Bud’s been working with Kory on a performance skill which draws the dog close in an agility run, re-sets the dog’s line, creates corners, corrects trajectory, etc.
We spent some time last weekend with Erica Behnke and her Tilly, Brenda Gilday and her Leela, me and my Phoenix, and Bud and his Kory — all fast little dogs with tons of positive reinforcement — working on some new uses for this skill.
I would like to establish a fun 3-or-4-day agility camp to explore “101 uses for the come-by and switch” in dog agility.
Anyone interested in coming to camp for a few days, learning this skill, and exploring its uses in the strategy of sequencing??
Agility camps at our place involve 4-to-6-hours per day of instruction, unlimited personal use of the training building and equipment, group dinners in the evening (includes adult beverages, dessert, the whole bit!), and accommodations on site are available (either bunkhouse cottages or separate guestroom).
If you’re interested in a special skill agility camp for you and your agility dog, contact Marsha (me) at <firstname.lastname@example.org>. See you at camp!