January Workshops - Registration Opens December 22 

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

WW349: Jan 1- Timing is Everything- Games to Improve You and Your Dog's Training Skills

Don’t be the weak link in your training team! Take a little time to up your game and give your dog the best chance at training success. This workshop will lead you through a s...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW350: Jan 8- More of This, Less of That: Tiny Website Changes, Big Marketing Impact

Wondering if there are changes you could make to your website to make it more effective? Know it’s been a while since you’ve updated anything, and want to start the new year o...

Melissa Breau (Faculty)

WW351: Jan 8- Up Your Agility Game - Station Training (REPEAT)

Stationing is one of my favorite tools for agility dogs. With the use of a station, I can increase focus, layer in consent to my training, teach the concept of stillness to ac...

Megan Foster (Faculty)

WW352: Jan 15- Walk On By: Making Intentional Distractors A Piece of Cake (Repeat)

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 and need t...

Julie Symons (Faculty)

WW353: Jan 15- Games and Skills:Target- How to create a confident Go to anything behavior (REPEAT)

Instructor: Ever wonder how trainers get their dogs to race to the platform, fast and all 4 feet, with only a verbal cue? Instead, you are resigned to pointing, stepping towa...

Shade Whitesel (Faculty)

WW354: Jan 22- Dashing Through the Snow: An Introduction to Kicksledding

Are you curious about kicksledding? Do you have a dog who needs a great outlet for pulling or could benefit from structured outdoor exercise? Are you looking for a way to enjo...

Erin Lynes (Faculty)

WW355: Jan 22- Measuring with Consent

I Are you looking at entering your dog’s first agility trial? Or perhaps you’ve just had their first trial and discovered to your dismay that you completely forgot to train for...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)

February Workshops - Registration Opens January 22 

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

WW356: Jan 29- Pivots, Posture, and Platforms OH MY

Does your dog suffer from poor posture? Could they have better "positions" (sit, down, stacking stands) in the ring? Faster take off speed on the start line? Do you have prett...

Ashley Escobar (Guest Presentations )

WW357: Feb 5 - 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)

WW358: Feb 5 - Keep Your Heeling Exciting Fresh and Fun (Repeat)

Heeling is challenging. It’s up to us to make it fun and maintain our dog’s attitude. Too often we work only on the exercise, and it quickly becomes boring and demotivating. D...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW359: Feb 12 - Multi-Dog Mayhem: Learn to Take Turns (Repeat)

Efficiency is the name of the game when you have multiple high energy dogs and limited time. This workshop will help you develop a training plan to teach your dogs to take tur...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW360: Feb 19 - Problem Solving with Tricks and Offering

Is your dog having trouble with an exercise? Is your dog not motivated for or excited about a piece of an exercise? Is your dog just not getting it? Tricks (both cuing a trick...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW361: Feb 19 - Awesome Muzzle Training (REPEAT)

All dogs should be taught to comfortably wear a muzzle. Why? So many reasons! Muzzles can sometimes be necessary, especially if your dog is in pain or injured. There may be sa...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

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