September 13 – 15, 2019
The Blind Workshop – 3 Day Workshop
At Jaker’s Acres, The Swetlic Property, Mount Vernon, OH
By popular demand we are offering a second 3 Day Blind Workshop. The July workshop in one day so do not hesitate if you want a working spot. The Fall Blind Workshop will be at Jim and Beckie Swetlic’s property in Mount Vernon, OH.
This seminar is perfect for anyone who: wants to run better blinds with their dog; wants to learn how to design blinds; wishes to learn how factors affect blinds; desires to understand how elements influence dogs; needs to train for advanced AKC/UKC tests; enjoys field training on a regular basis.
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October 5 – 6, 2019
(with Private Lessons on October 4, 2019)
Beginner to Advanced – 2 Day Workshop
Hosted by the Capital Region Flat-Retriever Club at Rover’s Content, Cheltenham/Brandywine, MD
Do you have a young dog or a new puppy you want to start in the field? Are you currently working a dog through the basics? Have you been at it for while, but need help diagnosing possible holes in your foundation? Would you like help improving your basic training skills? Have you passed a few Junior tests and want to make the jump to Senior? Are you looking for drills for your Senior dog to insure success and set you up to move on to Master? Or are you running Master and want to challenge yourself and learn new skills? If any of these apply to you, then this workshop is a must attend for you and your dog. See Premium for full details and registration information.
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November 9 – 10, 2019
Designing Retriever Training Set Ups – 2 Day Workshop
Hosted by the Midwest Waterways Flat-Retriever Club at John and Kathy Price’s Property, Vevay, IN
This seminar is being presented to help handlers, trainers and judges understand the mechanics and elements involved in setting up a training scenario for retrievers. While drills will not be presented at this particular seminar, some drill-like set-ups will be utilized. Different throwing patterns will be discussed and used as well as the placement of blinds. Elements that influence dogs marking and placement of marks will be taught.
Participants will learn how to design a set-up for training and testing purposes and then each Participant will be involved in setting up scenarios. Participants will have the opportunity to run their dogs on some of the set-ups that are designed by the group. Download premium for entry information. Entries limited to 20 working spots.Download Premium