What is it?
The NAHS Pup Rally is a great way to exercise and socialize your puppy with others in his/her age group in a controlled environment. Unlike dog parks which aren't recommended for dogs under 6 months of age, the Pup Rally limits the number of puppies in the play group and is monitored closely by trained NAHS volunteers.
While dog parks can be great playgrounds for dogs, poor supervision and improperly socialized dogs can lead to dogs being bullying and sometimes physical injury. Just one bad experience can leave a lasting negative impression and lifelong fear of other dogs.
The NAHS Pup Rally limits play groups to no more than six puppies and will divide the dogs into groups either by size or play style as necessary. Toys, agility equipment, and maybe even a baby pool will be available for enrichment, play, and learning new skills.
When is it?
Pup Rally will be held every Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. May 3 through September 27, 2017. The registration fee is $20 and includes four Pup Rally sessions; attend four sessions and get a fifth session free. Advanced registration is required.