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Introduction to Rally Obedience Workshop
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Renaissance Dogs is pleased to announce that Anne Andrle will be presenting a Beginner OneMind Dog Agility seminar December 19th from 9-5. This seminar is suitable for dogs with experience sequencing equipment. Limit of 10 working spots and unlimited auditing. Cost for a working spot is $135 auditors only $50. To sign up, please fill out form below or call us to send you a form via snail mail.
About Anne: Anne Andrle has been involved in agility for 17 years. Her first 2 dogs, Cody and Ski, competed at the highest levels of USDAA and AKC, with multiple national finalist and top ten rankings. Ski was a member of the 2008 IFCS World Team, bringing home a Bronze medal from Belgium.
Since 2013, Anne has incorporated OneMind Dogs training and handling techniques into her armamentarium of agility handling skills. Her students include dogs of all breeds and sizes, and she is known for her ability to motivate and handle every type of dog.
Introduction to Teacup Agility and Fun Runs
February 25, 2017 Time: 12 - 4
127 Main Rd, Holden ME 04429
Beginner OneMind Dogs Agility Seminar
with Anne Andrle
December 19th, 2015 9-5
Maine Kennel License: F839
AGILITY FUN RUNS sponsored by
Eastern Maine Agility Club (EMAC)
Saturday, January 28, 2017
12 Noon – 3:00pm
127 Main Rd.
Holden ME 04429
$10 per dog for EMAC members
$15 per dog for non-EMAC members
No advanced sign up required.
Come to RenDogs for a fun afternoon of playing agility with your dogs (indoors and heated!) and getting together with other agility enthusiasts.
All levels of agility are welcome and you do not have to be a member of EMAC to participate. We recommend that you bring a crate for your dog to use in between runs; a crating area will be provided.
Optional: Bring a snack, treat or baked good to share.
Our intro to Rally Obedience workshop is a great opportunity to introduce your dog to this exciting sport! You will see a demonstration of a full rally course, be introduced rally signs, work on obedience skills with your canine partner, learn about the rules of rally, and have a chance to put it all together in a mini course. This workshop is open to all dogs that have basic obedience such as sit, down, and heel - they do not need to be perfect though! (Rally is an excellent way to teach and build upon those obedience skills.) We will discuss both AKC and World Cynosport (formerly APDT) Rally.
Limited to 8 teams.
Sunday February 28th from 5 - 7pm
Workshop fee: $25
What is Rally?
Rally is a sport where humane/canine teams work to perform obedience skills along a predetermined course marked with signs. Unlike traditional obedience, teams are encouraged to talk, praise and encourage their canine partner throughout the course. Rally is a fun sport for dogs of all ages and breeds.
If you enjoy the workshop and want to learn more, then join our 4 week Beginner Rally class!
Dogs ages 5 months and up
4 weeks – $75.00
Starts SATURDAY, March 19th @ 6:00 - 7:00pm (No class 4/9)
August 10-11, 2019
JUDGES: JoLee Yeddo
ENTRY LIMITS: Limited to 375 Runs per Day - NO Day of Show Entries
CLOSING DATE: July 27, 2019
CONTACT: Tiffany Benevento
July 6-7, 2019
JUDGES: Sarah Carson
ENTRY LIMITS: Limited to 375
Runs per Day - NO Day of Show Entries
CLOSING DATE: June 22, 2019
CONTACT: Tiffany Benevento
Do you have a small dog and want to try agility made especially for them? Dogs under 20" at the withers are invited to come out and learn about Teacup Agility. We will be discussing the rules, equipment and trials. Jump heights are 2" to 16" and equipment is sized appropriately for our small dog friends. The discussion will be followed by equipment familiarization and fun runs on actual teacup sized courses. Heated training and crating space.
Saturday February 25th from 12-4pm
Workshop fee: $35 in advance and $40 at the door.
What is Teacup Agility?
The Teacup Dogs Agility Association provides a competitive venue for dogs of small stature without regard to breed or pedigree. Dogs do not need to be members of TDAA to participate in this seminar. For more info about TDAA please visit the website: k9tdaa.com
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