Courses 

Blind Crosses Level I

Interested in adding blind crosses to your handling toolbox but not sure where to start? This course is for you! You'll learn the foundation skills you and your dog will need to successfully execute blind crosses as a team.

From foundation to application on course, learn how to appropriately incorporate blind crosses in to your skill set. As with all things, balance is key.

You'll need access to a 50×50 practice area at a minimum, as well as jumps and at least one tunnel for this course.

In each lesson, you'll get access to:

  • Video Tutorials
  • Written materials to print out and take to your training field
  • Access to discussion for the course - view the work of other students and the feedback they received
  • Feedback on lessons and suggestions for improvement

 

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go. Your notes can be public (viewable by other students) or private (viewable only to you).  The course content will only be available for a short while after the course ends, so make sure you take notes!

Foundation Flatwork For Agility - Level I

Welcome to Foundation Flatwork for Agility - Level 1!

All of the modules and units for the course are listed below. You'll need to progress through the course sequentially, completing each unit and module in order.

If you're a participant, you'll have a total of six weeks from the start date of the course to receive feedback. Participants and spectators alike will have a total of twelve weeks to view the material in the course, and then the course will be closed so that it can start over again!

You'll need a copy of Linda Mecklenburg's Mastering Jumping Skills  for this course - either the book or the e-bookYou can get either format at CleanRun.com by clicking the links. The book is heavily referenced throughout both Level I and Level II - so don't delay in getting a hold of it - you won't regret it - it's an amazing, information filled book! Most people have trouble making heads and tails out of all the information, and that's where this class, and my guidance comes in handy!

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go. Your notes can be public (viewable by other students) or private (viewable only to you).  The course content will only be available for a short while after the course ends, so make sure you take notes!

Unit 1 will be available AUGUST 1ST

Foundation Flatwork For Agility - Level II

Welcome to Foundation Flatwork for Agility - Level 2!

All of the modules and units for the course are listed below. You'll need to progress through the course sequentially, completing each unit and module in order.

If you're a participant, you'll have a total of six weeks from the start date of the course to receive feedback. Participants and spectators alike will have a total of twelve weeks to view the material in the course, and then the course will be closed so that it can start over again!

You'll need a copy of Linda Mecklenburg's Mastering Jumping Skills  for this course - either the book or the e-bookYou can get either format at CleanRun.com by clicking the links. The book is heavily referenced throughout both Level I and Level II - so don't delay in getting a hold of it - you won't regret it - it's an amazing, information filled book! Most people have trouble making heads and tails out of all the information, and that's where this class, and my guidance comes in handy!

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go. Your notes can be public (viewable by other students) or private (viewable only to you).  The course content will only be available for a short while after the course ends, so make sure you take notes!

Awesome Paws Skills Drills

Linda and Daisy on the podium together in Chile - Americas Y Caribe

This course is designed to help you and your canine partner work through many of the most commonly seen cue combinations on agility courses today. Using Linda Mecklenburg’s “Skills Drills” sequences, originally seen in Clean Run Magazine, as well as new sequences designed by Daisy, you'll be challenged to perform a variety of cue combinations, which will provide you with a skills checklist.

For each drill, you will be directed to perform a specific skill or combination of skills. The skills required are very basic at first, but quickly progress to an advanced level. You'll be encouraged to think outside the box!

Work through all of the skills to be sure that you have each in your bag of tricks. As you do so, you'll be asked to think about your cue combinations and how they compare from skill to skill. The material in this course will provide suggestions for cue combinations that might be used as a guideline for each skill, but after this class, you'll be more than prepared to come up with some of your own.

STARTS SEPTEMBER 5TH

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go. Your notes can be public (viewable by other students) or private (viewable only to you).  The course content will only be available for a short while after the course ends, so make sure you take notes!

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Performance Puppy ABCs

Hello, and welcome to

This course will help you get your performance puppy started off on the right foot (feet?), from the moment you first bring your puppy home, til the time you're ready to move on to more performance specific training!

Watch Your Dog

For several years now, I’ve been instructing others on how to better handle their dogs around an agility course, and for as long as I’ve been instructing, I’ve been telling students to “watch your dog”. When I first started learning agility myself, I was told to watch my dog. And, although I’ve been very good about helping people perfect their technical skills by telling them to adjust how they move their bodies one way or another, or how they time a reinforcement given for a behavior they’re trying to train, until recently, I haven’t done my best to help people learn to better watch their dogs.

