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August Workshops - Registration Opened July 22 

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


WW185: August 2 - 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 h...

Melissa Breau (Faculty)

WW186: August 9 - The Key to Convergence: Patterning to Build Expectation

  The key to finding converged blind hides is your dog has to actually LOOK for converged hides. If you have a naturally fast dog, this can super challenging because they ...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW187: August 9 - Motivation & Engagement Games When Teaching Heeling

  Heeling is a complex skill that requires a lot of concentration. It can quickly become boring for our dogs if we are not careful about keeping it fun. This workshop will...

Petra Ford (Guest Instructors)

WW188: August 16 - Where’s the Cookie? Reduce Reinforcement from Day 1

  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 lat...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW189: August 23 - Go To Source Nosework Games (REPEAT)

  Does your dog consistently indicate off source (fringes) or gets caught up in pooling odor and falsely indicates? Or you may have a dog who walks odor or doesn’t clearly...

Julie Symons (Faculty)

WW190: August 23 - Happy Holds (REPEAT)

  Happy Holds are the focus of this workshop! We'll be teaching our dogs to hold objects with their mouths. This behavior is a great first step at training your competitio...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)


 

September Workshops
Registration Opens August 22 at 9:00am Pacific Time 

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


WW191: August 30 - Pick it Up & Put it Here! Teaching Your Dog to Pick Up and Deliver All Sorts of Objects

  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 pe...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW192: Sept. 6 - Intro to Parkour and Beyond

  Parkour is also considered urban agility as you use what you find in the environment for  climbing, jumping, balancing, running, leaping and confidence building. Pa...

Melissa Chandler (Faculty)

WW193: Sept. 13 - Teaching a Fun and Flashy Drop on Recall!

  During this workshop we will break down each step in teaching a confident fun drop on recall for the Open obedience ring. We will start with teaching the dogs to down fr...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW194: Sept. 20 - Transforming Triggers into Cues

  On a recent walk, my dog Smudge was startled by a bicycle that appeared suddenly from behind us, only a few feet away. Smudge barked and lunged as the bicyclist sped pas...

Kathy Sdao (PPP and Other Instructors)

WW195: Sept. 27 - Backchaining Heeling

  How do we backchain when the heeling pattern is always different? Why would be even want to backchain heeling? With this method you can effectively and efficiently creat...

Petra Ford (Guest Instructors)

WW196: Sept. 27 - Building Nosework Skills: The Inaccessible Hide Due to Elevation

  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...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

 

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