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    An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton

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    Jackie
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    An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton

    Post  Jackie on Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:42 am

    An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton! Smile All Season K9 Awareness Centre at 6 Riel Drive in St. Albert just opened this week.

    http://www.allseasonk9awarenesscentre.com/Home_Page.html alien
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    Post  bella on Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:46 am

    This is very interesting I will have to look into the spot and see what its all about!
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    Re: An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton

    Post  Admin on Sat Oct 03, 2009 5:14 am

    It's a good idea but it seems pricey.
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    Post  sonterra on Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:12 am

    Jackie wrote:An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton! Smile All Season K9 Awareness Centre at 6 Riel Drive in St. Albert just opened this week.

    http://www.allseasonk9awarenesscentre.com/Home_Page.html alien

    Thank you so much for the link! I do run my dogs at home on the treadmill, but when I come to Edmonton if we don't hit terwilliger park (and we go less often as my sibe has a mind of his own these days) they get a ton of energy built up.

    Edmonton has an amazing amoung of serices for dog lovers!

    Tamara McIntosh

    PS I will pass this onto several of my friends!
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    An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton

    Post  Scheri on Tue Apr 06, 2010 1:26 pm

    You can join Mighty Mutts if you have a dog under 25lbs

    You can join Mighty Mites if your dog is under 12 lbs.

    We have our Mutts Facility from October - May
    4327 78 Avenue NW Edmt, AB
    T6B 2N3

    In May we move to Idylwylde, Pleasantview & Windsor Park


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    Post  DobbieDobermanPinscher on Tue Oct 26, 2010 3:58 am

    Cool video Scheri. I love how dogs play with each other. It's good to enhance their socialization skills.
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    Post  sonterra on Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:21 am

    Jackie wrote:An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton! Smile All Season K9 Awareness Centre at 6 Riel Drive in St. Albert just opened this week.

    http://www.allseasonk9awarenesscentre.com/Home_Page.html alien

    I recently went to the all seasons k9 awareness place. We had a great time. I ran all 3 of my dogs on the treadmills and them my dogs got some play socialization time in the indoor/outdoor park part. It was a very nice way for the dogs to get excercise and be social at the same time, and come home both mentally and physically satisfied.

    The owner was very nice and genuinely loves dogs and interacting with them.

    I do not live in Edmonton so it is a really nice experience for my dogs when we come to town.

    Tamara McIntosh
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    Post  DobbieDobermanPinscher on Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:24 pm

    Socialization is indeed very important for dogs. It has a psychological effect that molds the dog's personality.I am planning to enroll my doberman to a socialization class but still am not sure whether to enroll him in a large or small class. Paying for larger classes may be less expensive but smaller classes offer better focus.
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    Post  sonterra on Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:45 am

    DobbieDobermanPinscher wrote:Socialization is indeed very important for dogs. It has a psychological effect that molds the dog's personality.I am planning to enroll my doberman to a socialization class but still am not sure whether to enroll him in a large or small class. Paying for larger classes may be less expensive but smaller classes offer better focus.

    I guess it depends on your goal. A big class with lots of dogs offers a good variety of socialization. What classes are you looking at?

    Tamara McIntosh
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    Post  DobbieDobermanPinscher on Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:49 pm

    I guess you are right Tamara. Being on s large class would better enhance my dog's socialization skills. I haven't decided yet but I might go for a larger class. I was busy the past few weeks helping out a friend's wedding.
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    Re: An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton

    Post  mistqueen on Sat Apr 09, 2011 7:30 pm

    For those wanting a play time on Saturdays Grand Paws has an indoor dog park. It is a $5.00 drop in.

    http://www.grandpaws.ca/indoordogpark.html

    Bring your furry friend for some fun while you enjoy a hot or cold beverage and socializing with other dog owners in a park like setting without the harsh elements that we enjoy so much in Alberta.

    Do a little shopping, watch a movie (dog friendly of course), play with a ball or favourite toy or just relax on a bench and watch your dog play with his or her friends while you have a nice chat with another owner that is enthusiastic to share dog stories.

    This is a fun way for dogs and owners alike to interact with others. While Grand Paws has a staff member on site we ask that only those dogs who enjoy sharing and playing come out.

    Saturdays at Grand Paws 11 am to 3 pm.

    Drop in fee $5.00 per dog, season passes available.

    Space is limited, so reservations are recommended. All participants must pre register.

    Please see their indoor play agreement on their website.
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    Re: An indoor off-leash area for dogs, in Edmonton

    Post  mistqueen on Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:21 pm

    Playful Paws is a toy and small breed group For dogs under 25pounds. We meet in the West End of Edmonton Every Fall from October - Mid May. For Summer we have a south central location that is very welcome and great to our group. Want more info? - Playful Paws Edmonton on facebook.

    We have a fee to come play with your toy and small breed dog. The few covers our indoor rental for the Fall and winter months.

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