Paw Power Blues Dog Club


Rally obedience is a fun sport for dogs and handlers that may not be ready for 
formal obedience. Handlers and dogs will learn the basic obedience moves of heeling, come/front, right and left turns, 360's, sits, downs, and right and left finishes. 


Obedience is one of the oldest sporting events, and it;s open to all dogs. From walking on and off leashe to retrieving and juming, or demonstrationg you dog's ability to stay. Obedience classes further develop this wonderful relationship between dog and handler.
   Register Contact: Lorraine Frendling
AKC S.T.A.R Puppy

This class focuses on socializing your new family member, as well as teaching important training foundations. You will learn how to introduce your puppy to people, dogs, and new situations and distractions in a good way. Other skills taught are crate games, recalls, leash walking, sit, down and go to mat. FLYER
Open Obedience

This training is open to teams looking to practice on their own or with others. There is no instruction during this time.  FLYER
Register Contact: Carol Davis

Beginning Agility

Dogs and handlers are introduced to agility equipment. Focus is on your dog's confidence and enthusiasm for agility. Handlers are taught foundational skills such as sends, crosses and other commands needed. Teams will work up to short sequences of obstacles. Dogs must be six months or older with some obedience skills such as sit and stay.

Intermediate Agility

This class works on longer sequences and handler skills. Teams will continue to work confidence building and handling exercises. This class also focuses on competition skills.

Advanced Agility

Advance agility works with teams that are proficient in all areas of agility. Focus on how to improve handling skills and your dog's skills on 15 obstacle courses.

Agility Equipment

This class works all the equipment individually and includes A frame, dog walk, teeter, tunnel and weaves. Great for dogs that need extra time mastering a specific obstacle.
Register Contact: Michelle Ricelli

Scentwork is a recreational activity dog owners can enjoy with their canine companions. It encourages your dog's natural drive to hunt, coupled with their special talent for picking up scents and finding their source. Interior searches, exterior searches, container searches, and vehicle searches are some of the places that the scents will be detected by the dogs. Teams will learn foundations for handling, odor recognition and dog behavior.
Register Contact: Lisa Polazzi

Flyball is a dog sport in which teams of dogs race against each other from the start to the finish line, over a line of hurdles, to a box that releases a tennis ball to be caught when the dog presses the spring-loaded pad, then back to their handlers while carrying the ball.
Intro to Dog Sports
Register Contact: Jolene Flanery

Intro to Dog Sports

This four-week class introduces your dog to the dog sports available at our club. This allows you to see if your dog likes a specific sport without taking a full six week class in a specific discipline. Each week you will try a new sport. It includes Scentwork/Barnhunt, Rally/Obedience, Flyball and Agility.
Barn Hunt--Monthy Workshop
Register Contact: Gina Sparks

Bi-Monthly Class
Contact:  Karen Scobbe
Barn Hunt

This sport is based on the traditional roles of many breeds in barns and homes of vermin, It combines each dog’s natural desire to hunt with fantastic mental and physical exercise. It is perfect for any breed or age dog. 

Currently, classes are not offered. However, a fun match is held once a month. Runs are offered for the more experienced dogs. Newcomers are also welcome and beginning instruction is provided at this event.