A Maximum of 3 Dogs per Camper. This is a time of bonding, learning, and new adventures for you and your dog(s). Spreading yourself too thin will rob you of the opportunity to really immerse yourself & get the benefits you and your dog deserve.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS: An early Bird Discount is available for campers who have registered with their nonrefundable deposit of $500, on or before April 30th, 2019. Until I receive your deposit, I can not reserve a place at camp for you.
Registrations received after April 30th, 2019 do not qualify for Early Bird Discounts.
REFERRAL REWARDS: Once you have paid your $500 deposit, each $100 referral reward will be deducted from your remaining balance.To earn a referral reward, the person you refer must be a new camper (can not have already attended Wild Blue Dog Camp). They must list you on their application form and make their camp deposit.
Camp Balance is due on July 1st, 2019. Referral Rewards can accrue until your final camp balance has been paid. Any referrals after July 1st, 2019 will be credited towards the following year's camp. No cash will be given as a reward.
All campers must sign a limited liability agreement and bring proof of RABIES vaccination or titers. You will also be required to sign photography releases (so we can take pictures of you and your dog). Without these 3 items I can not admit you to ANY Wild Blue Dogs event.
The 4H Campground is a private facility and only Wild Blue Dog Campers and Staff will be allowed on site. This includes the 4H beach. No visitors, observers, or spouses.
You must come to dog camp with a CRATE and/or X-PEN. This provides a safe, comfortable place for your dog to rest between activities and while you eat. If you are staying at the hotel you must bring a sheet or blanket to protect the bed.
If you are staying at the hotel, upon check-in you will need to provide a credit/debit card to the hotel in the event of additional charges.
You will be expected to abide within the rules of the 4H facility and the Tahoe Beach Retreat. We are VERY fortunate to have these facilities and failure to respect them will be grounds for dismissal without refund. This includes excessive barking or howling, and property damage. The hotel pool area is off-limits to dogs and you need to respect the no-smoking areas at both facilities.
Aggression of any kind is immediate grounds for dismissal without refund. If your dog is reactive, fear aggressive, territorial or just plain doesn’t like other dogs or people, this is not the place for your dog. Take them on a different vacation where they can have more fun.
Both the hotel grounds and the 4H facility are On-Leash facilities. On-Leash policy is designed to protect you and your dog. While your dog is involved in a dog camp activity, either with you privately, with a group, in a class, on the beach, or are swimming, they are allowed to be Off-Leash provided you always have control of your dog. Being off leash is a privilege. While walking the Hotel grounds or the 4H facility your dog will need to be On-Leash. Failure to comply with the On-Leash policy is grounds for dismissal without refund.
You will be expected to clean up ANY mess your dog makes. Period. No excuses.
Lake Tahoe has a large & varied wildlife population. Be respectful of our wild neighbors and do not place either the wildlife or your dog at risk.
Wild Blue Dog Camp is not responsible for any injury, illness, accident, or misadventure occurring to either you or your dog at any location where Wild Blue Dogs is holding either formal or informal events, including casual encounters with friends or independent excursions.
Wild Blue Dogs reserves the right to photograph all camp attendees, their dogs, activities at all Wild Blue Dog Camp sites and event locations. Photography will be used solely for Wild Blue Dogs website, advertising, and social media. You will receive copies of many of the photographs taken and you are welcome to take your own photographs as well.
Refunds will not be given except for death or serious illness. No refunds of any kind will be given after July 15, 2019.
If you have any Questions or Concerns regarding the Camp Rules: