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January Workshops - Registration Opened December 22

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

WW212: Jan. 10 - No Give, Only Throw: How to Use Chasing (and Dropping!) Toys as 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 ...

Shade Whitesel (Faculty)

WW213: Jan. 17 - Stand Your Dog

  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! We have many ways already to get...

Julie Symons (Faculty)

WW214: Jan 17. - Loopy Agility Training

  Great training happens in loops. Trainers set up their environment so that the wanted behavior is most likely to happen and then when that behavior does happen, a well-p...

Megan Foster (Faculty)

WW215: Jan. 24 - Beep Beep, Back it up!

  This workshop will teach your dog how to back up away from you. If your dog has never done it before, we will discuss how to get your dog started on this skill. For dogs...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)

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

 * Registration closes February 28 - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time 

WW216: Jan 31 - Building Commitment to Odor with 3D Searching

  We can use 3 Dimensional Elements in our searches to encourage our dogs to go OVER, UNDER, THROUGH, and AROUND as they spatially solve the odor problem. Not only does th...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW217: Jan 31 - Touch It Game & Tricks to Build Confidence & Resilience in Performance Sports

  Change your dog's relationship to pressure! In performance sports dogs are constantly confronted with pressure from the environment, judge and barriers. This is challeng...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW218: Feb 7 - Control Games for Protection Sports

  One of the best ways to work on secondary obedience for protection sports is to do so away from the bite equipment. Developing games and patterns in lower arousal situat...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW219: Feb 14 - Knowledge is Power: Structure for Function

  Evaluating your dog’s structure sounds complicated and often overwhelming. This workshop makes it easy and accessible. In this workshop, we are looking at structure as i...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW220: Feb 14 - Happy Pills

  No, this workshop isn’t about antidepressants. It’s about teaching your dog to swallow pills. Naked pills. This is a core husbandry behavior – one of the components of c...

Kathy Sdao (Guest Instructors)

WW221: Feb 21 - Dog Training for Kids 101

  Do you have a child (or know one) who loves dogs? Is your child always begging to “train” the dog? Would you like to foster a healthy relationship between your child and...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)




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