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Dogs

November 21, 2019
4H

This is a project that teaches you how to train your dog and have a lot of fun while getting to know your dog.

All you need is some time, patience and a dog. Your dog doesn't have to be pure bred or registered; we know mixed breeds make wonderful pets.

Our motto: "To make the family pet a better family member."

Project Leaders:
Lynda Arbuckle       317-773-5758
Dawn Moos            317-213-8515
Beth Lawler            765-374-8070
John Garzon           317-760-7866
Allison Moos           317-432-4391
Elvina Beals            317-502-3503
Emily Atwell             317-366-9300
Char Rutar              317-989-3120
Brian Alvey             317-645-5534
Kaitlyn Alvey           317-657-5437  
Edith (Dee) Hayes   317-379-1566

PROJECT SUPERINTENDENTS: Lynda Arbuckle, 317-773-5758 
                                            Dawn Moos, 317-213-8515, dmoos425@gmail.com

EXHIBIT CHECK-IN: Dog Agility Saturday, July 11, 9:30 AM
                             Dog Obedience Monday, July 13, 3:30 PM
JUDGING: Dog Agility Saturday July 11, 10 AM, Open Judging
               Dog Obedience Monday, July 13, 4 PM, Open Judging
RELEASE TIME: Immediately following both shows

STATE FAIR ENTRIES: All livestock for STATE FAIR must be properly identified and enrolled.
State Fair entry deadline is July 1.

General Livestock Rules

General 4-H Rules

Workshops

Fair Page

Vaccination Form - coming soon

Score Cards

 

Dog Agility

Excellence categories A and B are eliminated.

Dog Obedience

Junior showmanship-Once a 4-H’er wins Junior showmanship at the County Dog Show, he/she is eligible to compete again in Junior showmanship.

Intermediate Showmanship-Once a 4-H’er wins Intermediate Showmanship at the County Dog Show, he/she is eligible to compete again in Intermediate Showmanship.

 

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