I want to thank EVERYONE for the incredible outpouring of support, empathy, prayers and kindness you’ve shown Dan and I on the passing of our young dog Merger. It’s never easy to lose a part of your soul and that’s what happens when you welcome a pet into your home – they become a part […]
Update: Miss the Facebook Livestream? Click the link below – and don’t forget to check the comments section for a link to your FREE gift! CLICK HERE TO GO TO LIVESTREAM VIDEO Join us tonight for a live Q&A session on Facebook LIVESTREAM! You’ve asked me a ton of agility questions and I’m going to […]
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As an agility coach, I’m both excited and concerned when I hear clients say “I want to handle my dog like so-and-so (insert the local agility hero’s name)…” I’m excited because this shows the client has aspirations, goals, drive and they want to continue in their agility journey. I’m concerned because often this same client […]
Hey Everyone, Thought I’d share this update to the AKC Premier Class. From the AKC “There is a minor change to the Premier Design…the PDF is also an updated Challenges document that has this change…” I’ve included a copy of the PDF below and you can also download the FULL PDF by clicking on this link: Download […]
Location: Kent, WA I’m selling my EXTRA agility equipment. Since my friends and students want to be sure I’ll still be around – Yes, all that is for sale is extra stuff and I’ll still have over 1 ring of equipment for my use (clearly I collect agility stuff!) All of it is in great shape, well-maintained […]
I’m selling several books/DVDs/CDs from my dog resource collection as they are too good to continue to sit on shelves. These are great resource items and should be enjoyed! I was going to sell them a few years back and my husband asked me to wait a year…well, they’re still sitting and I’m not dusting […]
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Agility course maps for the new AKC Agility Premier Class are now becoming available for handlers. Since the class is new, it will be interesting to see what challenges judges incorporate and how handlers rise to the meet them. Agility Course Maps – AKC Premier Standard & JWW The Premier Standard and JWW courses have several […]
Cliff Notes Version for Novice – Best Way to Handle the Course: Start with dog on right and lead-out between #1 and #2, release the dog over the jump and put into the tunnel. Do a front cross while the dog is in the tunnel so they are on the handler’s left side […]
Reminder: To increase the course size for viewing, simply double click on it. Cliff Notes Version for Novice – Best Way to Handle the Course: Start with dog on right for #1-3. Do a front cross on the landing side of #3 so the dog is now on the handler’s left. After #4 tunnel, do […]
Reminder: To increase the course size for viewing, simply double click on it. Cliff Notes Version for Novice – Best Way to Handle the Course: This is an AKC FAST course which means each dog has X-amount of time (look at the bottom of the course map for specifics) to accumulate points (you chose the […]
Reminder: To increase the course size for viewing, simply double click on it. Cliff Notes Version for Novice – Best Way to Handle the Course: Set the dog up for a straight-on approach to #1 Lead out between #1 &2, keep dog on right through the a-frame (note, there were other ways to […]
Reminder: To increase the course size for viewing, simply double click on it. Also, thanks to Agility In Motion, there are two videos to view as well. Cliff Notes Version for Novice – Best Way to Handle the Course: This is an AKC FAST course which means each dog has X-amount of time (look at […]
First, I’d like to thank AKC Agility Judge Sam Banks for graciously forwarding and allowing me to post this course on my blog. Thanks Sam!!! Note: to make the course larger, just click on it. It seems there are quite a few opinions on the Banks Back Jump (great name, egh? I made […]
Thanks to input from Members, we’re going to give a new course analysis format a try. The new format is to better assist all levels of agility competitors from Novice up through our most experienced competitors. Please let us know what you think! Reminder: To increase the course size for viewing, simply double click on […]