Parkour Level 1
Registration is now closed.
As described by the International Dog Parkour Association (www.dogparkour.org) Dog Parkour is thought of as urban agility. It is a fun activity that teaches dogs to safely and confidently engage with obstacles in the environment. Dogs are taught how to climb, balance, jump among other activities. I would add that Dog Parkour can double as a fantastic and quick way to engage your dog mentally and physically. This class is ideal for dogs that need a “job,” energetic dogs (that are driving their people craa-zy!) as well as dogs that need to learn to enjoy novel things.
In this level ONE course we will work on having dogs learn how to: balance, back up, pivot on two feet and wait on an obstacle.
Teams have taken Intro. to Parkour OR: 1. Have intermediate “shaping” skills with a clicker 2. Contact Almudena for a make- up class before course starts to have you catch up. The make- up class is 30 minutes long, held in Tesuque. Price is not included in course fee. Fee for a make -up class is $42.85 Santa Fe county tax included.
Open to 4 handlers and their dogs ages 5 months onward.
Dogs are comfortable working around people and other dogs on leash. No lunging, growling or excessive barking.
Rabies, DHLPP (distemper & parvo) or titer test. Proof of vaccination or titer test required at first class.
Saturday August 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th from 8 am – 9 am 2019. Dogs attend ALL four sessions.
Class held at C.H.A.C.O.’s hub in Tesuque. Directions will be e-mail the Wed. prior to class starting.
Fee: $160.05 (Santa Fe county tax included).