Keeping visual contact with your dog is perhaps even more important than perfecting how you do a front cross, rear cross, lateral send, or any other cue combination.  After all, if you don’t have your eyes on your dog, how will you know when to cue them? Your role in the team as the handler, or director, is to direct your dog around the course, timing your cues so that the dog sees and hears them when he needs to…and you won’t know when he needs to receive those cues unless you are watching. Keeping your eye on your dog at all times means that you will be better able to be proactive about adjusting your handling to keep small deviations in how the course is being run from turning in to large problems that result in errors on the course.

Take a look at the image of me running my dog. I can clearly remember seeing my dog while on course at this moment, and yet, when I saw this image, it looks like I’m not looking at my dog at ALL. Seeing this photo was what got me thinking about what watching your dog really means, and about how you can improve your technical ability to watch your dog.

In this course, I’m going to discuss some of the areas in which you can improve your ability to keep your eyes on your dog, without sacrificing your ability to see the obstacles as you navigate through an agility course. You'll learn about different types of visual acuity, visual motor skills, visual perception skills, as well as some other skills. You'll also learn about different types of exercises that you can perform to improve your ability to watch your dog

All About Landing Side Approaches

ALL ABOUT LANDING SIDE APPROACHES is a self-study course that will help you master the challenge of approaching tunnels and jumps from the landing side, rather than from the usual takeoff side. You’ll never look at tunnel discriminations, threadles or backsides the same way again!

Rear Crosses 101

Welcome to Rear Crosses 101!

You'll need access to a 50×50 practice area at a minimum, as well

Learn about rear crosses from the ground up!

as jumps and at least one tunnel for this self-paced course. You'll have six months of access to this course, so make sure that you take notes and get all the information prior to that six month mark!

In each lesson you'll get access to:

  • Video Tutorials
  • Comment and discussion with others taking the course
  • Feedback on lessons if you're a participant
  • Suggestions for improvement

Course Details

This class is a self-paced class, and you'll have six months to complete this course. By the end of the course, you and your dog should have a better understanding of rear crosses:

  • How to teach your dog to drive ahead so you can do a rear cross
  • The different types of rear crosses
  • Where you might do different types of rear crosses on a course
  • Why you might want to do rear crosses even if you ARE fast enough to stay ahead of your dog!

textdocument In addition to video tutorials showing you how each exercise or skill might be executed, you'll receive access to CRCD course maps, images, and descriptions of each lesson. If you're taking the class as a participant, you'll be asked to film yourself doing these exercises with your dog, and submit your videos (uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, or another video service) to the comment section on each lesson page, where you'll receive feedback. If you're taking this class as a spectator, you can view the videos of others, and the feedback they've received, as well as ask questions - just no feedback on your own videos, unless you decide to upgrade to a participant (email me if that's the case!).

Teaching Left And Right

Hi there and welcome!

We are about to embark on a journey in teaching your dog a concept that even some humans struggle with - left and right. As this is a difficult concept for your dog to understand, be prepared to invest some training time and don't expect results too quickly. However, once your dog understands when to turn left or right on jumps, it is an invaluable skill on the agility course.

Many of the exercises can be done with young dogs or even puppies. as it takes some time to master the discrimination between left and right, it is one of the first things I teach my puppy. However, all exercises that involve turning at high speed shouldn't be done before your dog is fully grown and his body is ready to cope with this type of activity.

If at any point you notice that your dog consistently does not want to turn one way but the other, please consult with a physio vet or massage therapist before continuing the training. Maybe there is a physical reason for your dog's discomfort.

This course is about teaching your dog to turn left and right on a jump. I don't use my left and right on tunnels or contacts, but strictly reserve them for any jumps (double, wall or tire included). The reason for this is that I want to be able to send my dog to the jump and expect him to turn the way indicated. So my cue essentially means "go to the next jump and turn left/right". If I started using my cues for turns on other obstacles or on the flat, I would lose the ability to send my dog to a jump over time.

