What is being proposed for the Enoch Dog Park

 

Being proposed:
Minimum 3 areas
large dog
small dog
training/demo/or all dog area by appointment which will be used as a rotation area as well for maintenance
6’ Cyclone Fencing
Double Gated Entry – so dogs cannot escape
Multiple Entries for each area – so dogs do not congregate in front of one entrance
Maintenance Gates for each area.
Pick Up Stations – multiple. Encourages compliance of waste pick-up
Sanitation Receptacles for pet waste and trash
Rules Signage
Seating with shaded areas
Bulletin Boards for postings

Start the new year with dog training classes with Gail Workman

Gail Workman, will be offering a FREE DOG TRAINING SEMINAR for the Public at the Iron County Visitors Center, 581 N Main Street Cedar City on Wednesday, January 22nd from 5:30 to 8:30PM. There will be time for questions and answers. This seminar is WITHOUT dogs and open to the public. Please sign up by calling Gail Workman to register as space is limited. Classes begin the following week. This seminar is a pre-requisite for those intending to take Gail’s class so you know what to expect and be prepared for.Gail’s training classes, will begin on Wednesday, January 29th, 2014. The cost is $75.00 for a 6 week course and includes Canine Good Citizen testing at the end of the course. Classes will be held at Gateway Preparatory, 201 Thoroughbred Way, Enoch (off Minersville Hwy)

5:30PM to 6PM Puppy Socialization and basic training for puppies 3 to 5 months is FREE.
This class will teach reliable recall, basic sit, wait and loose leash walking

6PM to 7PM is Basic Obedience with a goal of passing Canine Good Citizen testing.
This course will cover, loose leash walking, heeling, sit, down, stay, wait, coming when called, sitting politely, accepting a friendly stranger, leave it, reactions to other dogs and distractions and more.
Canine Good Citizen Testing is free to those having taken Gail’s course.

For Questions, please contact Gail Workman at: 435-592-5487

About Gail:

Gail has been actively training and showing dogs for 30 years. She is experienced in many methods of training to meet the needs of each individual dog. She keeps up with all new methods available as well as using older, traditional methods of training. She believes a good instructor should have the knowledge of, and be able to, use all tools available to pair you and your dog for the best up-to-date training program available.

Whether you want a well behaved pet or want to show or compete in a fun, motivating dog event, she can help you and your dog be the best he/she can be.

Gail shows and competes regularly in obedience, tracking, agility, hunting, rally & flyball around the country. She responsibly breeds and shows Cocker Spaniels.