Session III is underway. In response to news of a brand new CANINE VIRUS/FLU that began in FL & GA 6 weeks ago, ADTC Members are in touch with contacts all over the southeastern states, doing our best to keep abreast of potential spreading. There have been no outbreaks locally and we have not heard of any outbreaks anywhere close to us. However, we are being very cautious in order to protect the dogs currenty training at our facility. We posted informational signs at our facility and messages expressing our concern about the spread of this dangerous disease. If caught early, it can be treated successfully, but dogs have been lost to this virus w/ owners thinking the intestinal upset is caused by something their pet ate. If your dog displays any unusual symptoms, please do not wait, have them checked by their Vet asap. In response to this very real threat, a group of our Members have done a preventative cleaning of our facility, using products that should kill any germs. We have cleaned the entire building, including floor, crates, chairs and any other surface that might contain any germs. We are still holding classes, but please use your own good judgement as to whether your dog should attend during this possible crisis. Please check back here on our website, where we will do our best to report any incidences of this disease. Upcoming Events (that may or may not be canceled) : Nosework Seminars 6/17/17, Session IV begins 7/31/17, & Show 'n' Go planned for August. Interested? Please visit the link for each activity and contact us with any questions.

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Intermediate/Competition AM Agility Class at ADTC

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Our morning Inter/Comp Class is for Teams who are either currently competing OR preparing for their first Trial!  Our first and most important element in our classes is safety!  We have our prerequisites in place and keep our class sizes small to minimize problems!  Agility is great fun, but there is also an element of danger involved and each Team must have established “good teamwork” and the handler must have control of his/her companion at all times!

Our Instructor, Susan Jackson (seen here with Sparky, her “nephew” whom she runs for ADTC Member/Friend Celenda James!), has been teaching this class for too many years to count and students simply will NOT let her quit!!!  🙂 Needless to say, Susan has seen many Teams to titles!!

Please enjoy pictures of our Teams!  Please note happy faces and wagging tails!!