This class it is all about attitude and playing games! Do you have a dog that doesn’t give you full speed in agility or just gets too stressed at competitions? Would you like to learn how to play with your dog in the right way, develop his drives and help him find confidence and speed?
It is appropriate for dogs of all ages and levels of training, no matter if you are just trying to lay a good foundation or improve your dog’s performance.
The class has 6 lessons; you get a new one every week. If you join as a participant, you can post your videos and get a reply to all your videos and questions. Auditors don’t get to post videos, but they can ask questions and see the whole discussion and all videos.
New playroom opens in September 2017. But if you want to take a peek, you can always register as a Silent Auditor!MORE
Let’s play agility is a class that focuses on motivation, speed & focus in agility. It is a step-by-step guide on how to get the best out of your dog on a course. We will slowly upgrade the games from Let’s play into real agility training, making sure that we don’t loose the speed and enthusiasm in the process. We will also deal with common “turn off’s”; distractions, fears, problematic obstacles…
Let’s play agility is basically meant as a follow up class to Let’s play. This order of things is especially important with dogs that are dealing with motivational issues.
The class has 6 lessons; you get a new one every 14 days. If you join as a participant, you can post your videos and get a reply to all your videos and questions. Auditors don’t get to post videos, but they can ask questions and see the whole discussion and all videos.MORE
This is a class that offers step by step approach to technical difficulties you can find on a course. First 5 lessons contain 3 parts. A short exercise that explains how you start teaching that technical element, an advanced version of that exercise and a longer course that includes the element in question, so you can test your dog and yourself and see if there are some missing links. Both beginning and advanced exercises come with a written description and a video example. The last lesson offers course maps with multiple challenges.
All together there are 6 lessons. I will publish a new one every two weeks. During the whole duration of the class, we will have a special topic to discuss contacts and slalom issues, however this is not the main focus of this class.MORE
Let’s play obedience is a fun and step-by-step approach to obedience training. It focuses on how to make every exercise understandable, easy and fun. We will not follow one particular obedience program, but lay foundations that will be very useful no matter if your goal is to compete in any kind of obedience related sports or just have an additional activity and/or challenge for your agility dog.
The program is designed in a way that it is appropriate for beginners, but also for teams who want to improve focus and motivation in obedience, or re-train particular problematic exercise.
The class has 6 topics. I will publish a new one every two weeks You can join us as a participant or an auditor. The participants get to post their training videos and ask questions. Auditors can see everything that is going on in our playroom, they can also participate in discussions and ask questions, but they don’t get to post videos.MORE