Summer Dress Code
With the heat comes your summer wardrobe — shorts and sandals, tank tops — but when you come to dog training, it’s important that safety is first even when it comes to wardrobe!
Sneaker type shoes are recommended.
No open back shoes please! No heels — not even a low wedge. If sandals are your choice, they must be secured safely with some sort of sling back. Remember that your feet could get stepped on (especially in puppy class!) and those claws can hurt delicate toes. If you were to step out of the shoes, such as flip flops or other open back shoes, you could trip and fall. Please, no open back shoes. Leather bottom shoes such as business loafers can be a slip hazard. Sneakers or hiking shoes are recommended.
Note: If your work boots, sneakers, hiking shoes, etc are packed with dirt or mud from your day; Please clean them off (or change them) before entering the training facility. Thank you for your consideration.
Long pants, even for children.
If shorts are your choice, remember that you could get jumped on (especially in puppy class!) and those claws can really hurt your legs. While working your dog, you may be bending, or sitting on the floor with her. Be sure you will be comfortable and without wardrobe malfunction.
Short shorts are discouraged.
T-shirts or the like are recommended.
Shirts are required and should cover the entire torso. While working your dog, you may be bending, or sitting on the floor with her. Be sure you will be comfortable and without wardrobe malfunction.
Tank tops of any style are discouraged.
Please no sun dresses!
Summer Sun Dresses are pretty and flashy, but we don’t want to be flashing in dog training class!