Narooma Dog Training Club programs on hold | Narooma News

The Narooma Dog Training Club advises members that their Saturday training program is currently on hold.

Don't forget to mask yourself when walking your dog.  Photo Rosie Williams.

Don’t forget to mask yourself when walking your dog. Photo Rosie Williams.

Narooma Dog Training Club secretary Carol Hellmers said the club understood that people were interested in attending or returning to classes at the Nata Oval, but it was entirely dependent on advice from NSW Health.

“Also, the restrictions imposed by the Eurobodalla Shire Council that guide the use of Nata Oval do not include training classes on Saturday.

“Cross your fingers, there will be an opportunity to start again in September,” she said.

Ms. Hellmers said we were fortunate enough to be able to go out to exercise and, like us, dogs will benefit from a daily “change of scenery”.

“There are some wonderful beaches in the county that are open 24/7 to our dog lovers without a leash. The beach is a great place for your dog to experience some freedom and play while enjoying clean, fresh air breathing is beneficial for both physical and mental wellbeing.

“But if you are unable to frolic on the beach, there are plenty of green-lined pathways that are a great opportunity to get your dog’s nose hooked and aroused.

“A brisk walk is also a great way to maintain your dog training skills.

“This lockdown, like the one in 2020, won’t last forever and we hope you make the most of this time with your dog,” she said.

Call the Narooma Dog Training Club 0458 953 281 for more information.

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