MINI, ONLINE WORKSHOP: Teeter Tune-Ups

The interest I have received for this class has been unimaginable !


Just like a lot of foundation skills in dog training and agility the teeter also needs some regular maintenance to keep its performance in tiptop shape.  This course is intended to give you the tools to create a confident dog who slides into success by working on little tune-ups to adjust their teeter performance.  No heavy duty tools necessary. 🙂

The NEXT session of this course begins September 12th and runs for 4 weeks.  Participants will receive access to the classroom, the ability to post videos and questions along with receiving unlimited feedback during the duration of the course.  The cost is $70 (60€) for a spot with 1 dog, participation with a second dog can be included for $25 (22€) more.  Please Contact Me about a Junior Handler Discount.
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Once you have registered I will contact you with a login to access the Classroom

Nancy Gyes Seminar

I can get a bit lazy handling my own dogs- especially after such a long hiatus like we took ! :o)  It’s not that we don’t do okay- we just don’t do our best.  I was looking forward to this seminar to whip my handling back into shape.  It did that and more !  Was the eye opener that I was needing.

Sometimes I still think of Zae as my young, lackadaisical dog who would trot and go around barless jumps.  He isn’t.  I’ve put so much work into him and the progress he’s made has been unbelievable !  Working with Nancy helped me realize that I need to be a better teammate for Zae as the dog he is now so we can continue to grow as a team.  ❤️


Private lessons are now available at my field in Medford.  If there is enough interest, I’ll also run a weekly class.  See Training and Contact Me. 😊

2018 Update

In January we relocated to Oregon.  A dream come true.  Packed my stuff and my dogs in my little car and we made the 35hr journey with smooth sailing.  The weather here is lovely and mild and the area is full of nature and amazing views.  We have a big yard with lots of land and the dogs have been enjoying lots of walks.

Mayhem and Zae are entered in a trial in Albany, OR this weekend. Zae is entered in both premier runs sat/sun too.  Lots of ring time !  Running in horse arenas will be a bit of a change for both dogs but longterm will be better.  More space and better footing. I am super excited and looking forward to spending time with dogs and friends for the weekend.

However, the dogs haven’t seen equipment in 8+ months. With getting the stars to align in order to move for some time I was not doing agility.  Not wanting to commit to entering a trial in one state when I was looking to leave to another. 🙂  And just taking a break and not taking the time to drive an hour each week to train dogs and worked instead.

So I took a day off and made the 3.5hr drive up to Salem and back just to train the dogs.  Had to make sure we didn’t forget everything.  🙂  The barn is absolutely amazing with great surface sad it is so far away.  Working with the dogs was really fun.  Time off is always golden and of course after a lengthy break we have some skills to repolish and I have to get back in sync with handling myself. 🙂  But love these dogs ❤️


Also, stay tuned for details on PyrWild classes coming to the Medford area ! And for everyone else not in Southern Oregon, I offer plenty of remote, online learning options and help. 🙂 See Training