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Summer Scavenger Hunt

Explore your community and spend time with your dog (or cat, or bird, or any pets!) this summer with our newest seasonal specialty title!

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Have Fun And Support A Great Cause!

Our Summer Scavenger Hunt Specialty Title doubles as a fundraiser for some of our favorite local and national non-profits!
50% of the cost of the Summer Scavenger Hunt Evaluation and Title fee is donated to the select non-profit of your choice!

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This Month's Select Non-Profits

No Pet Left Behind
Learn more about No Pet Left Behind here!


Project Freedom Ride
Learn more about Project Freedom Ride here!

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How Do Top Dog Specialty Titles Work?

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Check Out The List

Check out the photo prompts on the Summer Scavenger Hunt page.

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Get Shootin'!

Follow the prompts to snap the perfect pictures of your favorite pet!
Remember to follow our golden rule of making safety and comfort the first priority by avoiding uncomfortable or unsafe situations, props, or aversive gear.

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Submit Your Photos

Submit your photos for evaluation in one of three ways:
1. Submit your photos via the Summer Scavenger Hunt Challenge Page
2. Tag @topdogbehavior in your photos on Instagram or Facebook
3. Email your photos to with the subject line "Summer Scavenger Hunt Evaluation"

Once one of our trainers as confirmed that your submission meets the criteria, you may purchase the Summer Scavenger Hunt Evaluation and Title in our shop to receive your certificate and ribbon!

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Humane Training

Essential to a well-adjusted, happy, and confident dog

In an unregulated industry such as dog training, it is important to know the facts regarding methodology and how tools and technique affect your dog's mental, physical, and emotional well-being.

Both the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association have released statements addressing the benefits of humane training methods, and the unintentional fallout of more "traditional methods.

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