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Designated Dog Training Area Permit

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Please complete the following information in full.   Press the Submit button below to forward your information.  Your permit takes approximately 2 weeks to process and return to you.  A Mail In Application can also be completed and submitted  if desired.

  • Please provide the following contact information:
    First name M.I.
    Last name
    Street address
    Address (cont.)
    City State
    Zip Code
    Work Phone
    Home Phone
  • Location of Training Area ( Distance and Direction from Nearest Town):

  • Legal Description of Training Area (Example: SE1/4, NW1/4, SEC. 10, R14N, T8W and County Name):

  • Number of Acres (50 Acres Maximum):

  • County

  • Amateur or Professional Trainer:


  • Landowner Name:
    First name
    Last name
    Street address
    Address (cont.)
    State Zip Code
    Home Phone
  • Breed(s) of Dog(s) Trained:

  • Species of Bird(s) Utilized:

  • Is a Quail Call Back Device Used?:

    Yes No

  • Please list either your Customer Number or Game Breeding and Hunting Preserve Area License Number:

  • Please list the Names and Addresses of Anyone that has authorization to use the Designated Dog Training Area:


The Dept. of Natural Resources is requesting this information as outlined under the Wildlife Code, Chapter 520.  Providing this information is required.  Failure to provide any information will result in this form not being processed.   This form has been approved by the State Forms Management Center.
Last revised: October 06, 2000

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