Courses

  • 7 Lessons

    About-Turn Flip

    About-Turn Flip

    It is important to decide what type of about-turn is better for your dog’s body type. Flip turn is best for short-bodied dogs with great rear-end awareness. Wrap around is better for longer and larger dogs that are less agile. We will show you how to train About-Turn Flip with style.....
  • 7 Lessons

    About-Turn Wrap Around

    About-Turn Wrap Around

    Quick and precise about-turn wrap is a sight to see. The dog must move very quickly to go around the Handler and arrive in Basic Position. We will show you all the steps including required motor skills...
  • 12 Lessons

    Apport Step by Step

    Apport Step by Step

    So many things can go wrong during the Apport (Retrieve). The dog may hover when the Handler throws the dumbbell. The dog may pass it during pick up. The worst and most common - chewing. We can help you train this exercise properly so you will not have challenges down the road. See inside how to......
    "Not for puppies" They should be done with teething before starting this exercise.
  • 8 Lessons

    Finish Flip

    Finish Flip

    By not training finish properly, a Hander may lose points repeatedly throughout the Obedience Routine. It is best to get it right from the start. In this section, we will focus on Flip Finish..... "Exercise for puppies as well"  
  • 9 Lessons

    Finish Wrap-Around

    Finish Wrap-Around

    By not training finish properly, a Hander may lose points repeatedly throughout the Obedience Routine. It is best to get it right from the start. In this section, we will focus on Wrap-Around...."Exercise for puppies as well"
  • 10 Lessons

    Heeling

    Heeling

    We always want an engaged dog that dances in sync with the handler responding almost intuitively to speed and direction changes. Let us show you how to achieve this....
    "For puppies as well"
  • 3 Lessons

    Jumping – 1 Meter – With 2 Boxes

    Jumping - 1 Meter - With 2 Boxes

    The dog's natural jumping style dictates the training method. The dogs that are quick and slightly careless do well with the 2 Boxes Jumping Technique. Learn here how........"Jumping is not for puppies but you can teach the boxes with a puppy, and when he is old enough you can teach the jump" The dog should be at least 14 months old before introducing the jump.
  • 10 Lessons

    Jumping – 1 Meter – With 2 Poles

    Jumping - 1 Meter - With 2 Poles

    Jumping is a matter of safety for the dog. It is critical to teach the dog to jump beautifully, confidently and safely. For some dogs - this is natural, for others - a learned skill. In this section, we cover a training technique with 2 poles. Take a look......
    "Not for puppies" Wait until the dog is at least 14 months old.
  • 3 Lessons

    Jumping – A-Frame – With 2 Poles

    Jumping - A-Frame - With 2 Poles

    The rulebook defines a-frame jump as a climbing jump. It is unsafe for dogs to climb up and jump off the top. We establish safe jumping technique from the very beginning. For details, please look inside.... "Not for puppies" But to run around the poles can be taught already as a puppy.
  • 2 Lessons

    Jumping Technique

    Jumping Technique

    Many dogs struggle to find correct launch point in order to clear the jump. We will show you how to build this critical skill in your dog. Take a look.......
    "Not for puppies" The dog should be at least 14 months old when you start introducing the jump.
  • 4 Lessons

    Long Down Under Distractions

    Long Down Under Distractions

    If you are looking for a higher level of competition, just the dog remaining in place does not guarantee a high score. The dog should not be looking around like a Japanese tourist, sniff the ground or inch forward. He should be focused on where the owner went and remain in focus until the Handler returns. See inside how....
    "This is not an exercise for puppies" The Stay position "Platz" needs to be taught first.
  • 9 Lessons

    Recall

    Recall

    Create a lightning-fast and precise recall without the dog bumping into you, sitting crookedly or too far away. Make it look flawless by following our program...."Exercise for puppies as well"
  • 3 Lessons

    Right & Left Turns

    Right & Left Turns

    In the rulebook left and right turns are defined as 90°. They have to be sharp and crisp and not an arch. The dog's rear must move with the Handler. The dog must not forge or lag and the head must not drop. We will walk you through how to achieve such precision. You can do turns while luring the puppy with food but we highly recommend heeling in a straight line is trained quite well before trying the final steps of turns.
  • 11 Lessons

    Send Away with Ball Dropper

    Send Away with Ball Dropper

    We simply love training Send Away with Ball Machine. The Handler has 100% of the control over the reinforcement. If the dog does not comply - there is no ball. A big difference from the traditional hanging off the ball on a rope at the end of the field. Let us guide you how......
  • 8 Lessons

    Send Away with Food Machine

    Send Away with Food Machine

    This is a great method to lower the drive and help the dog think through the exercise. So easy to start with puppies. Take a look........
  • 6 Lessons

    Send Away with Poles

    Send Away with Poles

    This is a great method for building speed and direction of the Send Away. We will show you how to break the training process into small manageable pieces. Join us here......."Exercise for puppies as well"
  • 10 Lessons

    Stay Positions (Out of Motion Exercises) Step by Step

    Stay Positions (Out of Motion Exercises) Step by Step

    Many points can be lost during these exercises. It takes considerable time to perfect them. We are looking for immediate response to the command, perfect form, and speed of execution. We offer steps from a small puppy or an older dog.