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Orange County 4-H Dog Program
March 17 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Enrollment is now open for youth to join Orange County 4-H’s Dog Program this spring!
This program is open to all youth interested in dog obedience and grooming and handling. This program is a great way for youth to learn more about their dogs, to be able to better engage with them and strengthen their training.
A Dog Program Orientation will be held on Monday, March 20 at 6:30 P.M. at Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County’s office located at 18 Seward Avenue in Middletown, NY. Attendance is mandatory for all participants and a parent/guardian.
The training classes will be held on Mondays at Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Education Center & 4-H Park located at 300 Finchville Turnpike in Otisville, NY. beginning April 3.
These in-person classes will each run from 6:30 – 8:30 P.M.
Interested youth must be 8 years of age by 9/30/22 and working with a dog of at least 6 months of age to participate. Dogs must be vaccinated for rabies. All dogs must be friendly and safely managed on a leash by youth. A copy of the dog’s vaccination records MUST be brought to the orientation with them. Participants must be enrolled in 4-H. Registration is available online at: cceorangecounty4h.wildapricot.org. The cost is $15/youth or $25/family. The enrollment fee to participate in the Dog Program is $30 per youth.
Register online at: www.CCEOrangeCounty.org/Events
The deadline to register March 17. Please call 845-344-1234 with any questions.