This workshop will be aimed at those who already compete in Obedience, want to compete in obedience or are interested in the Training in Drive program.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday 9th October 2013
We have structured this workshop so that the information learned on day 1 will be put into practice on day 2!
I aim at training dogs to be reliable in the obedience ring, reliable but not covered in obvious signs of compulsion, fear, avoidance or sheer boredom! Training in drive uses the dogs natural instincts to power the ring performance of dogs to new heights never seen before and the training in drive program actually uses no aversive measures.
Dogs stare into the handlers face for direction in this truly motivational system.
People love to see a dog “light up” when I teach it how to win! Many people avoid getting their dog “too” aroused as they fear this will compromise formality, well keep in mind not having your dog aroused enough may compromise reliability, speed and value for the sport you have chosen!
Come to my workshop to find that balance!
It doesnt matter what sport you do with your dogs, there will be techniques covered here that will benefit all sport and working dogs too.
Handler places are limited, we will have less than 20 dogs in attendance so that I can get to every question asked by everyone, so this is a great opportunity to get an advantage! This also means that tickets will fly out out so be ready if you want to come along!