Tarahill Cairn Terriers &
Wags to Wishes K9 Training 

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Wags to Wishes - directions

Wags to Wishes is located near Okotoks, Alberta. (about 7 minutes south west of town). The street address is 100 - 418204  21st Street.  T1S 1A1.  NB: this address typically does not come up on GPS units or Google maps.  You can search Google maps for Wags to Wishes K9 Training or Tarahill Cairn Terriers.  Using the Google directions app will take you to 16 Street West just opposite our location (we are on the top of the hill).  Keep going to 434 Ave West and then turn right at the stop sign. Turn right again onto 21st Street and then go all the way up the hill.

From Highway 7, turn when you see the sign for the Chinook Honey Company. Keep going past the Honey farm on 16th street to 434 Ave (3.8 km from the Honey farm / 4.8 km from highway 7). Turn right on 434 Ave and travel 1/2 km to 21st Street. We are at the end of 21st Street.

Wags to Wishes

When you arrive...please drive slowly on 21st Street There are young children in the area who may be playing on the road.  There are also working guardian dogs in the area as well as neighbours pet dogs - both are frequently on the road.   The posted speed limit moving past our neighbour's home is 20 km / hr - this is for the safety of pets and children as well as to help keep dust down.  Please slow down in courtesy to our neighbours whose homes are close to the road.

There is an electric gate at the entrance to our property.  The gate will usually be opened 10-20 minutes before the start of class.  If the gate is closed, please call (403- 995-5659 or 403-613-4110) or honk the horn.

Please note that dogs are not permitted to be off leash anywhere on the property except if you are instructed to remove the leash by the instructor.  Dogs MUST be leashed before exiting vehicles and must enter and leave the training area on leash. When entering the building, yield to people and dogs exiting the building. This means, back up and give them space to exit safely. Many dogs may be reactive when on leash so give plenty of room.