Fundraising for my Twix as he recovers from herniated disc surgery…
I will be giving a canine freestyle/trick seminar November 19th & 20th. All proceeds will be to fund all of Twix’s vet bills and rehabilitation. I also sell DVDs and Snuffle Matz on my website. Every penny will go towards Twix’s recovery!
Canine freestyle is a great sport for agility dogs (retired or still competing in agility), reactive dogs, shy dogs and can be practiced without buying any expensive equipment. You do not need to be a dancer to do canine freestyle. Canine freestyle transfers nicely to disc freestyle and is a great way to build an extremely close bond with your dog. You can use tricks and behaviors your dog loves and is good at… Oh and did I mention it is FUN!!!
Can’t do both days? No Problem! Contact Pam and get set up with one day, 1/2 a day or just an hour!
Can’t make it? Please continue to pray and send Twix all your positive energy/vibes! If you would like to make a contribution to Twix’s Go Fund Me Campaign, you can click on the following link. https://www.gofundme.com/2skytws
Pam & Twix
November 19th & 20th, 2016
8:00 am-3:00 pm
Sign up here:
2 day – Working spot $300 Limit 8
1 day – Working Spot $150
2 day – Auditing spot $200 Limit 7
1 day – Auditing Spot $100
Pamela Johnson’s Bio
Location: 3610 Wisecarver Lane Jamul, CA 91935
Bring : Lunch, drinks, a chair, sunscreen and signed waiver.
We will provide: snacks, drinks, training props, etc.
If you will have a dog, bring: High Value Treats, water, crate, toys (if your dog is toy motivated) and anything else you or your dog may need.
Contact Pamela Johnson for Information:
Phone number: (619) 888-3139
Waiver for Group/Seminar/Private Training – Fill out, sign and bring with you the day of the seminar.
Clicker Basics (short refresher/intro to marker training)
Shaping, Capturing, Luring, Targeting and Backwards Luring
Using reinforcement effectively & using intrinsic motivation to build behaviors/routines
Getting and keeping your dogs attention
Using play to train tricks (building toy & food motivation, too)
Trick Foundations (positions for freestyle, paw tricks, acrobatic tricks, jumping tricks, crowd pleasing/FUN tricks and playing with props)
Increasing criteria & testing behaviors
Transitions (flow, direction/speed/side changes)
Building a routine (We will build a few 5 behavior/trick back chains)
Safety for freestyle & dog sports