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Summer Camps for Kids: Villa La Paws K9 Camp

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K9 Kids Camp is back at Villa La Paws Canine Training Academy. From agility and obedience to canine first aid and painting with pooch, summer camp has never been so much fun.

This unique camp is open to kids 7-17 years of age along with their dogs. Yes, after pre-approval, your kids can bring their dogs along to this day camp. The K-9 Kids Camp emphasizes the relationship between kids and their dogs, and their goal is to have kids walk away from summer camp with a sense of accomplishment that they can train their dogs successfully. K-9 Kids Camp encourages creativity, problem-solving and teamwork through group projects and games.

Along with activities, your kids will meet career animals and their handlers, including police and service dogs, that will inspire your children to learn training skills, patience and compassion for all creatures.

When: June 10-14 and July 15-19, noon to 4 p.m. (Evaluations available Monday-Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday by appointment.)


Villa La PAWs Canine Training Academy
10630 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix
(Paradise Hills Shopping Center: 32nd St. & Shea Blvd.)

Cost: $200 per kid/teen

Contact: Call Villa La PAWs at (888) 855.7833 (option 3) or

If you know of other summer camps or activities for kids and their four-legged friends, please leave a comment below including the area/region that the camps take place. We would love to feature them in upcoming articles.



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