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September 7-13, 2020
Does it break your heart to leave your best buddy behind when it comes to vacation planning?
Then your vacation dream has come true! Wild Blue Dogs
is hosting two amazing camps this summer in gorgeous Lake Tahoe. Wild Blue Dogs is a non-profit organization raising awareness and funding for canine cancer treatment.
Bailey at Wild Blue Dog Camp
Wild Blue Dogs
will be hosting a week-long dog camp September 7 - 13, 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.
Wild Blue Dogs
is proud to announce the addition of several fantastic internationally known Trainers to our staff. Michael Shikashio will be joining us for Fall Camp, as will Moira Hechenleitner. Kelly Keebler, Lynda Piercy, & Terry Goodwin will be joining us in Summer Camp! We are so fortunate to have them!
Camp sessions can be all-inclusive with meals and lodging or arrange your own offsite lodging and enjoy our meals and activities.
Coursing at Wild Blue Dog Camp
Register Early and Save!
Several price points for Wild Blue
camps are offered, depending on lodging choice. There are limited reservations still available for the fall camp.
Arne and Bentley at Wild Blue Dog Camp
What is 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. Fundraising activities include two, week-long dog camps plus other fun get-togethers throughout the year. 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.