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  • Training Day
    6/8/2024 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Training Day

    The training day is scheduled to from 8 AM to 1 PM.

    Please RSVP to Chris Wall 563.343.5555 by Monday, June 3rd, if you will be able to attend the training day.  That will allow Chris time to make additional plans as needed.

    Please bring your own snacks, lunch, and beverages.. 

    The fields at this location may be fairly tall.  There are a couple very nice ponds for water work.

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  • Handler Aims and Rules Clinic
    6/29/2024 - 6/30/2024

    Handler Aims and Rules Clinic

    Registration Adult $100

    Registration Youth $50 see Kristen Rieser Scholarship Fund 

    Limited to 20 participants.

    Starting time 8:00 AM at 6442 114th Ave., Wapello.

    Registrations may be sent to Illowa NAVHDA, c/o Bobbi Benson, 6442 114th Ave., Wapello, IA  52653 or PayPal at [email protected]  (Please note the reason for the payment in the comments)

    Include attendee name(s), address, telephone and email address.

    Lunch will be Included, along with Coffee, Juice, Water.

    The Aims & Rules Clinic is an educational tool developed by NAVHDA to help dog owners and handlers understand the testing system. The clinics are conducted by designated NAVHDA Senior Judges and Clinic Leaders. Aims & Rules Clinics cover a variety of topics over two days, including informal classroom style instruction on the NAVHDA philosophy, test mechanics, and the scoring system for each test.

    Participants will also take to the field and water to judge and score dogs being run in a mock test setting. After each section the participants and the Clinic Leader will discuss the dog’s performance, where the performance would fall in the NAVHDA scoring system, and any strengths of weaknesses in training and handling. Many clinic leaders also include helpful tips and tricks on handling dogs in NAVHDA tests.

    Who Should Attend and Why?

    • People with their first dog will see how other dogs work and gain insight into what their dog is doing and why. This will help to develop their pup’s talents and improve performance.
    • Novice handlers will learn how NAVHDA evaluates versatile dogs, and thus will be better prepared to handle their dogs in a test.
    • Experienced handlers will gain a deeper, more technical knowledge of how the team of dog and handler are judged.
    • Breeders will learn what to look for in their breeding stock and their progeny, and how to use NAVHDA records obtained through our Search Test Records service for selective breeding.
    • Aspiring NAVHDA Judges are required to attend an Aims & Rules Clinic and is one of the first steps in our Apprentice Judge Program.
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  • Handler Aims and Rules Clinic
    6/29/2024 - 6/30/2024

    Handler Aims and Rules Clinic

    Registration Adult $100

    Registration Youth $50 see Kristen Rieser Scholarship Fund 

    Limited to 20 participants.

    Starting time 8:00 AM at 6442 114th Ave., Wapello.

    Registrations may be sent to Illowa NAVHDA, c/o Bobbi Benson, 6442 114th Ave., Wapello, IA  52653 or PayPal at [email protected]  (Please note the reason for the payment in the comments)

    Include attendee name(s), address, telephone and email address.

    Lunch will be Included, along with Coffee, Juice, Water.

    The Aims & Rules Clinic is an educational tool developed by NAVHDA to help dog owners and handlers understand the testing system. The clinics are conducted by designated NAVHDA Senior Judges and Clinic Leaders. Aims & Rules Clinics cover a variety of topics over two days, including informal classroom style instruction on the NAVHDA philosophy, test mechanics, and the scoring system for each test.

    Participants will also take to the field and water to judge and score dogs being run in a mock test setting. After each section the participants and the Clinic Leader will discuss the dog’s performance, where the performance would fall in the NAVHDA scoring system, and any strengths of weaknesses in training and handling. Many clinic leaders also include helpful tips and tricks on handling dogs in NAVHDA tests.

    Who Should Attend and Why?

    • People with their first dog will see how other dogs work and gain insight into what their dog is doing and why. This will help to develop their pup’s talents and improve performance.
    • Novice handlers will learn how NAVHDA evaluates versatile dogs, and thus will be better prepared to handle their dogs in a test.
    • Experienced handlers will gain a deeper, more technical knowledge of how the team of dog and handler are judged.
    • Breeders will learn what to look for in their breeding stock and their progeny, and how to use NAVHDA records obtained through our Search Test Records service for selective breeding.
    • Aspiring NAVHDA Judges are required to attend an Aims & Rules Clinic and is one of the first steps in our Apprentice Judge Program.
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