Learn how to play a fun game that will help with your concentration and memory skills while also improving your ability to improvise on course when handling your dog.
Learn how to teach the Backlap and False Turn to your dog and then see these techniques being used in small sequences with feedback on each student’s performance.
Learn how to test a variety of lines and techniques in one sequence with your dog so that you can determine what works best for your team. This kind of knowledge will help you choose the most appropriate lines for your dog when walking a course in competition.
Learn how to read your dog’s line on course and see how you can choose appropriate techniques that will give you an effective solution for solving a sequence and for giving your dog the best possible line.
Watch several students perform a variety of techniques on the same sequence, testing how different lines and handling options affect their dog’s performance. Learn how to decide what techniques would work best for you, depending on the lines you want to create for your dog.
Learn why it is important to achieve a good balance between Obstacle Focus and Handler Focus.
Watch a course walking and discussion to understand why certain techniques are chosen in this sequence and how the application of these techniques will affect the dog’s line on course.
Learn how to evaluate your dog’s ideal lines in a sequence and then choose a handling technique that will create such a line. Note that trying different lines and timing them will help you learn what sort of turns are most suited to your team.
Learn to choose the suitable techniques for specific situations. Find out how the dog’s line affects what technique you should use and get some tips for applying the techniques properly.
Learn all about using the Whisky Cross and Blind Cross in a sequence and find out what the most important aspects are to focus on when applying these techniques.