This class will cover the steps I use to teach an independent backside jump.
The course contains 6 separate lessons, using 1 and 2 jumps. The 6th lesson contains multiple short sequences that can be adapted to a small area.
Lessons will be released each week. You will have access to all information and be able to continue to submit videos for 2 weeks after the last lesson is posted.
This class will be held through a private Facebook group.
Working Students – $80.00 Auditing – $45.00
Course Work with Short Sequences
Each week you will receive a new agility course. Each course will have 2 x 18 plus numbered courses, plus 4-6 numbered short sequences.
The agility field dimensions will be 80 x 80. If your training area is smaller than this I will try and design similar challenges to fit your available space, contact me.
I will post video of Bright and I running the courses. Where appropriate I will post other students on the same exercises.
I will also post some written outlines of handling choices and solutions to the issues that the course/exercise may pose.
Post up to three 1.5 minute long videos per week for feedback.
This class will be held through a private Facebook group
Cost $90.00 for 4 weeks.
Additional On-line Classes coming soon
To include In-Motion Threadles and Puppies (8 wks to 8 mths)
Running A-Frame Class
International competitor and OneMind Dog Coach, Rachel Sanders, is offering her running A-Frame box method in an online classroom. This method has proved to be highly successful in dogs of all shapes and sizes. All levels are welcome. If you are just starting out with the box, have started training the box but have questions and would like additional help and feedback or you have a stopped A-frame and would like to retrain your dog to a running A-frame, this class is for you!
Rachel’s method gives your dog a clear understanding of the criteria for a successful running A-frame performance. The box method trains your dog using a clear step by step process. Specific criteria is achieved with the completion of each step before moving on to the next step. This allows both dog and handler to fully understand each behavior.
The rate of learning is different for each dog and handler team therefore Rachel structures her course to the individual, not a set curriculum. There will be no “group” weekly assignments. Rachel will help with the training of each step as well as the criteria needed for each step throughout the course with the use of video or her own dogs as well as personal feedback to each participant’s submitted video. The goal of Rachel’s method is to train your dog to perform the A-frame reaching the contact zone in a comfortable and reliable manner.
NOTE the current on-line class is hosted by Clean Run On-Line