Lastly, a quick word on verbal cues. Personally, I use "Li" (pronounced "lee") for turning left and "Twiz" for turning right. Of course you can use any cue you like, but please make sure that the cues you chose are different enough from each other and any other verbal cues you already use.

Be sure to take a moment to introduce yourself in the comment section below. If you have any questions, you can use the comment section in each unit to ask them.

A note on sharing videos: Please make sure your videos are cut to about 1 minute length. You are welcome to post as many videos as you like. Especially in the beginning this will be useful to avoid any mistakes. I recommend the app Movavi for editing your videos, it is fast and easy. You can upload videos to Vimeo or Youtube and share the link in the comments. Please make sure your video is set to "unlisted", so that it does not appear publicly.

Enjoy your training!

Anna

Rear Crosses 101 (SELF GUIDED)

Welcome to Rear Crosses 101!

You'll need access to a 50×50 practice area at a minimum, as well

Learn about rear crosses from the ground up!

as jumps and at least one tunnel for this self-paced course. You'll have six months of access to this course, so make sure that you take notes and get all the information prior to that six month mark!

In each lesson you'll get access to:

  • Video Tutorials
  • Comment and discussion with others taking the course
  • Feedback on lessons if you're a participant
  • Suggestions for improvement

Course Details

This class is a self-paced class, without feedback, and you'll have six months to complete this course. By the end of the course, you and your dog should have a better understanding of rear crosses:

  • How to teach your dog to drive ahead so you can do a rear cross
  • The different types of rear crosses
  • Where you might do different types of rear crosses on a course
  • Why you might want to do rear crosses even if you ARE fast enough to stay ahead of your dog!

textdocument In addition to video tutorials showing you how each exercise or skill might be executed, you'll receive access to CRCD course maps, images, and descriptions of each lesson. If you're taking the class as a participant, you'll be asked to film yourself doing these exercises with your dog, and submit your videos (uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, or another video service) to the comment section on each lesson page, where you'll receive feedback. If you're taking this class as a spectator, you can view the videos of others, and the feedback they've received, as well as ask questions - just no feedback on your own videos, unless you decide to upgrade to a participant (email me if that's the case!).

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Links und Rechts

Willkommen zum Links- und Rechtskurs! 

Bist du bereit mit deinem Hund gemeinsam an Richtungskommandos zu arbeiten? Selbst einige Menschen haben Probleme mit dem Konzept links und rechts. Es ist daher wichtig, dass du dir im klaren bist, wie schwierig dieses Thema für deinen Hund ist. Um sichere Richtungskommandos aufzubauen braucht es Zeit und Fleiß. Die besten Ergebnisse kannst du erzielen wenn du konstant am Ball bleibst. Es wartet einiges an Arbeit auf dich, darum gehen wir in der Ausbildung sehr kleinschrittig vor. Versteht dein Hund die Richtungskommandos erstmal, so stellen sie eine Hilfe dar, die du im Parcours nicht mehr missen möchtest.

Viele der gezeigten Übungen kannst du auch mit Junghunden trainieren. Da die Unterscheidung zwischen links und rechts einige Zeit braucht, ist dies eines der ersten Dinge die ein Hund in seiner Ausbildung lernt. Alle Übungen die mit Geschwindigkeit zu tun haben sollten allerdings warten, bis dein Hund körperlich dafür bereit ist.

Wenn du in einer Übung feststellst, dass dein Hund absolut nicht in eine bestimmte Richtung drehen möchte, empfiehlt es sich ihn von einem Physiotherapeuten untersuchen zu lassen, bevor du weiter trainierst. Denn eine Blockade kann schon Grund genug für deinen Hund sein eine bestimmte Bewegung zu meiden.

In diesem Kurs geht es um Richtungskommandos am Sprung. Ich benutze meine Richtungskommandos ausschließlich für Sprunghindernisse, und nicht an anderen Geräten. Der Grund ist, dass ich die Kommandos sehr früh geben können möchte, und mich darauf verlassen können möchte, dass mein Hund den nächsten Sprung in die entsprechende Richtung nimmt, anstatt andere Geräte mit in Anbetracht zu ziehen. Mein Kommando soll für den Hund also bedeuten: "laufe zur nächsten Hürde und springe sie nach links/rechts". Würde ich meine Kommandos für andere Geräte nutzen, so würde mein Hund nach einiger Zeit nicht mehr zielstrebig den nächsten Sprung ansteuern.

