RDSC EVENTS | fun matches | bark & wine | seminars
Fun matches are a great way to take your training to the next level and proof your dog's skills in a trial-like environment. Fun matches are open to anyone ready to test their dog's skills. Food and toys are allowed.
THANK YOU for supporting our ASCA trials 2015-2016. We had a blast hosting them and greatly appreciate this community!
Dogs and handlers should already be familiar with equipment. No pre-registration is required, but plan on signing in when you arrive.
Redwood Dog Sports Center | 86623 Central Rd, Eugene, OR
**2nd Driveway to the barn (not the house)**
2016 Dates and Times
Sundays 8:45 am - Noon-ish
Dates: Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 20, Apr 24, May 15, Jun 19, Jul 10, Aug 14, Sep 11, Oct 9, Nov 13, Dec 11
$15 to start and you get 3 runs. Can be shared between multiple dogs in the same family. $5 for each extra run. First dog on the line starts at 9 am, so don't miss your first run! Each run is 90 seconds.
RDSC FACILITY DETAILS
Location = 86623 Central Rd, Eugene, OR
Arena = 60 x 120, indoors on dirt, fully enclosed, upstairs viewing room
Equipment = Rubberized and slatted 12' dog walk, rubberized and slatted A-frame, rubberized teeter, 15' and 20' tunnels, winged and wingless jumps with plastic jump cups, AKC double, AKC triple, AKC and USDAA chute, break-away tire, 24" weaves, rubberized AKC table
BARK & WINE | BARK & BEER | BARKARITA | BARKAMOCHA
Come enjoy some wine while talking about our favorite things - DOGS?! These little mini-seminars are a great way to focus in on specialty topics and go home with some increased knowledge and skills!
barkamocha 2x2 WEAVES
Demystifying 2x2 weaves and teaching the dogs how to weave with independence and drive! We will break this into smaller groups as
needed, based on number of people and dog's skill. Includes open practice pass from the first day to 2 weeks after the last date.
bark & wine NOVICE GAMBLERS
Gamblers is a skills game designed to test your ability to design a course, and complete a distance challenge. Attend this Bark & Wine
to learn the rules of gamblers, creating a flowing yet high scoring opening, and skills used to get distance with your dog.
Interested in doing dog agility with your dog? Come to an agility evaluation to figure out where the best place to start is. The agility evaluation will test you and your dog's skills, help you decide if this is a sport you would like to pursue, and determine if your dog would have fun playing agility. These occur only a few times a year, so sign up while you can!
Dates & Times
Dates & Times
BARK & WINE - Past Topics
- FIRST AGILITY TRIAL [Oct 2014, Jan 2015] Getting ready to attend your first agility trial? Learn about the differences in venues, what to expect, how to fill out a premium, jump heights, getting your dog measured, and more!
- USING THE LUNCHBOX [Mar 2015] Having trouble transitioning from training to trialing? Is your dog spending too much time focused on you (and the cookies) rather than his job? Learn this great technique on using the lunchbox to proof your skills, enhance your performances, and prepare for trials.
Canine Conditioning Seminar | May 2013
Dr. Leslie Eide, a veterinarian and certified rehab specialist, will presents two nights of exercises that will transform your dog and their physical abilities. Thursday night will focus on the front end and core strengthening exercises. Friday night will focus on hind end and balance exercises. Each night will feature approximately 1 hour of lecture and 2 hours of working time, with handouts of the exercises presented. There are limited working spots.