Inscription aux stages et formations 2019

Inscription aux stages et formations 2019 Go to Source Il est possible de s’inscrire dès à présent aux stages et formations 2019 pour les titulaires de licences 2018. Les demandes seront mises en attente de renouvellement de la licence. Ces demandes en attente seront visibles de l’organisateur avec un…Lire la suite Inscription aux stages et formations 2019 › Go to Source Author: David (gt-internet) {authorlink}

Grand Prix de France d’attelage canin 2018

Grand Prix de France d’attelage canin 2018 Go to Source Ce week-end 15 et 16 septembre se déroulera le Grand Prix de France d’Attelage en la Commune de Ballan Miré, commune, située au cœur de la Région Centre-Val de Loire, née il y a exactement 200 ans, du regroupement des…Lire la suite Grand Prix de France d’attelage canin 2018 › Go to Source Author: David (gt-internet) {authorlink}

Sélectifs EO-AWC 2019 – Préparation des justificatifs

Sélectifs EO-AWC 2019 – Préparation des justificatifs Go to Source Pour ceux qui souhaitent préparer d’ores-et-déjà leurs 5 justificatifs (cf. Compte rendu de la réunion de la CNEAC du 28 mars 2018, pages 13-14) en vue des sélectifs EO-AWC 2019, le tableau ci-après indique là où vous pouvez trouver les justificatifs…Lire la suite Sélectifs EO-AWC 2019 – Préparation des justificatifs › Go to Source Author: David (gt-internet) {authorlink}

Dog Training 101 ~ part 2

Dog Training 101 ~ part 2 Go to Source I was tickled to see that several of the seminar participants for my up & coming at In Contact had a training evening for the Back Pass. I received an email with .MOV (movie) files of these students teaching their dogs this skill. I don’t really have permission to publish them in my blog. But, a couple observations: Reward the dog immediately as he comes around Begin fading the hand and arm signal, reducing it to a verbal command. That is not to say that you won’t use the hand and arm signal; but you want the verbal to entice the dog immediately into handler focus. I want to share a couple of my

Use Sight Lines to Accurately Setup/Build Agility Courses

Use Sight Lines to Accurately Setup/Build Agility Courses Go to Source The "baseline" method of course building (Daisy Peel how to video, 2004 Clean Run article by Dave Hanson) is the most accurate way to set up agility equipment to match the designer/judges design. In a nutshell, you layout a long measuring tape down the middle of the course. For each obstacle you find it's location along the tape and then use a measuring wheel or another tape measure to measure perpendicular to the tape to place the obstacle. The baseline method gets you the center of the obstacles (and the ends of