• Get K9 First-aid and CPR Certified
    Learn K9 First aid and CPR: Did you know that we have trained over 1600 people since 2009 and have published a book on how to perform K9 First aid and CPR. Welcome to K9 First-aid and CPR. The K9 First Aid and CPR class is designed to give the pet lover, dog sport enthusiast, or pet professional the necessary information and skills to stabilize an injured animal until qualified veterinarian care is accessed. Whether you are new to dog ownership, or a long time friend; have a puppy, or care for a senior dog; own a purebred or a mixed breed from the shelter; regardless of your situation, your dog is precious to you. You only want the best for your dog, just like you want the best for every member of your family. This Paramedic based material gives the students confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving their dog, they will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. Class cost is $65.00 per person. You may also purchase a new copy of my book "K9 Medic" for an additional $14.00. Each student will recieve a K9 First-aid and CPR wallet certification as part of the class. This card will allow you to take the class at anytime in the future at no charge. The class content covers over 20 First Aid items including: first aid kits, torn pads, dog fights, seizures, broken bones, electrical injuries, muzzling, and bleeding control and appropriate restraining of an injured animal. There is special attention to choking, bloat, and poisons. There are several hands on type skills and the relaxed open format is very conducive for learning. Since the material is paramedic based you can even use your new found skills on human’s (if you want to) that is. In the class we use K9 CPR manikins where people actually preform “mouth to snout” breathing and compressions. A few reminders about the event: Please no dogs to this event. This event has a full service restaurant and food and drink may be purchased. Each student will be required to sign a release of liability form prior to class. You may pay at time of registration, or you may bring check, cash, or pay by Visa, or Master card the day of the class. To register - please go my website (it's a separate registration than on this page): www.K9FirstaidandCPR.com We will be located in the Conference room at Hyland Hills Golf Course. We have many classes scheduled. If you have any questions you may call[masked]

    Hyland Hills Golf Course

    9650 N. Sheridan Blvd. · Westminster, CO

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  • Teller Farms Run + Super Mini Walnut Cafe
    Run with dogs at South Teller Farms from Arapahoe parking lot to Valmont lot and back. Enjoy a nice brunch at the the Super Mini Walnut Cafe in Lafayette after short run. If off leash, dogs must have new Voice & Sight tags for 2015 (blue).

    South Teller Farms Trailhead

    Arapahoe · Boulder, CO

  • Get K9 First aid and CPR Certified
    Learn K9 First aid and CPR and get Certified! Did you know that we have trained over 1400 people since 2010 and have published a book on how to perform K9 First aid and CPR. Welcome to K9 First-aid and CPR. The K9 First Aid and CPR class is designed to give the pet lover, dog sport enthusiast, or pet professional the necessary information and skills to stabilize an injured animal until qualified veterinarian care is accessed. Whether you are new to dog ownership, or a long time friend; have a puppy, or care for a senior dog; own a purebred or a mixed breed from the shelter; regardless of your situation, your dog is precious to you. You only want the best for your dog, just like you want the best for every member of your family. This Paramedic based material gives the students confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving their dog, they will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. Class cost is $65.00 per person. You may also purchase a new copy of my book "K9 Medic" for an additional $15.00. Each student will recieve a K9 First-aid and CPR wallet certification as part of the class. This card will allow you to take the class at anytime in the future at no charge. The class content covers over 20 First Aid items including: first aid kits, torn pads, dog fights, seizures, broken bones, electrical injuries, muzzling, and bleeding control and appropriate restraining of an injured animal. There is special attention to choking, bloat, and poisons. There are several hands on type skills and the relaxed open format is very conducive for learning. Since the material is paramedic based you can even use your new found skills on human’s (if you want to) that is. In the class we use K9 CPR manikins where people actually preform “mouth to snout” breathing and compressions. A few reminders about the event: Please no dogs to this event. You may bring snacks. Each student will be required to sign a release of libiality form prior to class. You may pay at time of registration, or you may bring check, cash, or pay by Visa, or Master card the day of the class. To register - please go my website (it's a separate registration than on this page): http://cprforcanines.com/registration/ (You are also welcome to register for any other classes.) If you have any questions you may call[masked]

