Below is a collection of podcasts Daisy has put together over the years. Enjoy!
Thoughts on importing a dog from a rabies free country in Europe, now that I’ve done it twice!
Thoughts on how to maximize your agility camp experience!
Given my own recent experiences with Solar’s injury, I think it’s important to think about just WHERE we’re at the highest risk for injury in agility, and what can be done to help reduce that risk! Listen on…
There are 4 key elements to getting great feedback on videos you submit to your long distance instructor. Do you know what they are? Listen on to find out!
A while back, I had somebody submit this question to be answered as a podcast: Well…here are some of my thoughts!
This week, I’m interviewing Marcy Mantell, who came up to visit for the 2014 Rose City AKC show, where she won High Combined with her young sheltie, Stripe. Marcy talks about how she got started in agility, some unexpected difficulties she’s had along the way with her sheltie Wave, and what it’s like to win a World Championship. Enjoy!
In this podcast, I talk a little about the idea of “mileage”. Every step you and your dog take together on an agility course shapes your future steps on future courses! Have a listen, and subscribe through iTunes!
In this episode, I talk about the different levels of participation in online learning environments, and why participation in an online classroom might NOT be right for you!
In the first of this two part series, we explored the topic of what “Watch Your Dog” really means. Check it out if you haven’t already heard it. In this podcast, we’re going to look at a few exercises that you can do to improve your ability to watch your dog!
This week, I’m posting part one of a two part podcast that was originally created for the Functional Fitness class that is taught in the Online Classroom. Kristin Rosenbach, who is a Certified Athletic Trainer, is the main instructor, but I of course contribute to the class, AND benefit from it (I’m a little sore right now from one of her agility-specific workouts!).
Today I wanted to take a moment to talk about equipment safety….
This podcast isn’t one of mine, but one that I was a guest on, and it is of course about Mental Management® and agility. Bad Dog Agility has regular podcasts, and I was honored to be a guest on this one! 🙂
Goals are by nature things we’ve set for ourselves that are currently out of reach – and that is something that all goalsetters have in common, regardless of their level of attainment.
Of course, there are a lot of factors that go in to what we pay for a working or auditing spot in a seminar; how much the seminar presenter is charging, how much it costs to get them to the seminar site, the rental fees for the arena or building where the seminar is being held. Those are just the basics. Then there are other costs; assuming that the organizer has done a lot of legwork to put the whole thing together, it’s reasonable that they should not have to pay $$ for the seminar themselves, as they’ve already paid in other ways. Listen to this podcast for more…
Here’s another podcast prompted by a question sent to me through the contact page on my website. Do you have a question you’d like to see answered in the form of a podcast? You can contact me and if you check “Podcast Q&A”, who knows, maybe your question will be the next one answered via […]
As usual, a student email has prompted me to create another podcast. This one is on the use of verbal cues on course, and how my usage of verbal cues may differ from your usage. But, I do think that the way I think about and use verbal cues on course makes a huge difference […]
Your mental skills are skills like any other; they need development, refinement, and time to grow. Here are some thoughts about “being in the moment”, originally presented at the DaisyPeel.com Online Classroom.
Recently, a student sent me an email asking how she could improve her consistency. It got me thinking about just what consistency IS, and how the question itself is a little misleading. Just what IS consistency, and what can you do about changing the type of consistent behavior you’re currently engaged in?