Learn how to give your dog what they have always wanted in agility: a consistent, clear, and reliable driver.
In this webinar, Sandy Rogers identifies the skills you need to be the best handler you can be for your dog. She provides specific ideas for how to improve consistency and presents tips for developing a plan of action for handling, the types of cues you can use, "best" and "last choice" handling, handling in "configurations," and more.
What jobs do your arms, feet, eyes, and mouth have while handling, and how can you make sure all these body parts give cues that match what you want the dog to do? Why does voice inflection matter when you're giving verbal cues? Do you need to modify your handling to inspire your dog and bring out his best? Sandy addresses these questions and many others.
Learn what Sandy calls the "secret weapons" of being a better handler. The tools are more accessible than you might think!
What is included with your purchase?
- A 103-minute video presentation.
- Access on mobile devices and your computer.
- Downloadable content for off-line access when you're out training.
- Keep what you buy—No expiring content; you can go back any time to watch the video.
None, but we do recommend watching Sandy's free introductory webinar.
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I have a solid respect for the art of teaching animals. My love for training and competition began when I was 5, the first time I showed my pony. Since then, I have developed a deep-rooted passion for teaching people how to inspire their dogs to work for them. I have devoted my life to this work and am forever a student of the sport of agility and the mind of the dog.
I owe my career to 7 incredible dogs, Rasta, Brink, Sweep, Ty, Quill, Tux and Jigs. Each of them taught me how to bring out their best; all I had to do was listen to them. Together they have won hundreds of events on the local, regional, national and world stages. My dogs feed my soul and bring me joy everyday. Rasta, Brink, Sweep and Ty have passed away and are missed beyond measure.
Quill, my Jack Russell Terrier, is a World and National Champion. She has medaled 3 times at the world events. She has competed in England, Belgium and Spain and brought home her gold medal from Belgium in 2012. Quilly Bear won the USA Nationals in 2013. She retired in 2015.
Brink, my Border Collie, was a 3 time National Champion. He is the dog that put me ‘on the map’ in the sport.
Beyond the pride I have for my incredible dogs is the pride I have for my school and all the students who train there – they inspire me every day.
Sandy has been a writer for Clean Run magazine since 2009. She has created 3 videos and a workbook teaching various aspects of agility. Sandy teaches and lectures on a national level for trainers’ conferences and agility clubs. You may have seen her competing on television at the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge or the Westminster Agility Championships. Watch for her on-line classroom.