Take your foundation skills to the next level! Build your handling skills into short sequences, while also proofing understanding, developing jumping technique, and building teamwork on course!
This class will bridge the gap between puppy training and running courses. Build your young dog’s flatwork, wing skills and one jump skills into short sequences! Develop your dog’s understanding of handling with a series of fun games while also building teamwork and connection. We will work on all aspects of handling from driving lines to getting tight turns and everything in between, along with adding verbals, developing jumping skills, commitment games, and criteria understanding drills.
This class is appropriate for dogs 1 year and older, as well as adult dogs just getting started or in need of better understanding. Participation in MaxPup Module 3 is highly recommended but not mandatory. You will be able to watch demo videos of each exercise or game as well as get feedback on your work with your own dog through video review and forum discussions.
Additional Course Details
- Tracy Sklenar
- Course starts on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.
- Registration closes on Tuesday, May 19, 2020.
- Course material access never expires.
- Pre-Novice, Starters/Novice
- Course Structure:
- 2 sets of games per week including demo videos.
- Equipment needed (working participants only):
- 3 jumps and 1 tunnel
- Space required (working participants only):
- Minimum of 40×40 area to fit the short sequences
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- Working Spots:
$390$355 (both courses!)
- Auditing Spots:
$250$225 (both courses!)
- Observing Spots:
$170$150 (both courses!)
Has read-only and view-only access to the class forum, chat and office hours, cannot post or ask questions.
Can view and read all videos/assignments/posts from instructor and working students, will get instructor answers to course-specific questions posted, can actively participate in class forum, chat and office hours.
Posts responses to written assignments, posts videos of sequences, gets instructor feedback to all of these as well as answers to any questions posted, can actively participate in the forum, chat and office hours.