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    Default Beginner's Skijoring Clinic - Fairbanks

    Just a reminder that the annual Fall Beginner Skijoring Clinic is
    this coming Saturday, November 18. The classroom session (for skijorers
    only) is at Alaska Feed from 10-1, the on-snow portion (for skijorer and
    dog) is at Creamer's Field from 2-4. Students must attend the classroom
    session to participate in the on-snow session. Preregistration is required
    at Alaska Feed. The cost is $15.

    To volunteer to assist with the on-snow session email Sara Elzey at
    skijorex2@hotmail.com. Thanks to all who have volunteered already.

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    Default Sounds like a great time!

    Are there clinics like this held in Anchorage or the Valley? Have a 2 year old dog that is ready to begin training, and my wife and I may need a bit of instruction.

    Thanks for any info!!

    Jake

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKanders View Post
    Are there clinics like this held in Anchorage or the Valley? Have a 2 year old dog that is ready to begin training, and my wife and I may need a bit of instruction.

    Thanks for any info!!

    Jake
    yes check this group out in The Kanchorage.
    http://www.skijoring.org/
    they do some fun stuff

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    Looks like the Anchorage group holds two formal beginners clinics, but I would also suggest just contacting someone in the club and let them know your intersted in learning. They may be willing to meet with you one on one to get you started. Or they may do something like we do and hold regular informal training clinics.....nothing more than just a group of people getting together with young dogs and playing follow the leader and practice passing.

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