Friday, May 17th, 2013 ~ All Optional Events Require Friday Nite Registration
Friday Attendees will have the 1st opportunity to set-up early for the entire Rally weekend, shop at the Scottie Shoppe, connect with with fellow scottie families, enjoy a home cooked hot meal and get a jump start on terrieriffic things!
3-4:30pm Certified Canine Behaviorist Consultation by appointment Jody Hergert-Andresen BA, CDBC, Pawsitive Behaviors, Oshkosh, WI
3- 6pm Garden Stone Workshop (must arrive by 4:00 @ the latest)
5-6pm Making Your Own Terrier Tug Toy Workshop Jody Hergert-Andresen BA, CDBC, Pawsitive Behaviors, Oshkosh, WI
5:30-7pm NEW FEATURE! VIPP (Very Important Pets & People) Dinner
7:00 pm Speedy Scottie Trials Enter your Scottie in a running contest in a safe & controlled course
7:45pm Fireside Chat (weather permitting) or Snooter Snooze Time in prep for a full day on Saturday!
Saturday, May 18th, 2013 ~ Activities Throughout the Day
9:00am Registration Opens and Coffee/Tea
Participation in Donation of Blood Samples for Scottie Health Research Lakeshore Veterinary Specialists, Port Washington, Gledale & Oak Creek, WI
o Pet Psychic
o Scottie & Wannabee Massages
o Micro-Chipping until 2pm Dr Ron Beatty DVM
o Abdominal Ultrasound Screenings provided by Lakeshore Veterinary Specialists, Port Washington, Gledale & Oak Creek, WI
o Private Certified Canine Behaviorist Consultation Jody Hergert-Andresen BA, CDBC, Pawsitive Behaviors, Oshkosh, WI
10:30 Welcome & Blessing of the Wee Ones
11:00 Parade of the Scots featuring the Clan Donald Drum & Pipe Corps
Read below to see how YOU can make a special contribution this year!
12:00 Home Cooked Lunch
1:00 Silent Auction Closing - Part 1 Official Closing Time determination by DCSR Staff & program
1:30 Silent Auction Closing - Part 2 Official Closing Time determination by DCSR staff & program
1:35 LIVE AUCTION for a FUN-draising good time!
2:30 SCOTTIE SCHOOL SESSIONS
A. Terrier Triage: When to Visit the Vet vs Treat @ Home by Dr. Ron Beatty DVM
B. Basics of Grooming: A Demo and Details by Amy Heim, Poochies & Mutts, Green Bay, WI
3:00 Snooters vs Tails: Win Free 2014 DCSR Registration!
3:15 Contest Winners (must be present to win!)
3:30 Agility Basics Demonstration & Trial by Jody Hergert-Andresen BA, CDBC, Pawsitive Behaviors, Oshkosh, WI
4:00 Namebadge Turn-In & Farewell Scottie Transport Shuttle Services are available!!
For the sake of all of our furkids....please make sure that your dog(s) are properly vaccinated against the following prior to attending the Door County Scottie Rally or any public dog gathering:
Please discuss with your veterinarian if you have questions or concerns.
NEW SILENT AUCTION GUIDELINES
The success of the Rally is very much dependent upon our attendees participation in all that we offer during the day. We ask that if you participate in the Silent Auction that you come with an open heart to serve the health and welfare of our beloved breed. We think that these new guidelines might make the Silent Auction a bit more enjoyable for all involved:
DONATING ITEMS FOR THE SILENT AUCTION
If you've been thinking of downsizing your scottie collection PLEASE think of us. You'll be able to receive tax credit as well as contribute to our mission! Donation of scottie items are welcome year-round regardless of their size. Nothing is too small as it can always help our Scottie elves fill those unique baskets that only we offer! Think of the Rally as you do shopping year-round or receive duplicate gift items! We'll be grateful that you did!
CONTINUED OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO PITCH IN !
Most likely your friends and family members know how important your furkids are to you. We're inviting you to join us in raising additional money for Scottie Rescue by asking your friends, neighbors and family members to support your participation in the Parade of the Scots regardless of whether you & your kids ride or walk the 1.8 mile route. Recruiting pledges is not mandatory BUT wouldn't it be great if everyone could play an active role in raising funding for our furkids and their extended family? It'll give you a chance to talk about the the work we collectively do to support and celebrate our noble breed! So download a pledge form and start recruiting Scottie sponsors! Besides making a difference, you may win a fabulous prize for raising the most money!
