Here are the rules and regulations everyone is required to adhere to so Lure Course Brevard remains fun and safe for everyone.
- No dogs that are aggressive towards PEOPLE will be allowed on the premises. Period. Any dogs displaying aggression towards people will be asked to leave (with no refund).
- Dog aggressive dogs are allowed but you must be capable of controlling your dog. We recommend bringing along a crate to use as well as backup collars, harnesses, and leashes.
- All dogs must be kept under control. Do not let your dog go “nose-to-nose” with any unfamiliar dog unless both owners/handlers consent and are present.
- All dogs must be ON LEASH at all times when they are not running the course. Leashes must be on your dog before you exit your vehicle.
- The course is fenced with temporary fencing. It will NOT completely contain a dog that wants to get out. Please make sure you are confident in your dog’s recall before you let him run the course off-leash.
- There are no refunds once your dog enters the field – even if they don’t want to run. We will, however, be happy to try a few techniques to get your dog interested in the lure.
- A signed waiver must be presented before your dog can run. They are available at check-in / registration.
- We will provide water for drinking and cooling your dogs.
- Clean up after your dog. We always have extra bags available if you need one.
- If you bring children, please keep them under control. Families with children will be asked to leave if the child is petting and approaching other people’s dogs without permission from the owner and supervision by their parents. Anyone under 18 is not allowed to handle a dog on course without a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.
- Restrooms will be available.
- Properly care for your dog. This includes housing, water, warming-up and cooling-down, and taking care of any injury or fatigue in a responsible manner.
- Owners, Handlers, and Spectators: Lure Course Brevard is a largely non-competitive environment. Everyone present shall conduct themselves in a professional, considerate, and sportsmanlike manner.
Furthermore, Lure Course Brevard reserves the right to stop or limit any dog’s participation due to age, body condition, lameness, physiological limitations (e.g., limitations of brachycephalic breeds), temperament, weather conditions, or any other factor that could affect the safety of the dog, other participating dogs, or spectators (dog or human).