Enter on-line via the form below. The prices are in Canadian dollars and will be discounted as follows:
$75 (each for 1 or 2 workshops attended by the same handler)
$50 (each for 3 to 7 workshops attended by the same handler)
$350 (for 8 workshops attended by the same handler)
Your discounts will be applied to the final price at the bottom of the page, after you click “Add to Cart”.
If the same handler desires to register more than one dog, add them all by repeatedly returning to this page to use “Add to Cart” and get them all in a single order. Make sure to spell the handler name the same, each time. This will cause the same-handler discount to be recognized in full. And then you can proceed to checkout and pay.
FOUNDATIONIntroduction to Targeting, Offering, Tippy Boards, Weave Poles, Drive and Impulse Control etc. Start your dog on the right path!
TIGHTENING TURNSDoes your dog like to take the scenic route around the course? Are those loose turns on jumps costing you time? This session will include drills and sequences to help you tighten up those turns.
RUNNING AND STOPPED CONTACTSWhether you are running or stopping your contacts, consistency and speed are key. This session will look at your current contact performance and how to improve it, or look at how to start from the ground up.
TIMING IS EVERYTHINGAre you allowing your dog to be all they can be? Is your dog driving as fast as they are able around the course? Or are they waiting for direction? A look at the timing of your crosses and cues.
TECHNICAL TURNSDouble Blinds, Backside Pull and Switch or C- Turns, Threadles and Pull Throughs, Flips, RFP etc How, when, and why!
WEAVE SKILLSAre the weaves poles holding your dog back? Learn the basics of accordion channel weaves and how to train them. Teach your dog to drive through the weaves with independence and speed.
BUILDING DRIVE THROUGH NON AGILITY AGILITY GAMESIs your dog having fun in the sport? Could they be faster? Introducing competition can help build drive / focus and fun. Join us for this fast fun games session.
MASTERS HANDLINGPutting it all together. Testing your teamwork on courses and sequences.
LEADING FROM THE REARDoes your dog sometimes get ahead of you on course? Do you ever slow your dog down in order to get to a front position? Did you know you can sometimes direct your dog with EARLIER cues by back crossing? Learn how to let your dog have space, get off the road, and set your back crossing line to help the dog find the path.
DISCRIMINATION AND DISTANCEGreat for gamble skills, but also essential to be able to get into better position on course. This session will look at both obstacle discrimination and handling challenges at a distance.
CROSSING FRONTLooking at the timing and position of the successful front and blind cross. When to choose which cross to use; and how and where to use these crosses to manipulate the dog's path to get the fastest time and straightest line.
GAMBLE / SNOOKERLooking at ways to increase your chances for success at these strategy games. How to plan a path, how to maximize points, to mini or not to mini, and how to close in time.
JUMPING SKILLSHow and when to work up to full height. Building efficiency and confidence on the jumps, working on ways to increase speed and decrease bar knocking.