Brochure Winter 2019 - Page 40

COMMUNITY BARK WEST Glenview’s special place for dogs and their owners to exercise, socialize and have fun is located within Community Park West. This fenced 6-acre off-leash park has a separate small dog area within the larger main park. It is open to dog pass purchasers only. OPEN YEAR-ROUND: DAWN TO 9 pm • Community Bark West dog park passes are on sale on a first- come, first-served basis until the 1,000 dog maximum is reached. INTRO TO ODOR Now that you and your dog have discovered the fun of Nose Work it’s time to transition from searching for food to searching for the first level target odor, birch. As your dog improves its hunting skills, you will improve your ability to read your canine partner. Note: This class is for dogs that have completed Intro to Nose Work or have the instructor’s permission. When not working, your dog will need to be crated within the building or kept in the car. ID# DAY/TIME 2061010-G Th • 8:45-9:45 pm DATES FEE (R/NR) 1/10-2/14 $122/$153 • Dog pass applications are available at Park Center, 2400 Chestnut Ave., or online at A separate application is required for each dog. All dog park users pay a seasonal fee, meet Cook County and Village of Glenview vaccination, health screening and licensing requirements, and sign a liability waiver to obtain a dog pass. Dog passes are non-transferrable. Each dog must have its own dog pass to use the park. Dog Park passes are on sale year-round. 2018-19 SEASON: JULY 1, 2018-JUNE 30, 2019 Resident Fee (per season) 1st Dog: $60 • 2nd Dog: $35 Nonresident Fee (per season) 1st Dog: $138 • 2nd Dog: $75 SCENT & SEARCH FOR DOGS Dogs work independently and must be confined to the car/crate when not working. Instructor: Mickey Schwartz, CNWI NOSE WORK Enjoy the exciting new dog sport that was created to utilize a dog's natural scenting ability. It's a great way for any dog to have fun, build confidence, and use lots of mental and physical energy. Any dog; shy, reactive, old, young, bored, or exuberant can partici- pate and the only equipment needed is a leash, collar and treats. Obedience is not needed but always appreciated. The emphasis is on fun for the dog and handler. We start with simple searches – locating food in boxes – and progress to more complicated puz- zles over time. Dogs already enrolled in past nose work classes will continue to expand their skills. All dogs work independently and must be confined when not working. You can either bring a crate or confine the dog in the car when not working. ID# 2061010-F DAY/TIME DATES FEE (R/NR) Th • 7:30-8:30 pm 1/10-2/14 $122/$153 DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES Instructor: Ann Feuerstein BEGINNING Your dog will learn to obey such commands as come, sit, stay, down, heel and stand, and you’ll learn to use a positive approach to behavior modification. Individual problems will also be addressed. Unique problems such as house breaking and chewing habits will also be covered if class appropriate. ID# 2061010-B DAY/TIME DATES W • 7:15-8:05 pm 1/9-2/27 FEE (R/NR) $121/$151 INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED For dogs that have completed an intermediate level class. You and your dog will enjoy facing new challenges as you are introduced to more advance retrieves, jumps and directional exercises. ID# 2061010-D DAY/TIME DATES W • 8:15-9:05 pm 1/9-2/27 FEE (R/NR) $121/$151 NOTE FOR ALL DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES For the safety of you and your dog, proof of your dog’s Parvo and DHL shots is required by the first class. A rabies vaccination is required for dogs six months of age and older. All classes are for humans ages 13 to adult and dogs 6 months to adult. Take note 36 ✔ ✔ All Dog Training classes take place at Indian Trail Park Fieldhouse, 1519 Forest Dr. ✔ ✔ 4 ways to register: Online at, in person, via fax, by mail. ✔ ✔ Resident Priority Registration begins Th, November 8. ✔ ✔ Questions? Call the Park Center Front desk at 847-724-5670. ✔ ✔ General Registration begins M, November 19.