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Handling360 Video Contest Fall 2016 – Round Two !

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Today brings you the second round of our Fall Handling360 video contest. Thank you for your wonderfully supportive comments on the video stories in Round One. If you haven’t had the chance to watch those videos yet, don’t miss out. Be sure to check out Round Three too! In case you’re just joining us… we […]

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Handling360 Video Contest Fall 2016 – Round One !

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If you have been reading my blog for some time you will know that we love video stories…and we love to honour the progress of our students. As we will soon be re-opening registration for Handling360 we thought there was no better way to start things off than to celebrate the journeys of our Agility Handling […]

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The Dog Agility Judge’s Path

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This weekend something bizarre happened. My otherwise reliable agility dog Swagger suddenly did the exact opposite of what I cued him to do. It was like he was hearing conflicting cues and chose to listen to someone else. It wasn’t until I looked at my video (something everyone should have… videos of their runs) that […]

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Goal Setting in Dog Sports

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Last week I was out in Los Angeles at a three day business workshop. Sitting in the meeting my mind drifted towards dog training and today’s vlog was born. My mind drifting is not a reflection of the presentation I was listening to…  as my friend, Annie Hyman Pratt from I M P A Q Entrepreneur, […]

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Dog Training in Agility: What We Do For Love

One of my online students challenged me recently. She is a highly successful agility competitor in the United States. She has been a student on Handling360 since the beginning. She said to me last week “why do you not stress the dog training part of your program? It is the main reason I follow what […]

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Turning the Impossible, into the POSSIBLE

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Do ever you look at your current agility life and believe there are things that are just impossible for you and your dog? That your thinking isn’t being a “pessimist”, rather you are just being a “realist”. Do you believe there are limits on what you can achieve as a handler because of your current …

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