners must bring the vaccination record and registration receipt to the first class.

One course begins on Thursday and will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. every Thursday through April 11.

The alternate course beings Saturday and will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. every Saturday through April 13.

The cost for the classes is $98 for all seven meetings or $14 per drop-in class.

Residents who adopt a dog from the Apple Valley Municipal Animal Shelter or the Victor Valley Animal Protection League will receive 10 percent off the cost of the course.

The courses will be held at Corwin Park, 18577 Corwin Road.

Leases and collars are available for purchase for $20 during the first two sessions of each course. For more information, call Claudia Wolff at (760) 298-1369 or find Sea Wolff Dog School on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/K9Teacher.