    Canine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Group

    8855 West 116th Circle · Broomfield, CO

  • Mt. Yale (14,196 ft) - East Ridge
    This event was canceled.
  • Mt. Yale (14,196 ft) - East Ridge
    Mount Yale, like most Sawatch Fourteeners, rises abruptly from its surrounding valleys. No matter how you tackle Yale, the peak will test your legs. For this trip we will look at hiking up Mount Yale via the East Ridge and from Avalanche Trail Head. This route is longer and more difficult than the standard route from Denny Creek. It has some loose rock and steep hiking, without a trail. From Yale's summitt, we are rewarded with a view of 30 of Colorado's Fourteeners. We will depart from the trailhead at 8:30 am for the ascent. Carpool Info: I-70/Morrison exit Park and Ride – Woolly Mammoth lot section BB to be specific (across from the Conoco station) We will meet up at 5:15 am. Organize carpooling. Caravan leaves promptly at 5:30am on Tuesday. Expect just under a 3 hr car ride from Woolly Mammoth Park n Ride. Avalanche Trailhead: This is the trailhead we will depart from at 8:30 if you are not meeting at Woolly Mammouth PnR. From U.S. 24 in the center of Buena Vista, take the County Road 306 towards Cottonwood Pass. Drive about 9 miles on 306 to reach the trailhead on the right. 2 WD vehicles should easliy make it here at 9,370. Elevation: 14,196 feet Mileage: 10.5 miles Vertical Gain: 5,000 feet Afterwards we'll regroup in Buena Vista for dinner. Expect and be prepared for up to an 8 hour day and a change in weather patterns. This is a cross post with Colorado Adventure Club and 14er Fan Club hence there is a limited number of spots. Please research Mt Yale for dog restrictions and behavior. Please make sure you and your dog are able to hike this class 2 14er. Mountaineering in Colorado can be very dangerous and many people have died on the 14ers. Weather, terrain and other people can put you in a situation where your knowledge and experience will be vital. If you are new to these peaks, I urge you to pick up a book on mountaineering safety and make sure your basic navigation skills (map+compass, not only GPS) are up-to-par and you can rely on them in a tough situation. Just because a crowd of people can march to the summit of Quandary Peak on a summer Saturday, it doesn’t mean that they are all safe. Altitude sickness, dehydration, and fast-building storms are the most common problems. Please be in shape and self sufficient. Although this is a group activity you are responsible for yourself. I will always make a call if this meetup is cancelled due to weather by 3pm the evening before the scheduled hike. You can certainly still go but it will no longer be an official 14er Fan Club meetup.

    Avalanche Trailhead

    Chaffee County 306 · Buena Vista, CO

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  • Midweek Midday Hike ~ Homestead Trail
    This event was canceled.
  • Sunday Morning Run, jog, walk, stroll or skip & Brunch
    Sunday is a fun day for a run day! Let's get together to start the week off on the right foot. This is an at your own pace run, jog, walk, hike, bike or whatever you feel like doing. We will go out for about 1.5 hours and then head to Southside Walnut Cafe for a bite. There is off (Blue Tag) and on leash trails in this area. This is a cross post with the Colorado Adventure Club. Hope to see you there!

    Greenbelt Plateau Trailhead

    Highway 128 · Boulder, CO

  • Midweek - Midday Hike (Mt. Sanitas)
    This short (3.1 miles) loop but challenging hike rewards you with exceptional 360 degree views of the snow capped Indian Peaks, lower foothills and eastern Colorado plains. DIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEAD: The Mt Sanitas Trailhead is located on Mapleton Road (0.5 mile west of 4th Street on Mapleton Avenue) in Boulder. Take Broadway to Mapleton Road and turn west. The Mt Sanitas Trailhead and roadside parking area is located just past the Mapleton Medical Center on the north side of the road. We will meet at the Trailhead sign, approx. .15miles inside the fence from Mapleton Road Be mindful of where we are meeting INSIDE THE FENCE as inevitably people miss us and get frustrated. We wil look to depart at 3:45pm This is a blue tag off leash hike.

    Mt. Sanitas Trailhead

    North side of Mapleton Ave, west of 4th St. · Boulder, CO

  • Learn K9 First-aid and CPR
    Did you know that we have trained over 1300 dog lovers the past 5 years. Welcome to K9 First-aid and CPR. This 4 hour class is designed to give the pet lover, dog sport enthusiast, or pet professional the necessary information and skills to stabilize an injured animal until qualified veterinarian care is accessed. Whether you are new to dog ownership, or a long time friend; have a puppy, or care for a senior dog; own a purebred or a mixed breed from the shelter; regardless of your situation, your dog is precious to you. You only want the best for your dog, just like you want the best for every member of your family. This Paramedic based material gives the students confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving their dog, they will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. Class cost is $65.00 per person. Each student will also receive a K9 First-aid and CPR wallet certification as part of the class. This card will allow you to take the class at anytime in the future at no charge. A "K9 MEDIC" book can be purchased for $15.00. The class content covers over 20 First Aid items including: first aid kits, torn pads, seizures, broken bones, electrical injuries, muzzling, and bleeding control and appropriate restraining of an injured animal. There is special attention to choking, bloat, and poisons and dog behavior. There are several hands on type skills and the relaxed open format is very conducive for learning. Since the material is paramedic based you can even use your new found skills on human’s (if you want to) that is. In the class we use K9 CPR manikins where people actually preform “mouth to snout” breathing and compressions. Class is taught by Paramedic Eric "Odie" Roth. Eric has worked in the fire service for over 20 years and much of that time a Paramedic. A few reminders about the event: Please no dogs to this event. You may bring snacks. Each student will be required to sign a release of libiality form prior to class. You may pay at time of registration, or you may bring check, cash, or pay by Visa, or Master card the day of the class. To register - please go my website. (it's a separate registration than on this page): http://cprforcanines.com/registration/ (You are also welcome to register for any other classes.) If you have any questions you may call[masked]

    Canine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Group

    3760 South Lipan Street · Englewood, CO

  • Sunday Morning Run, jog, walk & Brunch
    Sunday is a Fun Day for a Run Day! This is an at your own pace run, walk, skip, jog.... Sunday is supposed to be in the upper 50's. It is on trail so expect to get a little muddy from the mid week snow melt. We'll meet at the South Teller Farms Trailhead Parking lot. It is located on the north side of Arapahoe Road between 75th and 95th streets just down a dirt road. We will look to head out at 10:30am for about an hour. This is an off (Blue Tag) leash trail. This is a cross post with the Colorado Adventure Club. Hope to see you there!

    South Teller Farms Trailhead

    Arapahoe · Boulder, CO