“So many options so little time” is a seminar about handling options and the different choices to make on course. Generally shorter sequences with jumps and tunnels and looking at the best path for each dog. Will look at faster lines, tighter turns and best way to get the most out of each individual team.
Refunds given only if working spot filled from wait list
|Event Date||03-24-2019 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||03-24-2019 8:00 pm|
* NOTE: Intro to Birch Odor. This workshop is a continuation of the “Getting to Know Nosework” workshops that were held in December through March 3. Attendance of the March 3 workshop is required to register or permission of Instructor,
The dogs will continue to search for the hidden tins which will now contain Birch Odor. Birch is the first Odor used in NACSW, AKC Scent Work and ABC Games.
Containers, Interior and Intro to Exterior searches will be set up in common patterns used in these trials.
All dogs need to be crated in the classroom (or crated in your car). Cover your crate if it helps your dog settle more easily while waiting.
What to bring:
*A small glass bottle with 12 qtips cut in half
*A crate for your dog (or crate them in your car)
*Yummy smelly treats
*6 ft leash
Instructor: Diane Clyne Certified Nose Work Instructor with NACSW
PREREQUISITE: Attendance of prior workshop as noted above.
Refunds for cancellations will only be given if working spot can be filled off wait list.
|Event Date||03-24-2019 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||03-24-2019 7:15 pm|
prerequisite: MUST HAVE TAKEN Jumps Grids (1) with Jacque Hoye or with instructor approval
This is a jump grid seminar that will build on the skills worked on in previous seminars. Will do different grids to help improve jumping style and form.
Refunds given only if working spot is filled off wait list
|Event Date||04-14-2019 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||04-14-2019 7:30 pm|
This seminar is for young dogs getting ready to start their agility careers! ( or have already started but want better skills) it will focus on shorter sequences perfecting handling skills like collection, extension, types of crosses that are best for the sequences.
Karen Holik is a 11-time USA World Team Member with 3 different dogs at 3 different heights, 5-time National Champion, Gold and Silver Medalist at the World Agility Open (England), Silver Medalist at the FCI World Championships (Austria) and Bronze Medalist at the IFCS World Championships (Italy). She teaches private/group lessons and classes in Brandon, Florida. She also travels the United States, as well as Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Mexico, Costa Rica and Canada, giving seminars.
Prerequisite: Dogs should be atleast 1 year of age.
Refunds given only if working spot filled from wait list.
|Event Date||04-28-2019 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||04-28-2019 9:00 pm|