Hamilton County Health Department Press Release July 28, 2021 Since the Hamilton County Health Department is recommending but not requiring fully vaccinated people to wear masks in public indoor settings, Play Dog Excellent will not require masks at this time. We recognize and support individual decisions and will happily refund any payments for prepaid trainingContinue reading “Hamilton County Health Department Press Release”
Hamilton County has lifted the mask mandate, and we will no longer be requiring customers, students, or staff to wear face coverings in our facility. We will continue to recommend that customers keep their dogs on leash and 6 feet apart for everyone’s safety.
Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger extended a countywide mask mandate through April 28, but committed to lift the requirement as of Thursday, April 29, 2021. Play Dog Excellent will require masks in our facility until April 29. After that, masks will not be required. We will continue to stagger class start times (6:15-7:15 and 7:30-8:30)Continue reading “Mask Mandate Extended to April 29”
On Tuesday, October 6, Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger extended county-wide mask mandate another 45 days to November 22. Please visit the Hamilton County Health Department web site for more information.
We have a few changes from our previous sessions: Classes scheduled to begin at 6:30pm will begin at 6:15pm in order to avoid congestion between classes. Students in 7:30 classes are requested not to enter the building before 7:25pm in order to give the earlier classes time to exit. Students in classes held in theContinue reading “COVID-19 Precautions for Group Classes at PDX”
We want to make everyone aware that we have instructors and students who qualify for exemption to the Hamilton County mask mandate. Since this is the case, there will be people in the arena without masks. If this is of concern to you, best to defer to a later class session. Please consider an onlineContinue reading “Hamilton County Mask Mandate – Update”
According to Directive #1 from the Hamilton County Health Department, all all persons in Hamilton County shall wear a facial covering or mask which covers the mouth and nose at all times when indoors in all public and private buildings. This means that starting on Friday, July 10, instructors and students will have to wearContinue reading “Face Covering Requirement”
Executive Order 38 from Governor Bill Lee allows for groups of up to 50 people, so we will once again be able to welcome family members into classes. Please remember to maintain at least 6 feet distance between households, and please bring an extra adult to supervise children under 12.
We are excited to start up group classes again, with the requisite precautions: We will not be holding in-person orientation. This will necessitate several temporary measures: We are recording videos to make the orientation presentation available on demand. Videos will be available by June 2 and links will be sent to registered students and postedContinue reading “June Class Session”
If your dog’s safety is at risk, give us a call at 423-870-7740. We want to help by offering free boarding to current customers whose dogs need a safe place to be while their families are dealing with COVID-19 and tornado emergencies. Considerations: · We need to have current shot records on file · DogsContinue reading “Dogs who need a safe place”