Information for members with dog projects
Permission to Participate - ALL youth enrolled in 4-H dog projects are now required to sign the Permission to Participate in Ohio 4-H Dog Activities Disclosure and Release of Claims document when enrolling, as well as a parent or guardian is required to sign this document, before youth are allowed to participate in any 4-H dog activities with their dogs.
County Dog Project Identification Form and Vaccination Certificate - ALL youth enrolled in 4-H dog projects (with the exception of All About Dogs) are required to complete the County Dog Project Identification Form and Vaccination Certificate and submit by June 1. Click here to download.
Dog Project Resources - Click here for information on Dog Projects.
Ohio State Junior Fair Dog Show Information and Forms - For Deadlines, Classes, Rules, Forms and more, go to the Ohio State Fair Dog page for more information
|https://ohio4h.org/statewide-programs/animal-sciences/dog||Ohio 4-H Dog Program|
|http://www.facebook.com/Ohio4HDogProgram||"Like" the Ohio 4-H Dog Program on Facebook to keep up-to-date on what's happening!|
|http://www.westminsterkennelclub.org||Information on Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show|
|http://www.akc.org||American Kennel Club|
|http://usdaa.com||United States Dog Agility Association|
|http://www.whole-dog-journal.com||Whole Dog Journal|
Denise Tebbe Memorial Scholarship
Applicants must have been a Hancock County 4-H member for a minimum of three years and completed a dog or horse project. Please see application for further requirements.
4-H Dog Achievement Program - go.osu.edu/DAP
The 4-H Dog Achievement Program offers members opportunities separate from project judging, show and fair environments. This program encourages youth to strive toward personal goals and master life skills with their dog in a non-competitive format. The first time you enroll in this project, you must complete the My Dog and Me and Basic Training categories as part of your first three categories. Select three categories and complete 5 activities for each category for a total of 15 activities. Document the progress and completion of each activity using online recordkeeping. Requirements to get started: Must be 4-H age (8 and in 3rd grade and not older than 18 as of Jan. 1, of the current year) and have a dog as a family pet. Join a 4-H club and enroll in the 4-H Dog Achievement Program "202"; Have access to a computer to retrieve online activities, research suggested resources, and keep online records; Purchase the Dog Resource Handbook 201R because it contains essential information to help you complete many of the activities within the 4-H DAP categories.