Private Lessons:
Foundation, Core, Obstacle Performance, Handling,
Pre-Novice, Novice, "Intermediate/Advanced" Competition Agility (Sequencing)
General "Connection" Training

Private or Semi-Private Agility Training Sessions are available on a prescheduled, limited basis. Lynn specializes in directional activities designed to build confidence and improve the human/handler connection in the pre-novice and novice level team. Our lessons provide activities which support your formal agility class skills. Semi-Private group sessions are limited to 2 teams. Half hours are available upon request. For information on availability email us.

Saturday April 14, 2018
2:30-3:30pm (Full)
3:30pm-4:30pm (Open)

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Tuesday April 24, 2018
2:30pm-3:00pm
(Full)
3:00-3:30pm
(Full)

5:30pm-6:00pm (Full)
6:00-6:30pm (Full)

6:30pm (Full)

 

During Training Sessions we will:

Session time can be divided amongst:

        Directional activities –
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your ability to plan your path and use consistent, timely and appropriate signals
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your dog’s ability to move or not move - with you, towards you or away from you

        Communication skills-
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your ability to use clear CONSISTENT signals
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your dog’s mental and physical ability and your dog's DESIRE to respond to your signals

        Obstacle performance –
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your ability to comprehend what physical skills your dog needs to negotiate obstacles
o       your ability to comprehend what communication skills your dog needs to negotiate obstacles
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your dog’s ability to comprehend their “job” and physically perform obstacles

         Obstacle/dog/handler focus –
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your ability to plan a path, time signals, attend to your dog and physically maneuver yourself through sequences
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your dog’s ability to transition from attending to you, processing your signals, moving through space and performing obstacles.

        Learning how to shape behavior
o       when, where and how rewards are most effective
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how to increase the likelihood that a behavior will occur across many environments
o       how to increase the likelihood that a behavior will occur under increasingly diverse situations
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how to play through generalization activities
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keeping the 80% rule

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