The kennel re-opens today after being closed for 2 months. The first dogs show up this evening and more are coming throughout the week.
It’s been a glorious sabbatical! I’ve had plenty of time to work with my own dogs. We’ve been hunting in Eastern Washington, the Olympic National Forest and some local areas that must remain secret! Kaia is hunting better than ever and Peck, who was just a bumbling puppy last season, has become a hard charging little bird maniac.
The re-opening of the kennel doesn’t end our hunting season, but it reduces it to a series of short, local hunts rather than the 3 week epic bird-a-thons we’ve been enjoying on the other side of the Cascades.
I’m glad to be getting back to work. All this time off is great, but I miss having all the dogs around. I’ve had a chance to recharge and I’m ready to take on the wild beasts again!
I have a class starting at Sprinker Center called “Click It, Don’t Kick It!” This is a positive reinforcement training class that runs for 6 weeks. We start up on Tuesday 11/5. You can get details and sign up info HERE.
Or just call Sprinker Recreation Center at 253 798 4000
Next, on Saturday Nov. 9 we begin our next series of Beginning Obedience for Sporting Dogs. This is a traditional training class primarily for young sporting breeds, Labs, Pointers, Setters, Goldens, Chessies, etc. This class runs every Saturday for 6 weeks, from 10 to 11:30 AM here at Muck Creek Kennels. To sign up for this class, just call Muck Creek Kennels at 253 442 9625
See you in class!
Oh…. I almost forgot… Don’t forget to bring your human!