November Workshops - Registration Opened October 22    

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

WW337: Oct 30: Tricks for Pics! (REPEAT)

In this workshop, we'll be teaching our dogs adorable tricks that work well for taking pictures of your dog! Not only that, but we will discuss other training techniques to en...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW338: Oct. 30: Why Did My Dog Do That- Analyzing the Root Cause of Errors

When a dog makes an error, we are often not sure what caused it. Especially when it happens in the ring. Sometimes we think we know. But our attempts to fix the problem are un...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW339: Nov 6: Snappy Position Changes (REPEAT)

Let’s dive into teaching all 6 possible position changes of sit, down, and stand, using front foot and rear foot targets. This workshop will teach you how to train the positio...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)

WW340: Nov 6: Controlled and Powerful Send and Go's

You know that drool-worthy handler send & go? The movement is crisp and tight, and they are off to the next obstacle without missing a beat! When I watch humans do agilit...

Liz Joyce (Guest Presentations )

WW341: Nov 13: Getting Dizzy? Spins and Turns in Master Rally

The Master rally classes are SO fun, but teaching all those spins and turns can be a bit intimidating! Not anymore! Join me as I break down each of these turns and make them e...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW342: Nov 13: Happy Holds (REPEAT)

Teaching your dog to calmly hold an object can be difficult! This duration behavior is often the nemesis of many dog trainers and is necessary for the competition obedience re...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW343: Nov 20: Fronts Deconstructed

In this workshop we are going to take a deep dive into fronts. We will explore how to break fronts down to increase our dogs understanding. We will look at how to teach fronts...

Petra Ford (Faculty)


December Workshops - Registration Opens November 22 

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

WW344: Nov 27- Loopy Listening: Eliminate shutting down or over-arousal problems without more training (REPEAT)

Are you struggling with over-arousal problems in training? With a dog who barks, spins, bits, does victory laps, or gets goofy? Or maybe you have a dog who slows down, shuts ...

Helene Lawler (Faculty)

WW345: Dec 4- Fronts With Retrieve Objects Deconstructed

Fronts are complicated enough. Adding a retrieve object, distance, speed and angles results in an increased number of errors. If we don’t handle fronts correctly, our dogs can...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW346: Dec 4- Chin Up- Teaching a Strong Solid Chin Rest Behavior (REPEAT)

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 skill...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW347: Dec 11- Playing Favorites: Expanding Toy Preferences

Do you have a dog that loves their favorite toy but ignores other toys? A disc dog that prefers the blue frisbee over the yellow ones? Or covets the slimy, worn, old tug even ...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW348: Dec 18- Building Nosework Skills: The Inaccessible Hide Due to Elevation (REPEAT)

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 focus...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

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