Agility Handling Workshop with Susan Cochran
Agility Handling Workshop with Susan Cochran at Radda's K9 Campus (Talking Rock, GA)
This workshop is designed for our Advanced Agility students. Join Susan Cochran, international AKC Agility Coach, as you learn to strategically analyze a course and how to choose the best handling options for your dog. Teams will learn to handle every obstacle while thinking ahead on the course...all in a trial-like environment. Limited working spots are available at both the Novice/Open and Masters levels.
Susan has been competing in agility for over 25 years. She has been on 20+ International Teams representing the USA with four different dogs and in five different heights. Prior to moving to TN she instructed agility in Northern CA. Susan currently coaches AKC EOJ (European Open for Juniors) Team USA.
Location: Raddas K9 Campus, 49 Tilley Road, Talking Rock, GA 30175 (about 75 miles from OCC)
Date/Time: Saturday, December 30 from 9:00-3:00 pm
Cost: $100 per dog-handler team ($100 per dog if bringing multiple dogs)*
Prerequisites: Agility 3 Part A or Agility 3 Part B or Instructor approval. Dog-handler teams should be currently competing or about to begin.
*Payment via PayPal at the time of registration is required to reserve your spot.
*Registration fees are non-refundable unless there is another approved dog-handler team on the wait list who can take your place.
The workshop will be structured similar to a trial to provide new teams a trial-like experience.
The workshop will be divided into two levels: Novice/Open and Masters.
The workshop course will be a Jumpers with Weaves course. There will be no contacts in this workshop.
Dog-handler teams are expected to attend the entire workshop (9:00am-3:00pm). There will be whole-group instruction interspersed and every team will receive individual work time. Handlers are strongly encouraged to listen in on all instruction provided so they can learn from more advanced teams. All handlers will assist as "ring crew."
Please bring the following to the workshop:
Optional: tripod for videoing your session
Toys and non-greasy non-crumbly treats for your dog
Water for yourself and your dog
Lunch will be provided - donations to OCC are appreciated but are not required