WESTERN STATES POLICE CANINE ASSOCIATION

(WSPCA)

1525 Sheldon Road - Modesto - CA - 95350

Established in 1979

501(c)3 tax exempt organization - #94-3081458

 
 

**WE HAVE BEEN EXPERIENCING SOME UNKNOWN TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES WITH OUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM!!

PLEASE EMAIL CHRIS ROGERS AT CROGERS.WSPCA@GMAIL.COM IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS!!**

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TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO REGISTER FOR OUR 2016 K9 CONFERENCE AT THE PEPPERMILL IN RENO SEPTEMBER 12TH-15TH REGISTER TODAY!!

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WSPCA CHALLENGE COINS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE!!

CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR DESIGNS AND ORDER YOURS TODAY!! 

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ONLY ONE MORE K9 TRIAL THIS YEAR!!

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE K9 YEAR-END TRIAL - SEPTEMBER 9TH AND 10TH

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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2016 TRIAL RESULTS ARE ON THE K-9 TRIALS PAGE

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MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT OUR  CALENDAR FOR A LIST OF UPCOMING EVENTS!!


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Police and Military Dog Training in Modesto, California __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Our Story

Get K9 certifications for your team with dog training from Western States Police Canine Association based in Modesto, California. Our group is a nonprofit organization that supports law enforcement and military K9 programs throughout some western states.

As one of the only associations that offers a working dog conference, our organization is committed to training that results in safe, controlled dogs. Membership and conference fees are affordable. In addition, you don’t have to be a member in order to get your certifications.

Learn More about Western States Police Canine Association

Contact our office in Modesto, California, for information regarding Membership, K-9 Trials and Working Dog Conference.


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