Performance Dogs in Action
EDUCATIONAL FIELD TRIPS & CAMPS
Encounters of the Animal Kind
A hands-on experience with working dogs and farm animals!
Visit the Golden State university for DOGS! Experience
first hand the struggles a working dog faces and begin
to understand their incredible nature. Watch nationally
recognized champion dogs perform in HERDING and
Mission : To create greater awareness, understanding, and appreciation of our relationships with working dogs and farm animals.
How: By allowing students a hands-on and fun-filled experience with championship working dogs and a variety of farm animals.
Where: At a professional dog-training facility and working ranch in Pleasant Grove, CA (15 minutes north of Sacramento).
Who: Open to school-aged children in groups of 35 or less.
When: Available year round, weather permitting.
Performance Dogs in Action | 916-655-1558 | copyright 2016
FACILITY RENTAL & EVENTS
Take advantage of the opportunity to use our facility for your upcoming event. Are you thinking of hosting:
For more information contact Nola Jones by text at 916-655-1558
How Do I Register?
Reservations: For more information and reservations text to: (916) 655-1558. We accept reservations beginning in May for the following school year. Any reservation cancelled less than 2 weeks prior to the event will incur a 50% processing fee. A reservation cancelled within 24 hours of the scheduled date will require full payment. However, if weather prohibits the activities, we will reschedule without penalty.
Weather: Performance and activities will continue during light sprinkles; however, if conditions are too extreme, we will need to reschedule. This decision will be made at the discretion of the Program Director. It is advisable to call the ranch recording @ 916-655-1558 the day before a scheduled event for info about the weather and any other possible problems.
Group Size and Supervision: Groups are limited to no more than 35 students. For elementary and preschool students, one adult chaperone is required for every six students. For middle and high school students a ratio of one adult to every ten students is acceptable. Students will be outside for the entire program and each student is required to bring a bottle of water, clearly labeled with their name on it. An ITP Signer is available for the deaf upon request.