What’s NEW at The Dog Park?
• If you have been to the dog park recently, you may have noticed the addition of two new benches placed under two of the Shade Sails. The new benches are a gracious donation from Sally Lovell and friends; and donated in loving memory of a dog loving friend. Plaques on order will be installed as soon as they arrive.
• Woofers Yappy Hour Dog Walks Continue on Summer Hours.
Earlier start of 9:00AM until September. The walks are approximately 1-2 miles (Round Trip). Walks are informal; go at your own pace. Remember to bring water for yourself & pup, and wear comfortable walking shoes. All Oakmont residents are welcome!
Date: Monday August 8, 2022
Time: 9:00 am
Where: South End of Berger Lawn
Date: Friday August 26, 2022
Time: 9:00 am
Where: West Rec Picnic Area
• Small Dog Hour continues Every Sunday and Wednesday, 3 – 4 PM. If your dog is a large breed, well over 25lbs, please observe these windows each week for small dogs. Small dog owners see this as a safety issue. The Canine Club encourages you to show respect for their concerns; especially since the Dog Park is open all other hours of the day, all days of the week, for everyone to enjoy!
• Mark Your Calendar – Special Play Date. This one is for all Havanese, (Havanese Mix), Bichon (Bichon Mix). Come meet others who have a breed like yours.
Date: Saturday August 20, 2022
Time: 9 am – 11 am
Location: Happy Tails Dog Park
• Doggy Docents Definitely Desired – Do you have a spare hour per week to assist club volunteer efforts in welcoming newcomers and helping keep Happy Tails Dog Park a clean and safe environment? Then become a Doggy Docent. Duties include refilling dog waste bag dispenser, returning tennis balls to the baskets, picking up dog waste any owner missed, and removing any unwanted trash. If you can help, please contact email@example.com or 707-479-6961.
Do You Have a Dog That is Friendly and LOVES People?
• Want to share their love with others? Then, Therapy Dog Training may be for you. Oakmont Canine Club is a proud sponsor of PAWS FOR HEALING, who are once again offering therapy team training. Consider volunteering with this non-profit organization. Teams visit local hospitals, assisted living facilities, schools & libraries. If you have a healthy dog, 1 year or older, with basic obedience skills; they provide training & mentoring. You can schedule visits at your convenience and choose where you go from their list of facilities. For more information visit their web site: www.pawsfor Healing.Org or call (707) 775-9241
Have You Checked Out the Canine Club Website?
• Would you like a list of all upcoming Canine Club activities? Are you looking for general information about the club? You will find it all at http://www.oakmontcanineclub.org.