PLAY GROUP ORIENTATION
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WHAT TO BRING
Our number one priority is the safety and well-being of our clients - both human and canine! Read our safety policies and ground rules here.
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What To Bring To Orientation:
CRATE, BED OR MAT
PUPPY ACTIVITY (KONG ETC)
FRESH FOOD TREATS
Bring If Puppy Is Attending:
WHAT DOES THE ORIENTATION INVOLVE?
The Play Group Orientation goes for one hour and covers our play group safety policies and a presentation on how to safely supervise dog play, including a detailed lesson on how to read dog body language. Every individual over 18 years of age who would like to enter the off-leash enclosure MUST attend orientation.
SHOULD I BRING MY PUPPY?
The Orientation is a THEORY class, so your puppy is not required to attend. You are, however, welcome to bring them along if you intend on taking them to play group on the same day. Your puppy must be small enough to sit on your lap, otherwise you must bring a crate.
If you are intending on bringing them along, please bring some items to help encourage them to be quiet and settled, like a crate, bed or mat to rest in, and something to keep them occupied like a kong stuffed with food, dried meat chew, bone or non-squeaky toy. They'll also need to be on leash and wearing a collar as per our grounds rules.
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