More Great Training Courses
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. 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!
ENROLL March 17, 2017 – Taught by bobbie Lyons. This is a 9 week class that is packed full of information, instructional videos and will closely resemble the chapter Bobbie Lyons wrote for Linda Mecklenburg's new book. It will also have NEW exercises not seen in the written book!
Taught by Julie Delarue. Teach your dog to weave poles two by two in this class. No need to take up valuable time in classes working on weave poles, when you can get help in your back yard. Focus on the weave poles for a few weeks, work through the steps, and have your dog weaving in less than a month.
Does snooker leave you feeling confused? Overwhelmed? Looking for a place to find out not only how to learn the strategy of the game, but also the handling skills you and your dog will need to excel? This is THE class you need to walk in to your next snooker briefing and walkthrough with the confidence that you have the knowledge and skills necessary to play the game! People will be asking you how to play the game after taking this class!
Even though I can often beat my dog to places on course, there are a lot of times when it really makes sense to do a good old-fashioned REAR cross. Yes, front crosses and blind crosses seem more fashionable at times, but, even so, knowing how to do rear crosses will help you be a truly well rounded handler, even if your preference is to be ahead of your dog on course when possible.