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Benton/Stearns County 2014 Dog ID & Project Information - May 15 Deadline

Please download the complete Dog Project Packet for information on identifying your dog for fair as well as participating in the Four Paws/Puppy Paws dog project club.

Included in the dog project packet:

ID Process:
Important changes have been made to the animal identification process: the shift from paper affidavits to online animal identification.

Minnesota 4-H is using its online enrollment system, 4HOnline, to record all animal identifications in 2014.  4HOnline has the capability to track animal ownership and identification data and has been used successfully in other states.  Online animal identification reduces inaccuracies and inefficiencies that were a part of our past paper system. More information and a 4HOnline user guide can be found at

The process that will be followed in 2014 is available in the Dog Project Packet.


4-H Four Paws and Puppy Paws Dog Project Membership:

Dog training will be a fun time for you and your dog!  There are leaders/trainers that will answer your questions and help you succeed in this project along with help from your family.   Any questions and suggestions during the training season can be directed to the 4-H Dog Project trainers.  The trainers represent both counties.

There are some important things involved in participating in this project, please read the information included the packet and save to reference throughout the training season.

To participate in the dog project, you are required to attend the first dog project meeting on Tuesday, April 22nd at 6:30p.m., in Room 108 at the Midtown Mall in St. Cloud. 





Stearns/Benton 4-H Dog Project Member Meeting

April 22, 2014

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Midtown Mall Complex, Room 108, St. Cloud

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