Zum Schluss noch eine Notiz zu den Kommandos. Ich verwende die Worte "Li" für links und "Twiz" für rechts. Natürlich könnt ihr euch eigene Kommandos überlegen. Stellt dabei sicher, dass sie sich für den Hund deutlich voneinander unterscheiden, und auch nicht zu ähnlich sind mit anderen, bereits vorhandenen Kommandos.

Nimm dir gerne einen Moment Zeit um dich und deinen Hund unten in den Kommentaren kurz vorzustellen. Wenn du Fragen hast, kannst du die Kommentarfunktion in jeder entsprechenden Einheit nutzen um diese zu stellen. Für aktive Teilnehmer ist das auch der Ort um Videos zu teilen.

Bitte achtet bei den Videos darauf, dass sie auf etwa 1 Minute geschnitten sind. Ihr dürft so viele Videos einstellen wie ihr möchtet. Gerade am Anfang ist dies nützlich, um Fehler früh zu erkennen. Zur Bearbeitung von Videos kann ich euch die App Movavi empfehlen. Hochladen könnt ihr die Video bei allen gängigen Anbietern wie Vimeo oder Youtube. Achtet aber bitte darauf die Video als "ungelistet" einzustellen, so dass sie nicht öffentlich angezeigt werden. Den Link könnt ihr dann unten in den Kommentaren posten.

Ihr dürft euch gerne schon umschauen. Offizieller Kursstart ist am 12. März.

Viel Spaß beim Training!

Awesome Paws Skills Drills - SELF GUIDED

Linda and Daisy on the podium together in Chile - Americas Y Caribe

This course is designed to help you and your canine partner work through many of the most commonly seen cue combinations on agility courses today. Using Linda Mecklenburg’s “Skills Drills” sequences, originally seen in Clean Run Magazine, as well as new sequences designed by Daisy, you'll be challenged to perform a variety of cue combinations, which will provide you with a skills checklist.

For each drill, you will be directed to perform a specific skill or combination of skills. The skills required are very basic at first, but quickly progress to an advanced level. You'll be encouraged to think outside the box!

Work through all of the skills to be sure that you have each in your bag of tricks. As you do so, you'll be asked to think about your cue combinations and how they compare from skill to skill. The material in this course will provide suggestions for cue combinations that might be used as a guideline for each skill, but after this class, you'll be more than prepared to come up with some of your own.

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go. Your notes can be public (viewable by other students) or private (viewable only to you).  The course content will be available for 6 months, so make sure you take notes!

Teaching Left And Right - SELF GUIDED

Hi there and welcome!

We are about to embark on a journey in teaching your dog a concept that even some humans struggle with - left and right. As this is a difficult concept for your dog to understand, be prepared to invest some training time and don't expect results too quickly. However, once your dog understands when to turn left or right on jumps, it is an invaluable skill on the agility course.

Many of the exercises can be done with young dogs or even puppies. as it takes some time to master the discrimination between left and right, it is one of the first things I teach my puppy. However, all exercises that involve turning at high speed shouldn't be done before your dog is fully grown and his body is ready to cope with this type of activity.

If at any point you notice that your dog consistently does not want to turn one way but the other, please consult with a physio vet or massage therapist before continuing the training. Maybe there is a physical reason for your dog's discomfort.

This course is about teaching your dog to turn left and right on a jump. I don't use my left and right on tunnels or contacts, but strictly reserve them for any jumps (double, wall or tire included). The reason for this is that I want to be able to send my dog to the jump and expect him to turn the way indicated. So my cue essentially means "go to the next jump and turn left/right". If I started using my cues for turns on other obstacles or on the flat, I would lose the ability to send my dog to a jump over time. For turning off a contact, I use a different set of verbal cues for left and right. For turns on the flat, I use a general "turn away from me" cue, which I also use for weave poles and tunnels, if I ever need the dog to turn away. However, this course is focused on committing to a jump and turning in the direction indicated.

Lastly, a quick word on verbal cues. Personally, I use "Li" (pronounced "lee") for turning left and "Twiz" for turning right. Of course you can use any cue you like, but please make sure that the cues you chose are different enough from each other and any other verbal cues you already use.

