Monday, June 01, 2009


Today I found out that as of the end of June, the location that the training school I work for will no longer be available to us. The landlord has decided that they can make better use of the space than we are. Big, big bummer . . . I finally get into teaching classes and now they will be no more.

Fortunately, agility training can continue, out at the horse barn where the more advanced classes train. So Gracie-Lou won't miss out on any training there. But I don't know what'll happen to the obedience classes. They can be held outside in the summer, depending on the weather, but winter is another story entirely.

Other than that it was a good, busy day at work. Lots to do and still so much to learn. After three weeks, I can say that I feel comfortable with my role, but I'm aware that I have much to learn. That's not a bad place to be, in a new job.

Have a good one folks!


Visichy said...

That really sucks. Thinking back on the places I've taken obedience classes (if you are looking for ideas)....
Community Centers
Private facilities (a dog person with land & building)
Church basement
College lawn/field (that was agility though)

Claire's agility class is held at a dog boarding facility (lots of space outdoors... not sure about indoors).

It really sucks that the landlord did that. I hope you find a new venue.

Sarah C said...

That sucks! Hope you find some place else that will work for you :)