Registration is open!
As there is so much interest, I decided to open a registration for long distance classes already now. I will post the first to-do list and the first course on 22nd February and then it will be your turn to post questions and videos. The videos can be max. 5 min long and for agility videos, it would be very good to include your run in slow motion too.
Till then, you have time to post your introduction, a little bit on you, your dog and your expectations on the site that only those who will register for classes, either as participants or auditors, will have an access to. I won't be able to comment after this Saturday as I'm leaving to USA for three weeks, but will read it all when I'm back.
You can register here.
I am addicted to your methods of training. I even say ‘Brava’ to my dogs. I have all three of your videos and they have been an great great help with my agility and they got me addicted to tricks. I cannot give a meal away anymore, I always use it for tricks. If I am in a hurry, I just give more kibble for each try.
What I want to ask with this e-mail actually is just when will your 4th video come out ? Whatever it is about, I am buying it and telling people about it !
Thanks a lot for everything !
P.S. If I sound too exited, maybe it’s the beer I drank on an empty stomach before writing this e-mail 😉
🙂 🙂 It’s actually “bravo” 🙂
The fourth one is almost done, but as I’ll be away now, it will come out beginning of March and it’s tricks again, this time “Tricks for better thinking skills”, it gives ideas for even more hours of having fun with training as the first tricks video 🙂
Trying to find your USA seminar s schedule. Would love to come see you.
Ups, too late… I’m already back home…
If you are near VA- there are still some working spots for Sylvia’s seminar in Richmond, VA: info here; http://www.richmondspca.org/classes