Correction to the last event announcement below, this event will be over this coming Labor day weekend, Sept. 5-6th.
Cross Creek Farm will be hosting another NADD AKC Sanctioned Dock Jumping event this coming Labor Day Weekend September 5-6th, 2015. This event is expected to be bigger and better than any event previously held at Cross Creek Farm!
The event is open to non AKC registered dogs to participate but you must be an NADD member to compete. This event is a Qualifier event for the 2015 Eukanuba National Championship held in Orlando, Florida this December! Also, AKC registered dogs can earn their AKC dock jumping title.
Go to our Events page now to find out how to register. More details to follow in the coming weeks!
Thanks to everyone that joined us last weekend at the first Cross Creek Farm NADD event. If you noticed, we had a professional photographer both days. Below is a sample of the pictures.
The first set of pictures comes from Debbie at Stonewell Photography. She took several pics on Saturday only.
All of her photos are uploaded to her website if anyone wants to order prints, merchandise or downloads. Click HERE.
There is a 20% coupon directly below, or you can go to her facebook page for some of the pics and the coupon. Click HERE.Gallery with ID 2 doesn't exist.
On Sunday, photographer Henry Dolive, joined us and took some great shots! Below is a sampling. Henry processed 56 photos in all. Below is a small sample. We will be posting them all eventually. Please review the photos below and if you are interested in seeing more or purchasing, please send Henry an email at email@example.com and give him the picture number. Thanks Henry!Gallery with ID 3 doesn't exist.
We look forward to seeing everyone this weekend. It looks like we will have great weather! We wanted to provide a little bit of extra information for this weekend’s event so everyone knows what to expect. Here is a quick FAQ:
Q1. How do I get there?
A1. Please see our Directions page. Google map is correct!
Q2. Are spectators welcome?
Q3. What should I bring?
A3. Something to sit on, proper shoes for the outdoors, bug spray, sun block… It’s a farm!
Q4. What if I have to go to the bathroom?
A4. No worries, we have 2 port-o-potties!
Q5. What if I get hungry or thirsty?
A4. You are welcome to bring your own food and drinks. We will also have a small concession stand that will provide drinks and snacks for a small fee.
Q6. Do you except credit card?
Q7. If I am not competing, can I bring my dog?
A7. Yes, but you will be required to keep your dog on a leash or in a crate at all times.
Q8. What time should I get there?
A8. The first splash starts at 10:00AM on Saturday. If you are in this splash, please plan on arriving at least 1 hour before to fill out paperwork.
Q9. How many splashes are there?
A9. There are 3 splashes on both Saturday and Sunday at 10AM, 12PM, and 2PM. There will be a final Championship final jump at 3:30PM On Sunday.
Q10. Am I allowed to take video/photos?
A10. Yes! And it is encouraged so we can all spread the word of our great sport!
If we did not answer your questions above, please comment below and we will reply back ASAP. Or feel free to call us at (513)-734-0004.
Thanks, and we look forward to a safe and fun weekend!
The June 1st class was well attended with 10 teams present. All teams attending had a great time and did quite well. To allow all teams enough training time, we split the class into two separate sessions, 4-6 and 6:30-8:30PM, this gave everyone plenty of training time. The weather during the day was cold and drizzly but the evening turned out to be beautiful and perfect for dock diving!
We had several 1st time attendees at class; Joe with Gonzo the Standard Poodle, Tracey with Eli the Barbet, Amanda with Herschel the Pit Bull, Lauren with Ace the Brittany Spaniel, and Catherine with Erik and Wendy the Labradors. It was great to have Connie return to class after a year off with her new German Shorthaired Pointer, Jethro.
This season’s returning teams of Debbie with her Weimaraner Ruby, Dottie and Nikki with their German Sheppard Penny, and Whitney with her Black German Sheppard pup Elvis spent the evening successfully sharpening their skills as handlers.
It was a pleasure to work with each team. In our seven years of dock diving instruction, we have never had a class with so many different breeds of canines. It proves that dock diving is not just for retrievers!
Great work everyone and we look forward to seeing you all this weekend at the Cross Creek Farm hosted NADD/AKC sanctioned dock diving event, where your dog can receive an AKC title! If you haven’t registered already, there is still time. Go to our EVENTS page for a link to register!