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Charlotte Zoom Room’s Summer Camp
Camp | Retreat
Date: July 23, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Charlotte Zoom Room
12239 N. Community House Rd.
Suite 134
Charlotte, NC 28277

Contact: Julene Kautzman
Phone: (704) 900-6728
Email: jkautzman@zoomroomonline.com
Site: http://www.zoomroomonline.com/charlotte-dog-training/summer-dog-training-camp.html

From obedience games to tricks and obstacle courses, dogs and young handlers will learn new skills to build confidence and communication at Charlotte Zoom Room’s Summer Camp. Whether learning basic obedience commands or building on what they already know, junior handlers and their pups will be showing off tricks such as playing dead, rolling over, crawling and running through agility obstacles like professionals.
Zoom Room’s summer camp is now open for registration. The details are listed below.


Location: Charlotte Zoom Room – 12239 N. Community House Rd., Suite 134, Charlotte, NC 28277

 


Requirements: Children ages 9-15, Dogs 8 months and older. The dog and participating child will have an evaluation with a trainer. During the evaluation, basic handling capability will be observed. At this time a trainer will also obtain a baseline of the dog’s knowledge of obedience, and any experience with agility and tricks.


Pricing: $299 per week, evaluation included.




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