December Workshops - Registration Opens  Nov 22 @ 9am Pacific Time

* Registration closes December 31st - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time

WW273: Nov. 28- STOP- In the name of love (or cookies or toys)

Do you have a gundog? Would you like to learn how to achieve a reliable 'stop' behaviour? (Most commonly, a 'remote sit', but also 'whoa' or stand.) Well now, you've come to ...

Jo Laurens (Guest Presentations )

WW274: Dec.5- The Art of Timing the Alert Call: Inaccessible and Elevated Hides in Competition

This workshop is about being CONFIDENT in calling Alert on Inaccessible or High Hides in Competition! (focus on Deep and High) Did you know that there is an optimal time to c...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW275: Dec.5- Pick it Up and Put it Here- Teaching Your Dog to Pick up and Deliver All Sorts of Objects (REPEAT)

Many dogs naturally carry objects in their mouths. They pick up and play with toys, snatch available unattended food, and “steal” all sorts of objects they find. Many people w...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW276: Dec.12- Creating Cues to Manage Arousal In the Ring

We’ve all been there. We are in the ring and our dog’s arousal is too high or low and we can’t do anything about it. We try everything we can think of in the moment, but it do...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW277: Dec.19- Stays For All Occasions – Active Sits and Relaxed Downs (REPEAT)

Does your dog struggle with stays?  Maybe you have trouble teaching duration.  Or your dog can’t relax on the station or in a down stay.  Perhaps it falls apart...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

January Workshops - Registration Opens  Dec 22 @ 9am Pacific Time

* Registration closes January 31st - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time

WW278: Jan. 2-Transforming Triggers into Cues (REPEAT)

On a recent walk with me, my dog Smudge was startled by a bicycle that appeared from behind us, only a few feet away. As the bicyclist sped past, Smudge barked and lunged. Thi...

Kathy Sdao (Guest Instructors)

WW279: Jan. 9- Tugging with Toys-Creating a Thinking Reinforcement (REPEAT)

Want a dog that tug, tugs, and brings that toy right back to your hands when you let them have it? Want to use that tugging to reinforce agility sequences, or secondary obedie...

Shade Whitesel (Faculty)

WW280: Jan. 9- Houston, Weave Got a Problem (REPEAT)

In this workshop, Megan will break down common methods of teaching weave poles and discuss the pros and cons of each. Then, she will discuss how she problem-solves common issu...

Megan Foster (Faculty)

WW281: Jan. 16- Where’s the Cookie? Reducing Reinforcement from Day 1 (REPEAT)

When you bring home that cute adorable puppy that may someday be your next sport dog, the last thing on your mind is reducing reinforcement! That’s a project for way later, ju...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW282: Jan. 16- Nose not the Feet! Fixing that Box Smasher with a Focused Alert

Teach your dog to alert with the nose NOT the feet! In this workshop, we will reveal all of the different reasons why your dog might use their feet to alert on containers rat...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW283: Jan. 23- Hold on: Building a Confident and Cheerful Hold

In this workshop you will learn how to teach your dog a consistent and reliable "hold". Hold is the foundation for all of my retrieves. Once dogs have a solid understanding of...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

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