A canine tests out the new Dog O Pogo facility, The Bunker, in Coldstream Sunday, Dec. 9. (Photo submitted)

New Dog O Pogo facility shines in Coldstream

First agility match in the new facility was Dec. 9

The Dog O Pogo Club held its first agility fun match Sunday, Dec. 9 at its new indoor facility in Coldstream.

Affectionately dubbed The Bunker, the facility saw more than 40 dogs from across the Interior with competitors from Kamloops and Kelowna.

“The dogs and handlers love the new facility,” beamed Sandi Dixon with the Club.

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The Dog O Pogo Club will be holding agility, rally obedience, nose work lessons for dogs of all breeds, including mixed breeds, starting in the new year in The Bunker.

For lesson information, visit Dog O Pogo on Facebook, phone 250-549-4106 or email shellklein55@yahoo.com.


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