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September Workshops
Registration Opened August 22 

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

WW191: August 30 - Pick it Up & Put it Here! Teaching Your Dog to Pick Up and Deliver All Sorts of Objects

  Many dogs naturally carry objects in their mouths. They pick up and play with toys, snatch available unattended food, and “steal” all sorts of objects they find. Many pe...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW192: Sept. 6 - Intro to Parkour and Beyond

  Parkour is also called urban agility as you use what you find in the environment for  climbing, jumping, balancing, running, leaping and confidence building. Parkou...

Melissa Chandler (Faculty)

WW193: Sept. 13 - Teaching a Fun and Flashy Drop on Recall!

  During this workshop we will break down each step in teaching a confident fun drop on recall for the Open obedience ring. We will start with teaching the dogs to down fr...

Nicole Wiebusch (Faculty)

WW194: Sept. 20 - Transforming Triggers into Cues

  On a recent walk, my dog Smudge was startled by a bicycle that appeared suddenly from behind us, only a few feet away. Smudge barked and lunged as the bicyclist sped pas...

Kathy Sdao (Guest Presentations )

WW195: Sept. 27 - Backchaining Heeling

  How do we backchain when the heeling pattern is always different? Why would be even want to backchain heeling? With this method you can effectively and efficiently creat...

Petra Ford (Faculty)

WW196: Sept. 27 - Building Nosework Skills: The Inaccessible Hide Due to Elevation

  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...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

October Workshops
Registration Opens September 22 at 9:00am Pacific Time 

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

WW197: Oct. 4 - Multi-Dog Mayhem: Learn to take turns (Repeat)

  Do you have a lot of dogs? Do you want to be able to have your dogs calmly wait their turn while you work another? What about creating an efficient game of multiple-dog ...

Sara Brueske (Faculty)

WW198: Oct. 4 - Ring Entrances – Train Your Dog to Happily Leave Rewards Outside the Agility or Obedience Ring

  Going into the ring without any food or toys is something that is not trained until the day of the trial for most agility and obedience/rally dogs. Teach your dog to wor...

Nancy Gagliardi Little (Faculty)

WW199: Oct. 11 - 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...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW200: Oct. 18 - 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 p...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)

WW201: Oct. 25 - Fabulous Fronts! How to get them and keep them! (REPEAT)

  Have you been trying to get that fabulous front forever? A sitting “front” for obedience and a standing “center” for freestyle are deceivingly difficult to build and mai...

Julie Flanery (Faculty)

WW202: Oct. 25 - Finding Success with Handler Scent Discrimination

  Your dog loves you so will love to find your scent! In this workshop you will learn how to tap into your dog’s hunt drive! The key is getting them to use their nose whic...

Julie Symons (Faculty)


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