Wild Blue Dog @ Lake Tahoe
Wild Blue Dogs Fall Camp
is definitely happening on the shores of Lake Tahoe, September 7-13. The Wild Blue Dog family, producers of this great fund-raising event, have gone beyond the state, county and regional protocols to provide an ideal way or you and your dog to relieve some stress, have some fun, and safely enjoy yourselves. Check out the updated protocols
The dog camp will be held on the South Lake Tahoe waterfront, in a fenced, 33-acre campground. Wild Blue dog camps offer a full schedule of fun, training and camaraderie in activities ranging from agility and kayaking to nose work and dog photography. All activities and classes are taught by certified and professional trainers
, and hikes are led by experienced trail guides. The choices are diverse, ranging from hiking to tricks, rally, recall, tracking, water sports, fun & easy training methods and more. For more information, call Victoria Rhodes, Director of Wild Blue Dog Camp, at (775) 790-3446.
More about Wild Blue Dogs:
Cancer is the number one killer of dogs. Six million dogs will be diagnosed this year alone and most will die within the year. Wild Blue’s need-based treatment program offers grants to people lacking the resources to pay for their pet’s cancer treatment.
Wild Blue Dogs
supports research in comparative oncology, which is focused on the link between cancer in dogs and cancer in humans. By finding ways to treat dogs we are also finding the most promising advances in treatment, including new drug therapy, gene therapy, immune system therapies, bone marrow transplants and advanced surgical techniques.