Rogue Valley Kennel Club members are happy to participate in many community affairs.
We love to teach children and their families safe ways to approach dogs.
Some of the recent activities are pictured!
|Frog O’Faire – June 15, 2013|
|Rogue Valley Kennel Club dogs had a half hour
to show off their skills on stage.
|Trista in the “how to greet a dog” demonstration||Goshe shows a service dog skill of picking up keys|
|Poppy & Pixie working in brace||Gypsy and Trista double up on the Figure 8 exercise||Diggs uses scent discrimination skills to choose the soccer ball|
|After the stage show, the dogs spent the day
looking cute and being petted.
|Cher – Shetland Sheepdog||Goshe – Pit Bull Terrier|
|Diggs – Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever||Gypsy – Australian Shepherd||Perry – Staffordshire Bull Terrier|
|Tai – Rottweiler||Pogo – Standard Poodle||Monarch – Whippet|
|Pixie – Pembroke Welsh Corgi||Trista – Labrador Retriever||Poppy – Pembroke Welsh Corgi|
Frog O’Faire June 16, 2012
“Kid-proof” dogs are available for petting
What kid can resist a face like this?
Frog O’Faire – June 16, 2012“Kid-proof” dogs are available for pettingWhat a gentle touch!A group shot of some of the participantsWhat kid can resist a face like this?