Masters of Ceremonies
Blessing of the Dogs
Barry White, owner of our local Carpeteria store will be our Master of Ceremonies, co-hosting with Bart Avery.
Be sure to see Barry for all your flooring needs.
42212 10th St. West, Suite 6A
Bart Avery, owner of Bravery Brewing Company in Lancaster will be our Master of Ceremonies, co-hosting with Barry White.
Be sure to visit Bravery Brewing for a great time.
42705 8th Street West
Please join Fr Patrick Sheridan, from St. Andrews Abbey, for the 2:00pm Blessing of the Dogs
Antelope Valley Dog Sports
Homeland Security Officer, Michelle Schlinsky and her food detection beagle will demo how they help keep banned foods from entering the U.S.
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 wanting more! www.domorewithyourdog.com
Tired Dog, Good Dog brings out the “wild side” of your dog and quickly reduces excess energy.
A fun activity for your dog, in a safe environment.
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 — In the Canine Carnival Area. www.urbanmushing.com
Sherry Buchbinder is part of our Bark family as she has been a featured speaker for so many years! She will speak on stage about her wonderful involvement with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Be sure to stop by her booth and visit with Canine Ambassador Kidd-Barker and Sherry.
Do you wonder if your dog would enjoy agility?
Rino Agility will have a few, modified pieces of equipment for you to try out. For safety, you and your dog will be guided by an experienced trainer. Come and see if agility might be in your dogs future!
A small fee will be requested.
Presented by North Valley Veterinary Clinic
Canine Adenovirus 2
Saturday: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Sponsored by the High Desert Obedience Club
$35.00 per dog ~ Includes Implanting, Registration, and Tag
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.
Accepting a Friendly Stranger
Sitting Politely for Petting
Appearance and Grooming
Out for a Walk (walking on loose leash)
Walking Through a Crowd
Sit and Down on Command/Staying in Place
Coming when Called
Reaction to Another Dog
Reactions to Distractions
Cost for the CGC test is $10 for the first dog and $8 each for any additional dogs (It is the first AKC program ever opened to non-purebred dogs.).
For more details, please see: http://highdesertobedienceclub.org/pages/cgctest.htm
Man’s Best Friend Contests
Just good fun! Get ready to strut your stuff!
(Sign up at Information Booth by 11:30 am)
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!