September 7th, near Stony Plain, outdoors on grass
Dogs have their own way of communicating. Imagine ‘talking’ with your dog in a language that is natural to them, rather than trying to teach them your language! OneMind Dogs handling uses our body language in a way that all dogs already understand.
OneMindDogs Handling is based on the three Cs: Connect, Commit, Cue
Connection is often the missing link to take average runs to great runs!
Is your dog frequently going off-course? not committing to obstacles? barking at you?
“Confusals” is a better description for what’s happening when dogs refuse to take an obstacle. Our dogs WANT clear handling cues
Topics of this workshop are:
- how dog reads our body language
- when to connect
- how to commit
- when to cue
This workshop is suited for younger dogs who can sequence 5-6 obstacles (jumps and tunnels only) as well as seasoned dogs and handlers.
To register for the workshop, please fill in the online registration. Payment via e-transfer is required prior to the seminar to reserve your spot. Details will be emailed after registering.