Summer 2020 session - special procedures in effect due to CoVID-19 pandemic
Location: Susan Morse's house, 10 Sunset West Circle, Ithaca
Mondays - Beginner-level Class - June 22, 29; July 6, 13, 20, 27; August 3 (graduation)
Register with Marian Szebenyi, 176 Jackson Hollow, Newfield, NY 14867.
Applications can be mailed any time up until one week before the start of classes; include the fee ($85 as a first class, $70 as the second class with this dog, $20 for active members), vaccination information, and the liability waiver. If you want to check whether classes are full, or have other questions about the application process, please contact Marian.
6:30 P.M. Puppy/Young Beginners Marian Szebenyi, assisted by Pauline Helfenstein Up to 8 students.
This is a first class for puppies 3 months - 1 year old. It covers manners, introduction to basic obedience, also some socialization and fun activities. Successful completion of this course will enable your puppy to get the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy certificate.
Location: Kathy Hildreth's house, 53 Karn Rd., Groton NY
Thursdays - Agility classes July-August dates
6:00 P.M. Agility II Kathy Hildreth Limited to 8 students
This is a second class for dogs that have completed Agility I or had equivalent training.
Register with Kathy Hildreth, 53 Karn Rd. Groton NY 13073
Use this application; you can scan the filled-out form and e-mail it to email@example.com or mail it in. Pay by check or PayPal (send fee to firstname.lastname@example.org, be sure to designate it as going to "friends and family"). Applications must be received by one week before the first class. This class is for Club members, and the fee is $20 for active members (or a certificate from instructing or assisting a class), $70 for inactive members. Kathy will confirm receipt of your application by e-mail, so be sure to provide a working e-mail address on the application.
Please note that IDTC is unable to accept aggressive or reactive dogs in our classes. If you are concerned that your dog is aggressive or reactive to people or other dogs, please ask for your vet for a referral to a certified animal behaviorist.