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Professional Canine Services presents:
1st Annual
"Serve & Protect"
Competition


Saturday September 11, 2010
Training Division & Personal Protection Division starts at 0900
Patrol Dog Division starts at 1400

Contestants must check-in 1 hour prior to their event.

Professional Canine Services Training Center
10377 Lanes Farm Lane, Culpeper, Virgina 22701

Registration Fees

  • Training Division = $40
  • Personal Protection Division = $50
  • Patrol Dog Division = $60


    General Information

         This will be the "1st TIME EVER" that a K9 Pro Sport event has been divided into two parts. The Training Division & Personal Protection Division for "CIVILIANS ONLY", and the Patrol Dog Division for "LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY". Click here for Complete Rules on K9 Pro Sports or visit "http://www.K9ProSportsOnline.com".

    Event Judges

  • Ismail Moore, Senior K9 Pro Sports judge. Certified VPCA Decoy
  • Bryant Arrington, Active law enforcement & K9 Handler. President & Master Trainer of VPCA. Licensed with the DEA, BATF, & DCJS.

    Patrol Dog Division

         The Patrol Division will be set up to test the fortitude, power, and team work of the Handler & K9. All contestants for the Patrol Dog Division must be current sworn law enforcement employees and must be "CURRENTLY CERTIFIED" as a K9 Team to participate.

    Required Duty Equipment:

    • A loose collar either buckle or slip chain
    • Must wear Duty Boots
    • Duty belt is not required

    Disqualifications:
    • Use of E-collar or pinch collars
    • Wearing of anything resembling training equipment
    • Wearing of tennis shoes or running shoes
    • Lack of proper control over K9
    • K9 biting of anyone but the decoys
    • No firearms or weapons allowed on the course at ANY time

    All Decoys on the day will be Virginia Police Canine Association Certified decoys.


    Awards

         Those who pass the Training Division will receive a Medallion from K9 Pro Sport. This is not a title it is just what it is says it is, Training Division. Training Division is the only division in which you can request to use a bite sleeve in lieu of the bite suit. You can use other training aids such as pinch collars, tugs, etc. NO E-Collars!

    Awards will be given to the top 3 Teams in Personal Protection Division & Patrol Dog Division day of the event. All other teams that pass will receive a Certificate in the mail.


    Synopsis of Events

    Training DivisionPersonal Protection DivisionPatrol Dog Division
    • on-leash obedience,
    • heel,
    • turn,
    • change of pace,
    • distraction,
    • figure eight,
    • change of position,
    • civil agitation,
    • attack on handler.
    • on-leash obedience,
    • heel,
    • turns,
    • change of position,
    • change of pace,
    • figure eight,
    • stay from motion,
    • distraction,
    • recall,
    • stay with handler out of sight,
    • civil agitation,
    • attack on handler,
    • courage test.
    • off-leash obedience,
    • heel,
    • turns,
    • change of position,
    • change of pace,
    • figure 8,
    • pass & pick up,
    • stay from motion,
    • distraction,
    • down on recall,
    • recall,
    • a surprise exercise,
    • call-off,
    • dual attack,
    • obstacle course.
    ** A distraction can be anything that could be encountered in a normal daily living situation, but not designed with dog training as its original function. Training equipment will not be used.


    Spectators & Guests

         The event is free of charge for all spectators, and the event is open to all at 9:00am. There will be apparel for purchase, raffle for prizes, training equipment, etc. It is strongly suggested that you bring a lawn chair. All spectators are REQUIRED to remain behind the fences and barricades to prevent injury. Parents are cautioned to watch children carefully, and we ask that children are not allowwed to run around the event area. All spectatores need to speak to the Handlers before the approaching the dogs, as these are Working Dogs. Some may be friendly to people or children, but others may not tolerate being petted or near people.

    ALWAYS ASK BEFORE APPROACHING ANY DOG!

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