May Workshops - Registration Opens  April 22 @ 9am Pacific Time

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

WW301: May 1- Conditioning with Cavaletti Poles: Take your canine fitness to the next level

Cavaletti Poles are a great way to improve your dogs strength, flexibility, balance and proprioception (limb awareness). Cavaletti Poles are a versatile fitness exercise in wh...

Ashley Escobar (Guest Presentations )

WW302: May 1- Puppy Adventures (REPEAT)

As puppies grow they are going to come across many unfamiliar obstacles in their everyday life and this workshop will help prepare your puppy for the unknown so that they can ...

Barbara Lloyd (Guest Instructors)

WW303: May 8- Go! Sending to Jumps and Cones

The send exercises can be challenging to teach because the dog is required to move away from you. In this workshop, we’ll break down the steps to teach various types of send e...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW304: May 15- Positive Proofing for Obedience

For many trainers “proofing” means setting the dog up to make a mistake and letting them know their wrong. This creates a dog that’s nervous about making mistakes and adds pre...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW305: May 15- Cookie Jar Games - A Delayed Reward System your Dog will LOVE!

Cookie Jar Games is a different way for your dog to think about their reinforcement. Your dog will learn easily and without coercion that They may choose immediate or delay...

Julie Daniels (Faculty)

WW306: May 22- One of a Kind Hides: Can dogs really remember which hides they have found?

A common training challenge is teaching your dog to not re-indicate on a previously found hide. Can dogs actually remember what they have found? Yes! However, dogs will vary i...

Julie Symons (Faculty)

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

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

WW307: May 29- Treadmill Tactics (REPEAT)

Curious about what's so special about dog treadmills? Not sure how to get your dog started on a treadmill? This workshop is for you! We will cover dog treadmills versus human...

Leslie Eide, DVM (Guest Instructors)

WW308: June 5- The Magic of Marking

Marking is how we communicate with our dogs. Humans tend to use to many words, interchange their words and use them inconsistently. We ask a lot of our dogs, we owe it to them...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW309: June 5- Tight Spaces and Effective Searches

Did you know that the objects around your dog exert pressure on them when they are searching? And that your location can add to that? If you want your dog to be able to source...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW310: June 12- Happy Pills (REPEAT)

No, this webinar 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 cooperat...

Kathy Sdao (Guest Instructors)

WW311: June 19- Remarkable Resilience: Handling Challenges with Ease

ALL performance dogs need resilience. Even with the best training plan dogs will encounter some level of confusion, frustration, and error. No matter how you slice it, trialin...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW312: June 26- Duration? Easy Peasy! (REPEAT)

Instructor:  Do you struggle to get your dog to hold a sit or a down? Does she dance like a monkey during stand-for-exam? Do the four-paw-shuffle at the start line? Leap ...

Helene Lawler (Faculty)


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