FORM CAN BE PRINTED OUT ON OUR WEBSITE OR CAN BE MAILED TO YOU IF YOU CALL 920-493-5878
To ensure 100% of any proceeds support our mission, no commercial vendors or exhibitors are permitted
Limited to Scotte Rally Headquarters or your place of lodging only. Handicapped accessible restrooms & a handwashing station will be available. Please respect that the Baileys GroveCampground restroom facilities are restricted to registered campground guests & the Bronsky home facilities are limited to houseguests.
General parking will be available at the Baileys Grove Campground & frequent shuttle rides will be available to transport you, your Scots and travel gear. Shuttle Stop pick-ups will be clearly marked and staffed with volunteers to assist you Priority parking for designated handicapped will be in the Park N Bark lot on Juniper Ridge Rd on Rally Day. Overflow parking will be available in the Baileys Grove Campground.
EARLY ARRIVAL/SET-UP POLICY
A drop-off for Auction items will be held at the entrance to Scottie Rally Headquarters on Friday.
At that time a written receipt will be provided for donations received.
Only attendees registered for the Friday Nite VIP Dinner will be allowed to set up their items or enter Scottie Rally Headquarters prior to Rally Day.
This policy allows our volunteers to complete their work more with fewer barriers to work around.
WHAT YOUR REGISTRATION FEE COVERS
Your registration fee literally covers our expenses. Those expenses include beverages, food, dog treats & bottled water, and equipment rental for tents, tables, a limited number of chairs, outdoor commodes, public address system, transportation shuttle, postcard printing & postage, sheriff support for the Parade, bagpipers, event insurance, door and contest prizes & maintenance of our website.
Our liability insurance excludes the presence of alcohol---we appreciate your understanding!
WHERE DOES THE FUNDRAISING COME IN?
Our ability to raise money is related to everyone's financial abilities & desire to have fun. Fundraising is dependent upon your bidding on Silent Auction items, participating in the LIVE Auction bidding, purchasing Optional Event tickets, DCSR apparel & exclusive custom made leather goods, on-site raffle options and of course through donations. Returning this year----you can actively help us raise funds through seeking sponsors for YOU and your furkid(s) in the Parade of Scots!
THINGS TO BE SURE TO BRING
Lodging suggestions and other detailed information can be found at WWW.DOORCOUNTYSCOTTIERALLY.COM
Please note that although every attempt will be made to conform to this schedule,
we reserve the right to substitute a topic or activity as the situation warrants.
FRIDAY NIGHT EVENTS for VIPP attendees only: ·
CANINE BEHAVIORIST CONSULTATION Jody Hergert-Andresen BA, CDBC (Pawsitive Directions, LLC Oshkosh, WI
ADDITIONAL CREDIT CARD CHECK-OUT!
IMPROVED SCOTTIE SHUTTLE TRANSPORTATION BEFORE, DURING & AFTER THE RALLY
o Biggest Ears
o Longest Tail
o Roo Roo Aroo-er
o Best Head Tilt
o Best Scottie Wannabee (open to any non Scottie attendee)
Be sure to register to enter these contests on your registration form and watch for the designated contest area on Rally weekend! Award winners will be announced beginning at 3:15pm
HOME AGAIN MICRO-CHIPPING CLINIC Cost $ 40 (includes Home Again registration fee)
Premiering this year is the opportunity to have your furkid(s) microchipped to ensure recovery of your furkid(s) should they inadvertently get away from you or your home. Don’t think it can’t happen to you…because it happens to the best parents and families! Highly recommended by most vets, the Home Again chip:
a. doesn't migrate under the skin after insertion
b. has a proactive recovery program where the company faxes all local shelters, vets and rescues in the local area a wanted poster when the pet is lost. This poster includes the pets photo if the owners have uploaded it to the website which is super easy to do.
c. Free calls to the ASPCA poison control hotline which costs $65 per call for everyone else.
B and C above are included in the registration for the first year. After that, there is a small annual charge to continue the premium services. If people choose not to, the chip still works in their computer system, but owner's don't get benefits B and C above.
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