Just like you, your dog is happier being fit and trim! Come join us Sunday, April 23, from 1-2:30 p.m., for a hands-on seminar with your dog. Find out some tips on improving your dog’s overall fitness in a fun class for both of you. Using uneven surfaces and focussing on body awareness, you’ll learn how to help your dog enjoy exercise even more.
You’ll also work on warms-up and cool-down techniques that will help your dog, even if he is a weekend warrior.
Space is limited, reserve a spot now at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Brian Waldo, DVM, and Dr. Julie Waldo, DVM, will discuss canine athlete conditioning, warm up and cool down, and treatment of injuries. Bring your dog and learn how to keep their muscles warmed and ready to go, even in cold weather. You’ll also find out how to identify injuries and help your dog when they occur.
Day and Time: November 22 from 1-2:30 p.m.
Place: Flying Paws Agility, 1491 E Sample Road, Bloomington, Indiana
Open Practice will move to Saturday afternoons at 3 p.m. as weather allows. We will put away large obstacles when there is snow, but until then we are enjoying this beautiful fall weather!
Also, there are a couple of places left in our upcoming seminar on teaching your dog tricks and skills in your living room over the winter! Email us at: email@example.com to let us know you are interested, as space is limited!!
Date: Saturday, November 7, and Saturday, November 14 Time:1-2:30 p.m. Two-day seminar cost: $30 ($20 for FPAC members) Place: Flying Paws Agility
(home of Applied Canine Behaviors)
1491 E Sample Rd
We will have a limited open practice today. Due to the heavy rains last night, the ground is wet and could be slippery. I will not put out tunnels and will limit sequences to two or three. If you want to work on single obstacles or handling skills, this might be a good time.
Agility Foundations (Prerequisite for all Flying Paws classes): Learn to engage with your dog and prepare for agility training. Fast-paced games and lots of focus will get your team ready! If it’s raining we will meet inside.
Wednesday at 7 p.m. starting June 11. Cost $90 for six weeks for nonmembers, $60 for 6 weeks for FPAC members.
Beginner Levels: Start the basics by learning jumping techniques, contact behavior, board work and handling moves. Understand the mechanics of putting drive into obstacles. Improve focus with your dog and begin to sequence obstacles.
Beginner: Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. starting June 9.
Beginner 2: Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. beginning June 11.
Cost $90 for six weeks for nonmembers, $60 for 6 weeks for FPAC members.
Advanced: Continue fine-tuning your training, adding complexity to courses and obstacles. Some students may want to begin to focus on preparing for event competition or simply improve their performance at a higher level.
Fridays at 5:45 starting June 12. Cost $90 for six weeks for nonmembers, $60 for 6 weeks for FPAC members.
Assisted Drills: A drop-in class to learn to think through a course and how you will handle each obstacle. An instructor is on hand to help if you need asistance.
Mondays at 6:30 starting June 8. Cost $5 for members, $10 for current students, $15 for non-members.
Contact: Kate Emblom, FPAC President, for more information, ceolstan @ yahoo.com
I just discovered that the World Agility Open Championships, today through Saturday, are available to live stream for 33 days a fee. The cost is 25 euros, which is about $25. Here’s the link: http://www.worldagilityopen.com/livestream.html