September Workshops - Registration Opened August 22

* Registration closes September 30th - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time


WW325: Aug 28- Stand Your Dog (REPEAT)

Having a verbal cue to stand your dog is one of my most favorite cues to teach! I don’t know why! I must just like a good standing dog! This workshop will also help to teach s...

Julie Symons (Faculty)

WW326: Sept 4- Handler Sprinting Mechanics and Speed Development

In this workshop we are going to cover the 5 key areas that limit handlers mechanics and speed. Teach you how to identify which of these you need to focus on as well as discus...

Liz Joyce (Guest Presentations )

WW327: Sept 4- Foundation Behaviors for Tricks (REPEAT)

Trick training is not just something to do on rainy days anymore! There are now trick titles to be acquired and trick competitions to be won! Just like any dog sport, a solid ...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW328: Sept 11- No Give, Only Throw, Creating Chase as a thinking reinforcement (REPEAT)

Wouldn’t it be nice to have your dog DROP the toy at your feet? Just, you know, DROP the toy. That way, you could throw the toy again. Or ask for some heeling and throw the to...

Shade Whitesel (Faculty)

WW329: Sept 18- Get that Ball Rolling: Intro to Treibball (REPEAT)

Want to build your distance control and connection with your dog while participating in a great new sport? Or maybe you’ve always been fascinated by herding, but don’t have sh...

Melissa Breau (Faculty)

WW330: Sept 25- Focus and Flow in the Ring

When you watch certain teams in the ring the entire performance looks effortless. What do they know that we don’t? Top handlers are completely focused on their dogs and their ...

Petra Ford (Faculty)



October Workshops - Registration Opened September 22

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


WW331: Oct 2: Stays for All Occasions: Active Sits and Relaxed Downs (REPEAT)

Stays are critical for dog sports, whether it’s an active stay like an agility start line or an obedience recall, or a relaxed stay while you set up a training session or talk...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW332: Oct 2: Shape Up or Ship Out - Strengthening the core, front and rear

This is a level one workshop - no prior conditioning / fitness skills required. You will be learning exercises specific for working your dog's core, front & rear. Minima...

Ashley Escobar (Guest Presentations )

WW333: Oct 9: STOP - in the name of love or cookies or toys (REPEAT)

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 )

WW334: Oct 16: Building Nosework Skills: The Inaccessible Hide Due to Containment (REPEAT)

Inaccessible hides don't need to be scary! You don't need to avoid training them. In this workshop series, we will explore HOW to train these skills. This workshop will focus...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW335: Oct 16: 7 Days to a More Confident Dog (REPEAT)

Would your dog appreciate a jump start to confidence? Are you still using food when your dog is afraid? Would you like to learn how to help in effective ways? Take this short ...

Julie Daniels (Faculty)

WW336: Oct 23: Training Tips for TEAM Rally: Level One

Woohoo - TEAM Rally is here! Get a jumpstart on this new virtual titling program by joining me for this 7 day workshop. I will go through each of the level 1 exercises in deta...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)




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