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Below is a series of articles Daisy wrote for Clean Run called "The 10-minute trainer". These articles are also available as an e-book at CleanRun.com


In this episode of the 10-Minute Trainer, I’m going share some tricks that I use for keeping my dog engaged while waiting for my turn to go in to the ring at a competition. I find that it can be very helpful in this situation to have at least a handful of tricks that meet the following criteria…


In this episode of the 10-Minute Trainer, we’re going to have some fun with weave poles. I’m going to assume that your dog already knows how to weave, and that, in your 10-minutes today, you’d like to spend some time working on weave poles in a way that’s quick, fun, and productive! So, here are a couple of weaving games you can play, alone, or with a training partner.


In this episode of the 10-Minute Trainer, we’re going to have some fun with weave poles. I’m going to assume that your dog already knows how to weave, and that, in your 10-minutes today, you’d like to spend some time working on weave poles in a way that’s quick, fun, and productive! So, here are a couple of weaving games you can play, alone, or with a training partner.


In this episode of the 10-Minute Trainer, we’re going to spend our ten minutes working on POST TURNS


In this episode of the 10-Minute Trainer, we’re going to spend our ten minutes working on an obstacle that is often overlooked….the table.


In this episode of the 10-Minute Trainer, I’d like to share with you a few of the short exercises that I use with my dogs to make sure that we’re both on the same page with our understanding of location cues.