Are you ready for fun-filled learning and bonding opportunities that will make this a winter filled with smiles and wags?
Whether your dog is young or old, just beginning their puppy training or a pro, Dog Scouts always provides something for every dog’s age and training level while accommodating the wide range in handler knowledge and abilities – our Winter of Wags 2021 virtual fundraiser will do the same.
For this winter we’ve taken the criteria for First Aid, Travel Safety, Disaster Prep, Massage & Naked Dog Obedience, as well as an introduction to the pulling badges and applied them to weekly activities so you can focus on mastering each skill before moving on to the next. This means you’ll have plenty to do if you’re sheltering in place due to weather or pandemic restrictions and looking for something to brighten the dark days of winter or if you’re able to partially or fully access the great outdoors and want activities to engage with your dog and explore your surroundings.
By the end of 4 weeks you’ll both have acquired skills and knowledge that will increase your dog’s confidence, deepen your relationship, develop your communication skills and add a multitude of positive experiences to enhance your dog’s quality of life to make this a month to remember in your journey together.
You will also have progressed along the checklists for the merit badges highlighted during the event and be ready to take your videos and answer the questions to submit if your dog is already a Dog Scout or save for future submission once your dog has earned the Dog Scout title. PLUS your dog will have acquired proficiency in skills that can be applied towards a number of other badge requirements, and improved his reliability in everyday life skills.