Enjoy your training!

Anna

Links und Rechts - AUTONOMES LERNEN

Willkommen zum Links- und Rechtskurs!

Bist du bereit mit deinem Hund gemeinsam an Richtungskommandos zu arbeiten? Selbst einige Menschen haben Probleme mit dem Konzept links und rechts. Es ist daher wichtig, dass du dir im klaren bist, wie schwierig dieses Thema für deinen Hund ist. Um sichere Richtungskommandos aufzubauen braucht es Zeit und Fleiß. Die besten Ergebnisse kannst du erzielen wenn du konstant am Ball bleibst. Es wartet einiges an Arbeit auf dich, darum gehen wir in der Ausbildung sehr kleinschrittig vor. Versteht dein Hund die Richtungskommandos erstmal, so stellen sie eine Hilfe dar, die du im Parcours nicht mehr missen möchtest.

Viele der gezeigten Übungen kannst du auch mit Junghunden trainieren. Da die Unterscheidung zwischen links und rechts einige Zeit braucht, ist dies eines der ersten Dinge die ein Hund in seiner Ausbildung lernt. Alle Übungen die mit Geschwindigkeit zu tun haben sollten allerdings warten, bis dein Hund körperlich dafür bereit ist.

Wenn du in einer Übung feststellst, dass dein Hund absolut nicht in eine bestimmte Richtung drehen möchte, empfiehlt es sich ihn von einem Physiotherapeuten untersuchen zu lassen, bevor du weiter trainierst. Denn eine Blockade kann schon Grund genug für deinen Hund sein eine bestimmte Bewegung zu meiden.

In diesem Kurs geht es um Richtungskommandos am Sprung. Ich benutze meine Richtungskommandos ausschließlich für Sprunghindernisse, und nicht an anderen Geräten. Der Grund ist, dass ich die Kommandos sehr früh geben können möchte, und mich darauf verlassen können möchte, dass mein Hund den nächsten Sprung in die entsprechende Richtung nimmt, anstatt andere Geräte mit in Anbetracht zu ziehen. Mein Kommando soll für den Hund also bedeuten: "laufe zur nächsten Hürde und springe sie nach links/rechts". Würde ich meine Kommandos für andere Geräte nutzen, so würde mein Hund nach einiger Zeit nicht mehr zielstrebig den nächsten Sprung ansteuern.

Zum Schluss noch eine Notiz zu den Kommandos. Ich verwende die Worte "Li" für links und "Twiz" für rechts. Natürlich könnt ihr euch eigene Kommandos überlegen. Stellt dabei sicher, dass sie sich für den Hund deutlich voneinander unterscheiden, und auch nicht zu ähnlich sind mit anderen, bereits vorhandenen Kommandos.

Nimm dir gerne einen Moment Zeit um dich und deinen Hund unten in den Kommentaren kurz vorzustellen. Wenn du Fragen hast, kannst du die Kommentarfunktion in jeder entsprechenden Einheit nutzen um diese zu stellen. Für aktive Teilnehmer ist das auch der Ort um Video zu teilen.

Viel Spaß beim Training!

In For The Win - All About Landing Side Approaches - SELF GUIDED

IN FOR THE WIN - ALL ABOUT LANDING SIDE APPROACHES is a self-study course that will help you master the challenge of approaching tunnels and jumps from the landing side, rather than from the usual takeoff side. You’ll never look at tunnel discriminations, threadles or backsides the same way again!

Foundation Flatwork For Agility - Level I (Self Guided)

Welcome to Foundation Flatwork for Agility - Level 1!

All of the modules and units for the course are listed below. You'll need to progress through the course sequentially, completing each unit and module in order.

As a Self-Guided student, you'll have 6 months access to this material, so make sure that you continue making steady progress, as many of the exercises take some time to master!

You'll need a copy of Linda Mecklenburg's Mastering Jumping Skills  for this course - either the book or the e-bookYou can get either format at CleanRun.com by clicking the links. The book is heavily referenced throughout both Foundation Flatwork Level I and Level II - so don't delay in getting a hold of it - you won't regret it - it's an amazing, information filled book! Most people have trouble making heads and tails out of all the information, and that's where this class, and my guidance comes in handy!

