Youth Activity Guide and Workbook (Level 3) for the National 4-H Dog Curriculum, written by university experts. Youth assess a dog's vital signs, explore functions of dog body systems, investigate dog breeding, consider needs of older dogs, conduct a class for puppies, recognize value of guide dogs, identify dog ownership laws, sponsor a dog fun day, explore careers with dogs, etc.
Recommended for use with a project helper, facilitator, or parent. Levels 1 and 2 are recommended as prerequisites, depending on age and experience. Target Age: Grades 9-12, but may be used by youth in any grade based on their project skills and experience. (36 pages)
You can encourage youth to learn more advanced topics related to dogs, while developing important life skills. Youth will learn about selecting a dog, breeds, grooming, fitting, showing, training, and general care. Youth will also complete activities with the guidance of an adult helper.
Authored by American Veterinary Medical Association & National 4-H Council.
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