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WORKING SPOT Friday: $ AUDITING SPOT Friday: $80
WORKING SPOT Saturday/Sunday: $/day; $(both days)
AUDITING SPOT Saturday/Sunday: $80/day; $150 (both days); $175 (Fri, Sat, & Sun)
Snacks and Refreshments are included.
This seminar is the first step to start sequencing for young dogs and for anyone who wants to learn to build a strong obstacle commitment and get a better understanding of the three C’s in practice. You will learn some of the basic handling techniques to get through the sequences and learn useful skills for the future. We will split this day into two sessions, morning and afternoon to incorporate "Either Or" Training!! Dogs should be familiar with jumps and tunnels. No prior OneMind Dogs experience is necessary! The jump bars will beappropriately set for the dog’s size and age. We recommend this seminar for young dogs, minimum of 7 months.
This seminar is open to all levels/teams, however, this is not a foundation seminar. Your team should have a solid agility foundation and be able to sequence 5-8 obstacles. Your team does not need to be proficient on all obstacles, though all obstacles may be included on the course. Participants will walk the course with Megan, discussing the dog's line, the handler's running points, and the different handling options for each sequence. Teams will have equal time during their turns to work through the sequences/courses at their own pace. Each team's training time will be individualized to their needs.
Joining in discussions * Walking and analyzing the courses * Observing a variety of different dog and handler teams as they learn and progress throughout the seminar * Access to OneMind Dogs lessons/curriculum
Megan Foster has been training in agility nearly her entire life. With seventeen years of experience, she has worked with hundreds of dogs within a large variety of breeds. In 1999, she began competing with her first Shetland Sheepdog, Buddy. Buddy taught Megan about the powerful humane-canine bond and inspired her to pursue a career in agility. In 2005, she attended her first national event and took fifth place in the $10,000 Dog Agility Steeplechase Finals. Megan also became a USDAA Judge - the youngest ever - at 13 years old. Since then, she has competed at national events every year with multiple dogs, taking a dog to the finals many times. A highly sought-after trainer and OneMind Dogs Assistant Coach, she currently competes with her two border collies, Smack and Shock, and Shrek, a Parson Russell Terrier. Megan teaches at Synergy Dog Sports in Washington State and travels throughout the country as a judge and instructor. Megan’s passion as a trainer is to teach agility handling and training from the dog’s perspective and to coach agility handlers of all ages to handle intuitively and with efficiency, ultimately creating happy dogs