Potomac Valley Standard Schnauzer Club

The Standard Schnauzer is a robust, heavy-set dog, sturdily built, with a dense harsh no-shed coat. A medium-sized dog, he is knee high and 35 to 45 pounds. The Standard Schnauzer combines a spirited temperament with extreme reliability. Excellent with children and friends, he is still the guardian of his home and family.

The club was founded 50 years ago as the AKC-sanctioned local specialty club for the greater Washington DC area and follow this code of ethics. The PVSSC is one of the breed’s largest and most active specialty organizations. In the past 50 years members have finished over 1000 AKC Champions and many obedience and performance titlists.


Next Meeting or Event

Next Meeting or Event

PVSSC/AKC Scent Work Seminar

AKC Scent Work is a sport that mimics the task of working detection dogs to locate a scent and communicate to the handler that the scent has been detected. AKC Scent Work takes this amazing working relationship between a dog and its handler adn turns it into a fun game that any dog can play. You will learn the beginning steps to introduce your dog to scent work, be introduced to Novice Containers and the first scent used in Novice competition: birch. You and your dog will work together during the workshop.

Presented by Randy Sutton (AKC Scent Work Judge) & Pat Sutton (Dog Trainer)

Register using Scent workshop 2Deadline for registration is October 13!!

Time: 10 A.M.

Location: Blue Ridge K-9 Training Center
2886 Waynesboro Pike, Fairfield, PA 17320
(Training building sits on Route 16 in PA right over the MD state line.)

Fee: $20 including workshop, lunch and birch scent kit. $5 for each additional dog.

Note: there will be a brief PVSSC meeting at lunch.

For info, contact Linda Dobbie: ldobbie@aol.com or 814-942-3173.

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Updated on Sunday, October 7th 2018