Save the date! The Annual WDFD is only a month away!

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This year, we are exited to introduce Barn Hunt! Come participate in a seminar sponsored by Countryside Barn Hunt club in Georgetown, TX. In Barn Hunt, dogs locate rats hidden in a hay bale maze.

In the Blood Trail Workshop, topics include: Selecting and Starting a Tracking Prospect, Building Drive, and Unleash your dog’s potential! (Collar Clinic) Puppy trails and Advanced trails available.
We find people tend to get a lot out of this seminar aside from just tracking.
My goal is for everyone to leave with a better understanding of how their dog’s brain works and ways to build a better relationship with their dog.
Every dog / handler team will get a chance to work a blood trail.
We are really excited that Texas Blood Trackers will be returning to offer tracking testing (TBT-1, TBT-2, and TBT-3)

Please email paul@texasbloodtrackers.com to register for a tracking test.

The workshop must also be pre-registered so we can prepare enough materials for everyone.
David Jones will also be returning with his phenomenal bird dogs. This is a must see! His dog work is amazing!

And, as usual, there will be a rattlesnake avoidance clinic.
A more detailed schedule will be posted later. Events will begin at 9:30 on Saturday and end around 4. Saturday night Meet & Greet and Cook – out begins around 5pm. BYOB.
If you want to be a vendor, sponsor, or volunteer, contact me, Amber Low Middleton, Karen Appe Lewis, or Lauri Lowry asap. (Volunteers get in for free!)

Accommodations:
Many of us camp at Reveille Peak Friday and Sunday and just make a weekend out of it.

Thunderbird Resort – pet friendly cabins on the lake
512-756-4878

Best Western Post Oak Inn in Burnet
512-756-4747

Reveille Peak Ranch
http://www.rprtexas.com
All other questions, contact Courtney at 830-220-4747 or nationallacydog@gmail.com

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