The following courses are designed to get you and your dog started off on the right foot (feet!) for agility! Check it out!
DOES YOUR DOG HAVE COMMITMENT ISSUES? The secret to staying ahead of your dog on course is NOT being a world class sprinter, but rather, it's having the ability to delegate responsibility to your teammate to allow you more handling freedom! This simple concept one of the main factors keeping good teams from becoming GREAT teams. Check out this course taught by Lori Michaels!
The table is an obstacle that is often overlooked in training, and when we do TRAIN it, we often don't teach it in such a way as to help our dogs really LOVE it as much as all of the other obstacles! This Building Blocks course with Tammy Moody will have your dog performing the table like a champ in no time!
Enrolling Feb 1, 2017 – Taught By Bobbie Lyons, CCFT, FP-MTI, Cert CF. This class will benefit continuing students as well as new students. The workouts will be applying foundation movements and turning them into exercises (no equipment needed) using thing you may have around the house or encounter on your walks. 1 complete workout each week will be presented.
Taught by Lori Michaels. Learn how to apply Linda Mecklenburg's Foundation Recall concept to your own dog! Lori Michaels draws from her experience teaching her own dogs a Foundation Recall, as well as dogs and handlers around the country. What are some of the tweaks and tricks she's learned that can help you teach YOUR dog a solid Foundation Recall, and why bother in the first place? Find out in this two week module!
Taught By Lori Michaels. This building blocks course will help you teach your dog to circle a cone or post. You'll want Linda Mecklenburg's MASTERING JUMPING SKILLS book to go along with this course (well you will want it anyway!). Troubleshoot common problems with Lori in this fun and informative building blocks course!
OFFERED AS SELF GUIDED. SIGN UP ANY TIME. Taught by Bobbie Lyons. This class will drip 7 behaviors every 2 weeks – 4 weeks total for discussion, homework, and video review (additional cost) . In this class you will learn some very basic behaviors needed for K9Fitness exercises. It is important that your dog learns to shift weight and position their body independently before asking for positions on balance equipment.
The curriculum for this course, developed by Linda Mecklenburg, will help you lay the groundwork for successful jumping skills. Open to dogs of any age but designed to get you and your dog started off on the right foot, this course, taught by Daisy Peel and Jennifer Crank, contains invaluable information for your continued agility success!
Taught by Lori Michaels. Teach your dog to remain in one place, so you can lead out like a pro in order to stay ahead of him on course. Get in all the fancy moves and blind crosses you have been training so hard but are never actually able to execute in competitions since you always end up chasing your dog around the ring and resorting to a ton of rear crosses because he won’t freaking stay at the start line!