This DVD is continuation of a Puppy Diary and shows everything I did with little To from age of 5 months to 18 months, so lots of tricks, beginnings of agility training, cik&cap and all other foundations, teaching weaves and running contacts from zero to final product and shows her first trials and first wins.
So basically, it's a sum up of all my past DVDs, a revisit of all 3 Tricks DVDs, Heeling, Foundations Fun, Cik&Cap, Running Contacts and Weaves. It shows how I adjust the methods for each dog as needed and also some new innovations, like how to make tunnels, weaves and running contacts just a variation of the same trick, teaching them all together in a really cool combo set up to reduce training time further, how to use A-weaves to encourage great weaving style and how to be as efficient as possible, always multi-tasking and training more things at the same time, giving you a really well trained dog with minimum training.
It shows how extra easy agility is with a dog who knows how to learn thanks to tricks - and with a good, creative and efficient training plan.
The DVD plays everywhere in the world and can be shipped anywhere. Because it is 3h 10min long we had to use dual layer DVDs (DVD +R DL) which should play on all computers and DVD players except on some very old ones.
- DVD version ( 50eur/55usd + 8 euros for shipping)
Shipping is the same regardless of where we are sending and how many DVDs you’re ordering.
- OR, you can decide for the download version, save on shipping and have it on your computer in 1 to 2 hours after ordering. Download version (47eur/52usd)
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I´m thinking about buying this video -- looks really nice! 🙂 But I don´t have the number one -- puppy diary. My dog is over one year old, so she is not a puppy anymore… Do I really need it?
Have a nice day!
You don’t need it no, DVDs stand on their own, with Puppy focusing more on tricks and Agility more on agility. However, it’s always a good idea to do tricks as well, regardless of age! 🙂
Hi Silvia, toward the end of the Agility Diary you quickly show Tu doing the lifting the alternate legs trick, but in the Diary video you didn’t go into detail the steps to teach it… I am quick scanning the other three tricks videos I have of yours because I’m sure in one of them you do teach it, but I haven’t found it yet. I think Razzle is really ready for this one… which video is it on?????
I meant Diagonal legs!!!!!
We work on diagonal legs in Advanced Tricks and it’s shown in Agility Diary, showing most of the sessions we had on diagonal legs, from first one on -- it goes really quickly as it’s related to side legs and taught the same way.
I’m interested in a number of your videos, do you have any sales coming up?
Not really until November… BUt I can always offer “buy 4, get 5” option.
Hi I sent an email but not sure if it sent, I clicked the send to myself option and never received it.
My question was this. I purchased both puppy and agility diary and my pup is 4 months old. I finished the puppy diary, and started to watch the agility one, but the very first thing I noticed is To had seemed to learn much in between. We are at the level of the ending of puppy diary but I don’t know how to get her to the level of the beginning of the next dvd.
This is her tricks video at 3 months. The attached video is her current cik and cap skills and she finishes through a channel weave.
I tried to attach a video and it didn’t work so I put them on YouTube.
My trainer at our agility foundations class said there was some dvds in between. Can you tell me which ones? Or am I just confused. Thank you!!!
There are no DVDs in between and all the months and trainings are followed up normally, we did 2 DVDs just because it would be too long for one.
I think your pup is just too young for this work -- you will see I start channel much later. And racing her over the ladder like this is dangerous and not a good idea. -- See I never do cavalettis in more as trot!!! So I would just focus tricks and sends to single cik/cap for now and maybe join February Foundations class to make sure you’re not doing too much with 4 months old puppy.
Okay thank you for your honesty. I am very inexperienced so I appreciate your response.
Yes, I think a class would be best for inexperienced handler!
Jake and Lino’s son Spark is now 7 months and I’ve trained him tricks in puppy class. He cna do a lot of them. It’s time to start teaching him basic agilily skills but online lessons seem too hard. Then I found this video. Do you think it’s perrfect for him? He is a happy puppy and tends to get too excited in the field. I need to learn how to control him in the feild. Plus I’m having hard time teching Lino weaves. Will this DVD help her too?
Sure, you can either try this DVD -- or maybe Foundations Revisted? You could also still join the April Foundations class, we work on weaves there as well!
The problem is that it’s too hot here now and it’ll be rainy season soon. I’m thinking about taking Foundation online lesson with Lino in September. Meantime, I want to train both Lino and Spark with DVD. Do you think Foundations Revisited is good for both Lino and Spark?
O.k., sounds like a plan yes. I think Foundations REvisited breaks things down more yes, so I would start with that for both.
Hi Sylvia -- do you still offer “buy 4, get 1 free” for training DVD’s?
You have lots of new ones from last 5 years -- I think I need them!
No sorry, no special offers at the moment… I usually have one in December…