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Fast fun lines to get the dogs moving! Handling options at speed. Dogs do not need to be running full height. Jumps and tunnels will be used, Weave poles optional.
refunds given only if filled from wait list.
|Event Date||10-25-2020 4:30 pm|
|Event End Date||10-25-2020 7:00 pm|
Does your agility dog have issues at the start line? Do you have a youngster that's getting ready to trial and the start line is becoming challenging to maintain? Does your dog have perfect stays in class or in training, and becomes a highly aroused crazed partner that moves forward or self-releases at the trials or in class? Do you have a youngster that is different than your previous dogs and you need some help ensuring that the start line continues to be maintained? Do you want to learn how to maintain your dog's start line stay throughout your dog's lifetime of competing? Find out how to keep that communication alive.
Nancy works with many students locally, around the country, and world-wide with her successful method of teaching start line training. Her popular online class, _Building and Maintaining a Start Line Stay for the Agility Dog_ through Fenzi Dog Sports Academy has helped hundreds of dogs and handlers establish a better communication so that behavior is maintained.
In this seminar, Nancy will look at you and your dog's start line routine and give you suggestions for improvement. Nancy has a great eye for detail and can help you understand why you and your dog are having issues. Nancy feels it's important to find a unique solution for individual teams - not all dogs and handlers are the same. Nancy believes the dog can answer most of the questions. So the dog will get asked for input. There will be lots of handling changes recommended and possibly some dog training as well. Nancy will talk about the pitfalls, issues, and handling that can cause dogs to have issues at the start line.
This seminar is for dogs that are competing or preparing to compete in agility trials.
What to bring:
Please have a place for your dog to rest between sessions. Either in a crate in the building or in your vehicle outside.
- Medium value food (for all dogs)
- Tug toys or toys (for dogs that prefer toys over food)
- Food toys (treat hugger, lotus ball, or any other item that holds food and can be thrown). This will be used for dogs that:
- get overly excited about toys
- have issues bring toys back or giving the toy back between reps
- prefer food over toys
If the event is full, to be put on the WAITLIST please select the Register button and fill out the Waltlist form!
|Event Date||11-26-2020 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||11-26-2020 3:30 pm|