The Wienermobile is coming on Saturday!
Demonstrations of narcotics detection by certified police K-9 unit Donny Emerick and K9 Rita. Donny and Rita will conduct demonstrations displaying Rita's abilities to locate hidden illegal narcotic odors. Rita is able to detect narcotics almost anywhere! Saturday Morning Only!
READY, SIT, GO
K9 Nose Work demonstrations with Michael McManus
K9 Nose Work® is a fun new dog sport in which any dog can participate. It is modeled after bomb or narcotic style detection but we use benign odors (birch, anise and clove oils) and train for fun. We will demonstrate how dogs of different breed and personality all enjoy this detection style training in different situations. www.readysitgo.com
Demonstrations with Michael McManus
Treibball is a combination of herding, soccer and advanced obedience. Dogs are taught to go out select from a number of balls and push them back to a goal or the handler. Despite its outward appearance to herding, such as the use of herding commands and the ability of the dogs to herd the balls, no herding instinct is required. www.readysitgo.com
Speaking on the Good Dog Stage will be Donald Dotter, creator and owner of Kinetic Paws, Orthotics and Prosthetics.
This field is relatively new and there is much to learn from Kinetic Paws. Don't miss this educational opportunity
DISC DOGS in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Disc Dogs in Southern California (D²I.S.C.) is a group of disc dog fanatics whose main purpose is to have fun while promoting canine disc as a great way to keep family pets happy, healthy, and in shape. www.d2isc.com
KYRA SUNDANCE Stunt Dog Team
Kyra Sundance's world famous acrobatic stunt dog team have amazed audiences worldwide in person and on TV with their high-flying acrobatics and incredible teamwork. High-energy stunts choreographed to techno music dazzle the audience! The "World's Smartest Dog" routine (as performed on Jay Leno) will leave them scratching their heads anting more!
Nannette Klatt, Gallant Heart Guide DogsNannette is an accomplished (SAG) film, television and commercial actress as well as a print model, published writer, and accomplished equestrian.
Nannette is legally blind and accompanied by her guide dog, Saint Breeze, she will talk about the life of a guide dog and the owner it is paired with.
See some of the cutest, happiest dogs around! The Pet Parade is open to all participants who want to show off their dogs in all their best or funniest finery. Come join the parade and win prizes.
Parade times for Saturday and Sunday: 10:20 am.
Parade Will Start on the Good Dog StageCategories:
Best Dog/Owner Costume
Most Original Costume
Sign up at the Information Booth by 10:00 am
AMERICAN DIVING DOGS
Presented by: http://www.americandivingdogs.com/
DEMONSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Watch happy dogs jumping off a dock into a pool of water. They LOVE it, and you will, too! Your dog may try out and practice all day for a nominal fee. Committed to animal rescue, they believe that dock diving provides an opportunity to advance responsible pet ownership, and doing something fun also exercises a dog’s mind and body.
Early registration will be available on http://www.americandivingdogs.com/ as the Bark gets closer.
AGILITY DEMONSTRATIONS & TRY-OUT RING
Hosted by Impawsible Feets Agility
Have you always wondered if you and your dog would enjoy Agility?
Well, now you can find out. For a nominal fee you and your dog can try out the agility course under the supervision of an experienced instructor! Have fun and a bit of exercise watching the agility demos and giving the ring a try.
DOGGY FUN ZONE - NEW THIS YEAR!
Presented by: http://doggiefunzone.com/
The Doggie Fun Zone is an amazing, thrilling and entertaining fun and run multi-dimensional lure motivated obstacle course. No prior training or experience needed to look like a performance star.
We are so excited this year- We have an ENTIRE OUTFIELD just for lure coursing!!
(This activity will be cancelled if it rains or if too hot for the machines.)
We will donate $1 per run to the Bark at the Park Lancaster
These donations join the larger pool of donations which ultimately benefit the LA County Animal Shelter in Lancaster.
We look forward to seeing our lure coursing "addicts" and meeting newbies!
This year for a nominal fee have your dog hooked up to a scooter and see if he enjoys urban sledding!
Sponsored by the SoCal Working Snow Dogs
Urban Sledding demonstrations throughout Saturday and Sunday
In the CAMACHO Canine Carnival Area
by Blazing Trail's K9 Academy
protection demonstration in the Bow Wow Arena on Saturday
ASK THE TRAINER
Do you have questions about your dog's behavior or how to teach a certain command? Well, the experts are here for you!
Find them at the HiDOC Pet Pals Booth On Saturday Only.
" AKC Rally. Registration: 9:30 am, Practice begins at 10:00 am
Judge: Mrs. Shirley Indelicato.
Rally Fees: $4.00 first run through; $2.00 second run through
PET-PAC EMERGENCY PET SUPPLIES, Robert Hazzard
Each day we come closer to having a major earthquake in California, Oregon, Nevada, Washington or Middle America. Robert will discuss necessary supplies and emergency preparation planning steps critical in providing for your four-legged family members in the aftermath of catastrophic events.
Saturday: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Administered by Chuck Whitt, LVT
Sponsored by the High Desert Obedience Club
$35.00 per dog ~ Includes Implanting, Registration, and Tag
FLYBALL DEMONSTRATIONS BY THE MISFITSEnjoy watching the exciting sport of Flyball. Teams of dogs race against each other over a line of hurdles to a box that releases a tennis ball to be caught by the dog, and then back to their handler while carrying the ball.
CANINE GOOD CITIZEN TEST
Presented by High Desert Obedience Club
Registration: 9:00 am Event Begins at 10:00 am
The CGC Test is to demonstrate that the dog, as a companion of man, can be a respected member of the community, and can be trained and conditioned to always behave in the home, in public places,and in the presence of other dogs in a manner that will reflect credit on the dog.
To qualify, a dog must pass each of the ten test categories listed below.
Cost for the CGC test is $10 for the first dog and $8 each for any additional dogs. (Please Note: CGC is not an official AKC title and will not appear on a dog's registration certificate or pedigree. It is meant to reward dogs for having good manners, which enhances public acceptance of dogs. It is the first AKC program ever opened to non-purebred dogs.)
For more details, please see: http://highdesertobedienceclub.org/pages/cgctest.htm1. Accepting a Friendly Stranger 2. Sitting Politely for Petting 3. Appearance and Grooming 4. Out for a Walk(walking on loose leash) 5. Walking Through a Crowd 6. Sit and Down on Command/Staying in Place 7. Coming when Called 8. Reaction to Another Dog 9. Reactions to Distractions 10. Supervised Separation
MAN'S BEST FRIEND CONTESTS
Sponsored by Blue Buffalo
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
(Sign up at Information Booth by 11:30 am)
Just good fun! Get ready to strut your stuff!
Use your imagination. You never know what might be the best trick. Each contestant will be limited to 2 minutes.
Do people often mistake you for your dog or vice versa? This is the contest for you!
Best Singing Dog
Does your dog give Pavarotti a run for his money? Quick, sign him up for this contest!
Best Dressed Dog
Does your dog like to dress up? Here is his/her chance to shine!
Best Human Barker
Can you out-bark your dog? Let us hear you!