Agile Paws Dog Sports held an NW2 and NW1 trial at Highland Church. As part of our community service, competitors and volunteers helped in our yearly food drive. We provided over 269 items to the local food bank and a van full of goods to the animal shelter. We also held a raffle that yielded $620 that went to support a local rescue organization HOPE (Helping Out Pets Everyday). We are truly thankful for the generosity of our volunteers and competitors. Donations to the Animal Shelter
Food Bank Drop Off
APDS participated at the IEPCA Show in San Bernardino. This event was put on by the Inland Empire Police Canine Association and proceeds went to support care for retired police dogs and the Explorers. Before the police dog show, APDS presented a nose work demo for about 50 people on the baseball field. It was a great event. Nick, Ziggy and Brooklyn were completely confident searching in front of a large crowd and won the crowd over with their personalities.
On October 19th Agile Paws participated in Dogtoberfest in Upland, CA which was a fair to support the Upland Animal Shelter. APDS had a booth and performed demos. We even had a kids table to make bookmarks. Many dogs and their humans dressed in fantastic costumes.
On September 8, 2019 APDS had a blast at Doggie Poolooza in Yucaipa, CA. We performed demos and introduced people and their dogs to nosework. Our dogs had fun swimming and playing at Yucaipa Regional Park. The event had vendors, raffles and lots of happy dogs!
Los Amigos Elementary School-Read Across America
March 1st Agile Paws Dog Sports participated in “Read Across America” in celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday. We had 8 APDS representatives and 7 happy dogs who went from classroom to classroom reading books to the K thru 6th classrooms. The students were happy to see the dogs and kept saying, “The dogs read to us!” It was a wonderful day.
Rancho Cucamonga Middle School-Career Day
On May 13th APDS participated at Career Day. At first, we were concerned that no one would want to come to our booth as we were outside with the fire engine and police helicopter. However, when the children came outside their first response was, “Yeah! Dogs!”