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alameda county schutzhund club

alameda county schutzhund club

alameda county schutzhund club

alameda county schutzhund club

alameda county schutzhund club

alameda county schutzhund club

ALAMEDA COUNTY SCHUTZHUND CLUB

ABOUT ACSC

We are dedicated to protecting and preserving the German Shepherd Dog’s (and other breeds) working heritage through

   Schutzhund (German for "protection dog”) training.  Schutzhund is a sport that focuses on developing and evaluating those

   traits in dogs that makes them more useful and happier companions to their owners.

 

ACSC values a sense of purpose, family and of course the safety, health, and happinesss of our dogs.  Through training we feel a closer bond, better

  communication,  and  improved control.  Confidence and consistency are increased in both human and dog.  And it is about good people, and having    

  fun too!

 

ACSC WELCOMES:

    Drop-ins

    Children

    Observers

    Questions

    Requests for advice

 

STAFFING:

   Club Representatives:

         Nancy and Tom Wright

         Michelle Smith

         Tom Hall

         Jeroun Wright

         Esther Jobrack

 

   HELPER:

     Christopher Campbell

         Chris started in the sport in 2004 back on the East Coast, catching dogs at Concord River Dog Training Club. Since his time working at clubs in

         the Bay Area and surrounding regions, he has competed in three regionals and competed at nationals a few years back. Along with being

         ACSC's helper, Chris works with police dogs, and also co-owns a dog training/boarding facility in Vacaville.

 

ACSC believes in a friendly, social atmosphere.

      Politeness and courtesy are required.

      Anyone is free to place goodies on the picnic tables for sharing.

      The Club provides ice coolers for everyone to share, and generally have them iced.

      The rule of thumb is to bring as much in beverages to share, as you drink.

      There are two picnic benches, and numerous plastic chairs to sit on. They are under cover.

      Barrel fires, bonfires, and other open flames are not allowed

      We do occasionally have BBQ or Potlucks. The same rule of thumb, bring as much as you eat, to share.

 

For Directions please see the Contact tab.

For Procedures and Rules please see Training tab.

 

Thank you for visiting. Please feel free to contact us for more information,

 

               -Alameda County Schutzhund Club

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