Sedona AZ (September 5, 2012) – SedonaEye.com four-footed star columnist, Harley McGuire, encourages dog owners to be a part of the Sedona Parks and Recreation fall dog-friendly programing.
The line-up of Sedona Parks and Recreation classes and seminars offer a variety of opportunities for dog owners to teach pets new habits, explains Harley McGuire.
“Whether it is for puppy socialization or teaching an old dog better manners, these classes have it covered,” he adds.
Harley McGuire points out that often dog owners may have a well-behaved dog in need of an outlet for boundless energy.
If so, Harley McGuire suggests the popular sport of Flyball! Starr Ladehoff, CPDT-KA, will be the pet instructor for this fun journey.
Four 2012 class options are being offered by Parks and Recreation: Puppy Kindergarten September 23 – October 14; Good Manners Class September 23 – October 28; Rally Obedience September 23 – October 28; and, new this year, Beginning Flyball September 23 – October 28 taught by instructor Sarah Sheridan.
All classes will be taught at Posse Grounds Park, 525 Posse Ground Road, Sedona.
Harley McGuire explains that Sedona Parks and Recreation is offering five educational seminars during the fall of 2012: What is My Dog Learning? October 2; What is My Dog Saying? October 16; Really Reliable Recall October 30; What is My Dog Saying at the Dog Park? November 6; and, Why is My Dog Bossy? on November 20.
All seminars will be taught in the Sedona City Hall Vultee Conference Room, 102 Roadrunner Drive, Sedona, Arizona 86341.
Registration is being accepted now for all classes through the Parks and Recreation Department - walk-in to register or register by calling 928-282-7098. For more detailed class descriptions, prices and times, Harley McGuire suggests visiting the City of Sedona web site at www.SedonaAz.gov/Parks.
Schedule quality time and fun with your dog today! Take the time to show the love!
Harley McGuire would like to remind Sedona Eye readers that the Sedona Humane Society has plenty of his pals waiting for a loving home.
Harley McGuire asks that you visit a local shelter and open your heart and home today. After all, you too may adopt a future star columnist!