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Break Out of Your Shell Video available now!!

    

Taken from my seminars held in 2010 and 2011, this video has over 2 hours of hints, discussion and how-to tips for dealing with the shy, soft, or stressed dog both in the competition agility ring and in practice. 

I will be selling it at local events, and it's also available via mail order.

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Agility Camp!

Dates: July 28-29, 2018
Sugar Bush Farm, Stephentown NY

 
Instructors will be Terri Cesarek and Lori Kline

Find out more!

 

You can book Trisha for Seminars!

Suggested Topics for my seminars include, but are not limited to, the following:

Break Out of Your Shell! Getting the most out of your shy, stressed, or soft dog
(this is a full day seminar, as this is a complicated topic!)
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this seminar will help your dog to be the best he can be! We will help your dog to overcome his fears or insecurities and build a foundation for confidence and success in the agility ring.  Some topics covered include: developing pre-run, start-line, and post-run routines; using resets; how to spot and reward the "little" stuff; helping your dog be successful without going past the threshold level; and helping your dog work through pressure and stress.

Novice Handling Techniques; getting the footwork right and becoming a winning team (for teams that are working full height on all of the equipment, but who have not yet begun to compete or are competing at the Novice/Starters level).

Advanced Handling Techniques; perfecting all types of crosses, distance and directional work (Get Out, Go, and Left/Right as applicable), and drills for obstacle discrimination and weave poles; for teams that are working at the Open/Advanced level or above in competition.

Distance Training; getting your dog to work ahead and laterally away from you, and learning to successfully direct your dog from a distance.  In addition, learning your dog's natural working distance and being comfortable working both closer and farther than that distance.  For teams currently competing at any level.

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