presented by Hannah Branigan
You want precision and reliability? Wonder how you can keep the same level of performance while increasing the complexity of the behavior?
Get that and more!
This seminar is designed to build on the material covered in Obedience Fundamentals. The topics covered include concepts such as maintaining criteria as complexity increases, cues and stimulus control for the ring, different types of focus, and engagement in training and in the ring.
Identify and handle errors with a positive, structured response, designed to refocus and encourage the dog. Make the behavior you want more likely to happen!
Deconstruct the Figure 8 heeling exercise, breaking down the dog skills needed and handler footwork for a perfect performance.
Use foundation skills to teach distraction proofing games. As always, the emphasis is placed on fun and enthusiasm, while training for precise, reliable behaviors.
Running time: 9 hrs, 35 mins
About the authorHannah Branigan has been training dogs and teaching people for more than 12 years. In addition to being a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner (KPA CTP), she is a faculty member for KPA. She is also on the faculty of the Fenzi Dog Sports Academy (FDSA). Hannah is passionate about teaching and training using positive reinforcement, and strives to apply clicker philosophy to every aspect of her life. She enjoys breaking tasks down into manageable pieces, and methodically shaping behavior in both dogs and humans. She is a popular speaker that has presented at APDT and Clicker Expo and teaches workshops all over the world.
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