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June Workshops - Registration Opened May 22 

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


 

WW238: May 30- Command Discrimination Foundation

  Command Discrimination (CD) is one of the most difficult exercises in obedience. There are six possible combinations. Then we add distance and pressure resulting in an e...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW239: June 6- Personal Play: just you and your dog! (REPEAT)

  Toys are awesome! Food is awesome! But very little can beat genuine and warm personal interactions for building a basic relationship with our dogs that relies on nothing...

Denise Fenzi (Faculty)

WW240: June 13- Chin up! Teaching a Strong Solid Chin Rest Behavior

  The chin rest is an incredibly useful and versatile foundation skill. The more I use it, the more uses I find for it. I find it particularly helpful for cooperative care...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW241: June 20- Balancing Act: Increasing Handler Focus on the Agility Course

  This workshop is for dogs that tend to rack up more off-courses in the agility ring than refusals. These dogs LOVE agility obstacles and immediately commit to the first ...

Megan Foster (Faculty)

WW242: June 27- Command Discrimination Ring Ready

  Command Discrimination (CD) is one of the most difficult exercises in obedience. There are six possible combinations. Add to that distance and pressure and you have an e...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW243: June 27- Master Moving Positions for Obedience, Rally, and Fun!

  This workshop is all about moving sits, stands, and downs! Whether you need moving positions for obedience, rally, or just to impress your friends, you will learn how to...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)


July Workshops - Registration Opens  June 22 @ 9am Pacific Time

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


WW244: July 4- 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)

WW245: July 11- Go the Distance: Getting Bigger Jumps for Dock Diving (REPEAT)

  This workshop will cover everything from dry land drills to getting bigger jumps with experienced dogs for Big Air diving. Working spots need to have access to a safe do...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW246: July 11- Walk On By: Making Intentional Distractors A Piece of Cake

  A top concern of many handlers are distractors placed inside a container or placed in the search area (typical in AKC Scent Work). These are INTENTIONAL distractors. Con...

Julie Symons (Faculty)

WW247: July 18- Backchaining for Fabulous Fronts in Exercises

  Want to have awesome fronts within the exercises without losing attitude? Want to practice lots of fronts in a way that’s fun for your dog and doesn’t degrade the rest o...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW248: July 18- Marking a Line: Gloves & Go Outs (REPEAT)

  This workshop will teach your dog what we refer to as a mark. Your dog will learn a cue for looking straight ahead for a task to do, whether that is looking ahead for an...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)

WW249: July 25- Breaking Down the Broad Jump

  The broad jump is an important exercise in obedience, but can be a difficult skill to teach due to the handler having to remain stationary. Join me as we break down the ...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)



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