The following are RCWDA's regularly scheduled training times & locations, however, they may be subject to change. Interested parties should review the site's calendar for changes and updates. Also, if you would like to attend as a guest, we ask that you use the site's Contact page to let us know in advance so we can be sure to keep an eye out for you.
Tracking begins Saturdays at 8:00am
Tracking location changes frequently depending on weather and field conditions
Obedience and Protection are Saturdays at 11:00am
Tracking and protection held at the following address
Souls Harbor Nazarene Church
3601 Newberg Hwy.
NOTE: Training times and locations are subject to change. Please be sure to check our Calendar for any recent changes. We attempt to updated our calendar on a weekly basis with the most current information and detail on our clubs activities.
Training Times and Locations
Rose City uses an open training philosophy with an emphasis on training under distraction. We believe that dogs are as individual as their handler and no single “correct” method of training exists for all dog/handler teams. Under the guidance of our Training Director, all club members are encouraged to participate; enabling dog/handler teams to achieve their individual goals – week by week. The ultimate goal, of course, is to obtain a Schutzhund/IPO title.
Input of team members is welcomed and encouraged, with the understanding that techniques will vary depending on what best suits each individual Dog/Handler team. Welcoming newcomers to the sport, and educating members to further their dog’s potential, and the Schutzhund/IPO sport, is of the utmost importance to us.
Rose City Working Dog Association (RCWDA) is a private non-profit club whose membership is committed to train dogs in the sport of Schutzhund/IPO, and to support activities and educational programs that demonstrate the advantages of well trained dogs as well as excellence in dog training. Dog breeds of all types are accepted and encouraged to participate in our club's activities. Schutzhund/IPO is intended to demonstrate the intelligence and utility of dogs. In working trial, Schutzhund/IPO measures the dog's characteristics which include: mental stability, endurance, structural efficiencies, ability to scent, willingness to work, and show courage and trainability. This club's objective is to work towards building these characteristics in our members' dogs.
Our club strives to:
All dog's are evaluated to determine if drive and temperament are suitable for the sport of Schutzhund/IPO before allowed to participate.
Rose City Working Dog Association, Inc.