MidMo Waggers teaches pooches, students new lessons


Victoria Fisher, 12, and her dog Toto perform during KidsFest. Leading Toto through agility drills is Victoria’s favorite part “because he’s best at it.” Victoria and Toto have been part of MidMo Waggers for three years.

Victoria Fisher, 12, and her dog Toto perform during KidsFest. Leading Toto through agility drills is Victoria’s favorite part “because he’s best at it.” Victoria and Toto have been part of MidMo Waggers for three years. Amy Backes

Dressed in green hula skirts and brightly colored leis, the dogs of MidMo Waggers performed their summer fun routine for a delighted crowd Saturday at KidsFest downtown.

If you missed that performance, the dog drill team, which is part of the MidMo Dog Training Center, will be performing at 1 p.m. today at the Tractor Supply Co. Pet Celebration, 3714 Cody Drive.

Jennifer Winkelman and her husband, Bob, started MidMo Dog Training Center three years ago as an obedience school with a special priority.

“We wanted it to be more focused on the kids,” Jennifer Winkelman said.

MidMo Waggers is just that. Participants gain ....

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