Dogs’ day on the way

July 8, 2013 by  

The 1st Annual Iron Dog Challenge is being hosted by the non-profit organization Siskiyou County Canine Association. The event is family friendly and provides people with the opportunity to watch some talented dogs perform some amazing stunts. Poster printing, banner printing, and flyer printing may have been used to promote this exciting dog show to people in this community and neighboring communities.

This fun event is open to the public and is a fundraiser for people and their canine chums. During this event, which is the only one of its kind in the region, people and their dogs will walk or run the 1 ½ mile course that consists of about 10 obstacles.

The day includes a tasty lunch, with many vendors offering various products and services, a raffle to raise funds, and a chance to hang out with other people and their animals. There will be a K-9 agility demonstration and, to help prepare people to participate in this event, Rescue Ranch is offer free agility classes for the people and their pets. There are lots of prizes for categories such as farthest travelled, smallest dog, biggest dog, oldest competitor, and best costume. Entrants can enter online, although only 125 will be able to participate.

The 1st Annual Iron Dog Challenge is free to watch and will be held this Saturday, July 13, at the Lake Siskiyou Resort and Camp located at 4239 W. A. Barr Road in Mount Shasta, California, which is approximately an hour from Medford, Oregon.