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go.

Leave a Review!

If you are finished with this course and benefited from it, please consider leaving a review!

Foundation Flatwork For Agility - Level II (Self Guided)

Welcome to Foundation Flatwork for Agility - Level 2!

All of the modules and units for the course are listed below. You'll need to progress through the course sequentially, completing each unit and module in order.

As a Self-Guided student, you'll have 6 months access to this material, so make sure that you continue making steady progress, as many of the exercises take some time to master!

You'll need a copy of Linda Mecklenburg's Mastering Jumping Skills  for this course - either the book or the e-bookYou can get either format at CleanRun.com by clicking the links. The book is heavily referenced throughout both Level I and Level II - so don't delay in getting a hold of it - you won't regret it - it's an amazing, information filled book! Most people have trouble making heads and tails out of all the information, and that's where this class, and my guidance comes in handy!

Take notes! Use the notes function to take notes as you go, so that you can keep a record of what you learned, and what you needed help with, etc. - you'll be able to print these notes to have on hand after the class is over! You can click on the notes icon on any unit page to take and save notes as you go.

It Matters How You Slice It

It Matters How You Slice It

Winning Warm Ups

Winning Warm Ups for the HUMAN part of the team! Why, What, When, Where, and HOW to do it right, every time!

Winning Warm Ups for the HUMAN part of the team!
Why, What, When, Where, and HOW to do it right, every time!

Every single agility run CAN be better with the proper warm up! Regardless of handler height or age, exercise or handling experience, medical or injury history, an effective warm up will help reduce YOUR risk of injury, and soreness, AND improve your performance during each run.

WHY take this course? Perhaps you do a few stretches before running now. Are they the best choices?

What if you knew that with just several minutes prior to agility runs (whether at seminars, trials, or during weekly practices) you and your dog could be a more mentally and physically cohesive team right off the start line? What if in those several minutes you and your dog could reduce risk of injury and even prevent soreness after running? This course will cover the details of a comprehensive warm up for the HUMAN part of the team (although your dog can be included!).

How Long Is This Course?

In this comprehensive 4 week course Kimberly will show you a PROVEN effective 4 phase warm up. She will go over what type of warming up can enhance performance, reduce risk of injury and reduce tissue soreness. Together with Kimberly, go over the whys, hows and when to warm up whether at a weekend event or training for 15 minutes in your own backyard!

Will I Get Feedback?

YES! You’ll get access to a discussion forum where you can talk to Kimberly about your homework. You’ll get to ask questions, and, for an additional fee, you can get VIDEO feedback of your warm up routine.

Will I have to submit Video?

Maybe. For this class, EVERYBODY is a participant. Video submission is optional, and sometimes Kimberly may ask for people to post short clips as demonstrations of common problems. Focus on developing and USING a great warm up routine with Kimberly’s help, rather than on getting video of your homework!

When can I start?

Class is currently in session and will start again later this year!

How much is this course?

Four weeks of lessons, feedback, and Q & A sessions with Kimberly Chase, all for just $89!

 

Snooker 101

Snooker 101 by Lori Michaels

Performance Puppy ABCs (Self Guided)

Hello, and welcome to

This course will help you get your performance puppy started off on the right foot (feet?), from the moment you first bring your puppy home, til the time you're ready to move on to more performance specific training!

Tunnel Fun

Taught By Anna Hinze

Module 1 Pre Course Homework

This module shows you some homework you can do before the course starts.

Unit 1 Course Preview
Unit 2 Voluntary Restrain
Unit 3 Race to Reward
Unit 4 Restrain to Reward
Unit 5 Send to Reward
Module 2 Tunnel

This module is about your tunnel cue.

Unit 1 Introduction to Tunnel
Unit 2 Race through Tunnel
Unit 3 Restrain to Tunnel
Unit 4 Send to Tunnel
Unit 5 Add Distance
Unit 6 Curve It
Unit 7 Find the Entry
Unit 8 Rear Cross on Tunnel
Unit 9 Sequencing Tunnels
Module 3 Tunnel Turn - Zu

This module teaches you all about tight turns out of tunnels.

Unit 1 First Turns
Unit 2 Race to Turn
Unit 3 Fade the Reward
Unit 4 Tunnel Turns in Sequence