March Workshops - Registration Opened February 22 

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

WW362: Feb 26- 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 more ...

Denise Fenzi (Faculty)

WW363: Mar 5- 7 Days to Better Focus (REPEAT)

You know that a dog who is focused is a MUCH easier dog to train. You know that time spent working on focus is always a good thing. Even so, there may be roadblocks keeping yo...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW364: Mar 5- Conditioning w/ Cavaletti Poles: Take your canine fitness to the next level (Repeat)

Let's teach your dog the skill of Cavaletti poles from the ground up and take their fitness to the next level! Cavaletti poles are an excellent conditioning exercise that ben...

Ashley Escobar (Guest Instructors)

WW365: Mar 12- Loopy Nose work and pattern games (REPEAT)

So what is looping training? In loopy training, we create a clean loop by returning to the starting point after delivering reinforcement. We tend to think of training in strai...

Melissa Chandler (Faculty)

WW366: Mar 12- Teaching a Fabulous Front with Games

When you think of fronts, how does it make you feel? Are you frustrated trying to achieve quality criteria while maintaining a happy confident dog? Do you think it’s hard to h...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW367: Mar 19- Confident and Connected Ring Entrances

Ring entrances are critical because they set the tone for your run. Ring entrances are incredibly hard because our dogs need to move through an enormous amount of pressure. An...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

April Workshops - Registration Opens March 22 

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

WW368: March 26- Multiple Hides and the Spaces Between (REPEAT)

There is WAY more to working and training with multiple hides than simply setting out a second hide. How you train and handle will have a huge impact on your dog's ability to ...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW369: March 26- Agility Jumping Skills (Repeat)

The #1 question I get asked at every seminar I teach is: "How do I teach my dog to keep bars up?". Well, you can't. A dog isn't in control over keeping a bar up or not. They a...

Megan Foster (Faculty)

WW370: April 2- Dog and Handler Fitness: Spring into Action!

Join fitness duo LIZ JOYCE and ASHLEY ESCOBAR! After being cooped up all winter, it’s time to spring into fitness! Did you know that the core and glute muscles are key muscle...

Ashley Escobar & Liz Joyce (Guest Instructors)

WW371: April 2- 3 Steps Back: Teaching Backing Up in Heel Position (REPEAT)

Does your dog really struggle with the backing up signs in rally? Would you like to clean up those left turns and pivots to make them just a bit more snappy? Having a dog that...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW372: April 9- Heeling Games for Natural Attention, Animation and Reduction of Reinforcers (REPEAT)

Heeling is an amazing dance between engaged partners's not.Heeling can be amazing. But too much emphasis on precision can quickly dull even the most enthusiastic d...

Denise Fenzi (Faculty)

WW373: April 16- WAIT! The New Art and Science of When to GO! (REPEAT)

Is your dog ready to GO but not able to WAIT? This workshop is for you! My approach will help you build Eager Patience. Your dog can learn to wait with calm confidence. We'll ...

Julie Daniels (Faculty)

WW374: April 23- Hold On! Building a Confident and Cheerful Hold (REPEAT)

Hold is the foundation behavior for all retrieves. The majority of mouthing errors including chewing, rolling, and not letting go are really caused by a lack of understanding....

Petra Ford (Faculty)

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