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Get the latest FVDTC News, including Annual Dinner info, with this month's Waggin' Tales!
It's Dinner Time!
FVDTC will be holding its Annual Dinner in Geneva, on Sunday, July 17. Send in your reservation by July 10 in order to be included in the festivities.
Get more details or contact Candy Ellis if you have questions.
FVDTC Tracking Needs You!
FVDTC’s annual tracking test is in the weekend of September 10 &11 at Burlington Prairie Forest Preserve. We are looking for volunteers to lay tracks, lay cross-tracks, carry poles, and be drivers. You would have to commit to both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday is usually a longer day, where you need to be available for little more than half a day. Sunday is a shorter day starting early, and usually done in the early afternoon. No experience is needed for most jobs.
Contact Kent Hildebrand for more details.
FVDTC Fall Agility Trial
Fox Valley Dog Training is proud to host the 2022 Fall Agility Trial
September 16, 17 & 18
CarDunAl Obedience Training Club
10783 Wolf Drive
Huntley, IL 60142
Get your Premium List and enter soon.
Contact Cathy Fleury for more details.
FVDTC Heart Clinic
In conjunction with our 2022 Obedience and Rally Trials, FVDTC is happy to host Dr. Heidi Kellihan, who will perform cardiac exams for your dog.
When: Saturday November 19, 8:00am
Where: Kane County Fairgrounds; St. Charles, IL
- Auscultation Exam: $50
- Echocardiogram / Auscultation combo: $250
Get all the details here
FVDTC Members: We Want You!
If you are an FVDTC club member, and want to volunteer to help at a club event, you have several options. The easiest is to go to the club volunteer page:
Volunteer to Help!
You can also check the calendar or events pages, and then contact the appropriate committee chair.
If you want to be one of our invaluable instructors or helpers, contact the Director of Training.
Remember, every time you volunteer, you earn work credits toward awards and membership discounts. Thank you for your help.
Our policies continue to evolve, based on feedback from our guests and members, and instructions from CDC, WHO and the governor. Although we are back to full capacity, and drop-in trainers are welcome, you can reserve a timeslot for practice and run-thru classes. Trainers who have reserved a slot online will have priority over drop-in trainers.
Drop-In Class Signup
Puppy / Advanced Puppy / Beginner Class Info
COVID-19 Policy as of March, 2022
FVDTC’s COVID policy has been to closely adhere to the guidelines from the CDC, the Governor, and the Kane County Health Department. Per the CDC, Kane County is now at a low level of risk for COVID-19 transmission, so the newest update to our policy is:
- If you have tested positive for COVID-19, do not come to training for 10 days
- We prefer that you stay home if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, but — at a minimum — wear a mask while at training
- All others are free to choose whether to wear a mask, based on your vaccination status, personal level of risk, and your comfort level.
As always, FVDTC is dedicated to the safety and well-being of our members and guests while we interact with our dogs and each other. Please, consider “the other guy” when making attendance and masking decisions.