[AU-045] Crazy Countermotion Commitment: LIVE Online Popup Seminar Of Small Space Games For BIG Commitment Skills!

Jump into this LIVE Online Popup Seminar to learn a series of motivational small space games to teach your dog BIG TIME commitment skills! We will be focusing on pumping up your dog’s countermotion skills: the dog will commit to an obstacle while you run the other way. This is super useful for building up commitment, speed, tight turns and so much more… and you can do all of these games in a small space like your living room or a hallway (while wearing your pajamas if you like)! All you will need is good footing (mats or rugs) and a cone or barrel or wing (and a sense of humor) and a couple of things you can easily find around the house or training area.

This seminar will be presented LIVE with working AND auditing opportunities. And it will be recorded so you can have all of the information (along with downloadable PDFs) as an independent study course with lifetime access to all of the games!

Additional Course Details

  • Faculty:
    • Tracy Sklenar
  • Dates:
    • Course originally ran live on Sunday, January 23, 2022 at 11am Eastern.
    • Independent Study Registration starts on January 23, 2022 and is open-ended.
    • Course material access never expires.
  • Level:
    • Open to All
  • Course Structure:
    • Live Online Seminar on Sunday, January 23rd with demos, discussions, live working opportunities for feedback, and then lifetime access independent study.
      • Live discussions and instruction for working teams
      • Downloadable written instructions for each game
      • Video explanations and video demos
      • Lifetime access to the recording of the seminar
  • Equipment needed (working participants only):
    • A cone or barrel or wing (the dog should already be familiar with going around these), a food bowl, tug toys and/or food toys, a pool noodle or jump bump, a leash, a mat and a couple of other household items.
  • Space required (working participants only):
    • These games can be played indoors in a small space, such as a living room or hallway, or outdoors. The dog must have good footing and be able to move fast without slipping, so carpets/rugs/mats are preferred if you are working indoors.

Course Information

Estimated Time: Independent Study: Lifetime Access

Difficulty: Open to All

Course Instructor

Tracy Sklenar Tracy Sklenar Instructor

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Independent Study students can view and read all videos/assignments/posts from instructor and working students, but student will not be able to communicate with the instructor in the Forum.