October 24th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 43
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Crowsnest Canine Center reopens
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
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Dedicated canine students graduated from Crowsnest Canine Center’s six-week Puppies in the Park course at Flumerfelt on October 17. "It's like puppy kindergarten for young and little dogs to come out, socialize, gain confidence doing obstacles and get a taste of basic commands,” says Clark. The next dog training classes will begin November 21.
ANNA KROUPINA
Pass Herald Reporter
Following a two-year hiatus, the Crowsnest Canine Center has reopened to offer you a one-stop shop for dog grooming, boarding and training.

Business owner and certified master dog trainer Jody Clark opened her compay in fall 2004 in Coleman, providing services as the only boarding kennel within the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass. In 2016, she took a personal break for two years and now, with her daughter having moved back to Crowsnest Pass, the pet service provider has reopened to full-service.

“Now that Christy came home and joined in on taking care of the puppies and apprenticing in grooming, that frees me up to experiment with training again,” says Clark.

Crowsnest Canine Center is equipped with a modern kennel with indoor and outdoor runs, a heated floor, an air exchanger, a doggie playpen and a modern grooming facility. The business is located in Coleman just off Willow Drive.
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The entire operation is right on the family’s property, a factor that Clark says she feels has contributed to the business’ success.

"It’s part of our home and our family is so interactive. That’s why people come and why we’ve been so successful,” she says.

Clark became a groomer in 1996. At the Canada West Canine Centre in Salmon Arm, BC, she completed her Level 1 training certification that got her started doing agility, basic and advanced obedience, and socialization. Several years later, she returned to complete the master program, certifying her to work with search and rescue canines. For five years, she worked with Sparwood Search and Rescue. Her dog was certified by the East Kootenay RCMP Dog Handler to perform area searches, avalanche work and tracking when necessary.

The Crowsnest Canine Center is open for training classes, private lessons, boarding and grooming. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
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