Purina Incredible Canine Kids Camp

There is no stronger bond than the one between a child and their dog! At this dog-friendly half-day camp, kids and teens will spend the day with their furry best friend at Purina Farms. They'll learn about the most popular sports of canine agility, flying disc, and diving dog from the expert trainers that make up the Purina Incredible Dog Team, and then they'll be given the opportunity to apply what they learned to training their dog on-site.

Not only will they get to perform for their parents and guardians at the end, but they will also get to go home with a sports pack filled with a t-shirt, dog treats, 4-foot leash and training pouch. A snack will be provided. Spots are limited. 

For kids ages 15-17, camp will be held July 27. For kids ages 12-14, camp will be held June 15.

Registration is dependent on passing the following pre-screening questions:

Does your dog have toy-drive? Is he or she physically active? Up to date on all vaccines? Been checked by a veterinarian to participate in activities proposed in the camp?

Is your dog well-mannered around people and other dogs?

Is your dog fine to be in a crate for a short period of time?

Does your dog have any special requirements or needs?

Learn more and register for camp at purinafarms.com

 

Camp Details
314-982-3232
500 William Danforth Way
Gray Summit, MO 63039
United States
Extended Care: No
Camp Weeks
June 14-18
July 26-30
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