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4th of July Parade

July 20, 2014

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Birthday Fun at Agility Class

June 29, 2014

Fun at the YMCA

June 11, 2014

We had a great time with all the other pet owners at the YMCA! http://www.rivernewsonline.com/main.asp?SectionID=9&SubSectionID=78&ArticleID=62572

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Doggie Fun Day at Foster and Smith

June 1, 2014

Our annual Doggie Fun Day at the Drs. Foster and Smith retail store was fun as always! Here are a few photos…

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Classes ongoing all summer

May 8, 2014

All levels of agility, from beginner to competitive, obedience and more. Give Deb a call today 715-282-5972.

Classes Have Started!

May 1, 2013

Classes have started for the season! Give Deb a call too see what is available: 715-282-5972 — Agility, Obedience and MORE!

Welcome to NorthwoodsK9Sports in Rhinelander, WI!

April 4, 2010

Echo running dog agilityNorthwoods K9 Sports Dog Training is located just minutes west of Rhinelander, WI. Agility classes, Obedience, Puppy Pre-School, andĀ more are offered.

Please contact trainerĀ  at 715-282-5972 for more information.

Directions:
Take HWY 8 West of Rhinelander, 10 miles
Turn left on Spring Creek Road, 1 mile
Turn left on Firetower Road, 1 mile
Training area on right – watch for signs!

ABOUT NORTHWOODS K9 SPORTS Dog Training:
Looking for a fun way to spend time and bond with your dog? Try Agility with your dog! Agility is a great and fun way to not only train your dog, but is a challenging & rewarding experience as well. Any size, age or breed of dog (or person) can join in on the agility fun! Your dog only needs to know some amount of obedience commands such as sit & stay, but those can also be worked on & improved upon during Agility classes. Beginner dogs start out on leashes, and our arena is fully enclosed so there is no fear of dogs running off or being in any danger. Once your dog progresses in his agility training, he’ll be able to be off leash while running a course, and performing sit/stays like an old pro before you know it.If you’re not up to the challenge of agility, why not try something a little more low-key? Learn how to do K9 Dance with your dog. If you want to learn how to communicate more successfully with your pet, give Obedience a try. You will learn basic commands such as sit, stay come, down, etc.

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