Pull training is designed to teach you how to teach your dog to pull (when you want them to!) and execute the commands you give them associated with dog sledding, ski-joring, carting or canicrossing.
Because dogs can overheat if working in high temperatures, our pull training classes are offered in the late Summer, Fall and Spring. We are out on the trail in the winter so no classes are offered during the months of December through March.
Any breed of dog can be involved in this activity as long as they are 6 months old+ and are medium to large breed dogs. This activity is not recommended for breeds with an adult weight of under 30lbs. Dogs with hip dysplasia will not be allowed to participate due to the stress placed on the rear legs and hips.
Dogs under one year of age will not be allowed to pull heavy weights due to their rapidly growing bones but can learn the concept and commands.
Our pull training is by appointment. Please call us to set up your customized training. 218.370.0283
Points Unknown, 82 Irish Creek Road, Hovland, MN 55606 (26 miles northeast of Grand Marais off of the Arrowhead Trail)
Directions will be sent once registration is complete.
$99 per one and a half hour session plus gear estimated at $50. For group events or more customized training, pricing will be different. Gear is available from Black Ice Dog Sledding Equipment of Winsted, MN.
Properly fitted harness, Command Training Lead, belly band, buckle or training collar.
This course requires and appointment and registration in advance. Please print the registration form and mail it with your class payment to: Points Unknown, 82 Irish Creek Road, P.O. Box 51, Hovland, MN 55606 Call 218.370.0283 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Linda's dream of a career that included her passion for the outdoors and her love and respect for her canine companions began in early 2005 when she started Points Unknown. Linda does adventure trips with the dogs in the BWCA, Canada and Minnesota. Points Unknown, was contracted to provide dog mushing adventures at a popular northern Minnesota Lodge in Grand Marais, MN, USA in the winters of 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 and Linda headed up this program. She currently teaches pull training classes at a local training center, is a DNR Becoming an Outdoors Women program instructor and is giving dog mushing instruction and demonstrations at local events. Linda is Wilderness First Aid Certified with the Wilderness Medical Associates.
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