Paw Power Blues Dog Club

BARN HUNT CLASSES

Tuesday Classes
 Session One:  June 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, July 7th
Session Two:  July 14th, 21st, 28th, August 4th, 11th, 18th 

Level: Open
 5:15-6:15 
Instructor: Julie Wencloff

Level: Instinct/Novice
6:30-7:30
Instructor: Michelle Riccelli


Wednesday Class
Session One: June 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, July 1st, 8th
Session Two: July 15th, 22nd, 29th, August 5th, 12th, 19th

Level:  Instinct/Novice
6:30-7:30
Instructor:  Patty Rimkus

Welcome to Paw Power Blues Dog  Club
Agility Obedience Rally Flyball Nose Work
Members

The next  
meeting is on: 


January 8th, 2017


Board: 5pm  
Members: 6pm


2015
Board of Directors


President
Pat Walton
pwalton14@hotmail.com


Vice President
Carol Kozanda


Treasurer
Deb Glidden
dglidden01@sbcglobal.net​


Secretary
Judy Rowe

Board
Michelle Riccelli

​Board
Schazty Brown

Board
Monika Hernandez
House Rules

1.  All dogs must be on leash outside the building 
(Lowell, IN Ordinance)
2.  Dogs to be exercised only in designated area.  
(East side of building)
3. Pick up after your dog. 
(Clean up materials in exercise area)
4.  Orange collars/sleeves provided for reactive dogs.  
We encourage you to use these if your dog needs some space.
(Inside building just inside door)



About Us
Paw Powers is a not for profit club dedicated to promoting canine sports and activities.  We offer classes in multiple venues for members and the public.  We also host titling events in rally, obedience, agility, and nosework.  We are a club dependent on the membership to volunteer their time and expertise in order to educate our fellow dog fanciers and promote responsible pet ownership. 
History
Paw Powers Blues Dog Club was organized in 1993 by a group of dog enthusiasts.  They came from a club that focused on obedience.  There was a growing interest among this group to expand horizons by including flyball and agility. They believed there was more fun to be had with their dogs.  And so, with hard work, start up loans from some members and various demonstrations for the public, Paw Power found a home in Cedar Lake.  Paw Power became legally incorporated in 2004.  At the same time a not for profit status was secured and this protected the club as a legal entity.  The original training building was located in Cedar Lake, but as time went on, Paw Power Blues Dog Club outgrew the building and so in 2007 the club moved south to 18026 Wicker in Lowell, Indiana.  
Location
On the corner of Rt. 2 and Indianapolis Blvd. (Rt. 41)
Located in Ronson's Heavy Equipment Building

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*** Feature Photos ***



Obedience

FUN


Match!!



December 1st, 2016


Christy Dyke with the Ozman!

Something New!!!!

Handler Discrimination

Run Throughs

First Tuesday of Month
$5 per run or 3 for $10
8pm after Barn Hunt class
Bring your glove & dog & let the sniffing begin!


"An Introduction to Human Remains Detection"

A workshop conducted by Leah Synder
Director, Indiana Search and Recovery
April 22nd, 2017

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