Dog Agility is the king of dog sports and often referred to as the most fun a dog can have – leaping over a variety of jumps, tipping a see-saw, zig zagging through a series of upright poles, negotiating a narrow dog-walk or zooming through tunnels. To a dog, an agility field is a doggy amusement park. Whether you’re looking for a venue where your dog can burn off some excess energy in a safe, constructive manner, or simply want to spend some “quality time” with your dog, agility training offers amusement and challenges for both the dog and handler often turning an unruly friend into a willing and appreciative teammate!
The Cochrane & Area Humane Society offers Small Breed Dog Drop-In Dog Play Dates at our Rehabilitation & Education Centre located behind the shelter at 62 Griffin Industrial Point, every Thursday evening from 7:00-7:45pm The fee is $7 per dog.
The Cochrane & Area Humane Society offers a great way to socialize your pup in our new Puppy Drop-In Play Group! This is an opportunity for your fur baby to play with other puppies and to learn important social and communication skills. Join us at our Rehabilitation & Education Centre located behind the shelter at 62 Griffin Industrial Point every Sunday afternoon from 3:00-3:45pm. The fee is $7 per dog and is free for puppies that are currently registered in the CAHS Puppy Obedience classes.
All classes are held at our Rehabilitation & Education Centre located at the back of the main shelter building.
Upcoming 2017 Sessions are listed below. Please see the class information above for class description and fees.
There are no Saturday, Sunday or Monday classes on long weekends.
Phone (403) 932-2072 ext 106 to register for any upcoming classes. Payment is required at time of registration. Classes fill up quickly!
Maisy is doing wonderful (we kept her name since I thought it suited her). She is such a sweet-natured girl, and loves cuddles and belly rubs! She is starting to purr now when she is happy and around my boyfriend and I. The only time I’ve ever heard her meow though, was when we took her to the vet. Other than that, she doesn’t make a sound. I thought it was a little strange because I’ve always had chatty cats growing up, but I guess that’s just how Maisy is!
We could not have found a better cat to fit into our lives. Thank you so much once again.