It is not a coincidence that people who have been in agility for a long time have success dog after dog. They have figured out how to rehearse success from the ground up. I'm sharing my quick and easy guide to handling by the number so you can nail running a course the first time.
For the past week or so I've been trying something new. It's no secret that I love playing games with my dogs and I love seeing dogs learn through games. There's a lot of dog training information that I've wanted to share with you that [...]
If you are doing dog sports, it is critical to review your cues to ensure they are distinct. Late last year I ran a ‘clarity check’ for Momentum and me as an agility team. You can read how I did this clarity check [...]
By now you may have heard registrations are now open for my latest online handling classes "Handling360." This is different than any other project I have ever presented before. The four main handling classes I normally only make available here at Say Yes are now [...]
I just uploaded this new video where you get to see many of the elements of the Handling360 program in action. Yesterday I pushed away from the computer to run my dogs an an agility trial in Michigan USA, and I videoed my runs to [...]
Two years ago I ran a survey where I asked people "what would you most like to learn from Susan Garrett?" The overwhelming majority of you replied "Handling for Agility." So I went to work and offered you a focused free mini series and online [...]
We had a full day of handling here yesterday and another one planned for today. Double box times two! Yesterday was a group of mostly high drive dogs, 11 of the 14 being over-the-top Border Collies. For the most part, all of the dogs worked very [...]