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Flying Paws Agility Presents ~ Karen Lechner ~ Drills, Skills & Thrills

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Drills, Skills & Thrills!

Saturday, October 2nd and

Sunday, October 3rd, 9 am to 5 pm

Agility veteran Karen Lechner (Pawz4Success) loves teaching her students to be fair, clear, and consistent in training. The result is her students create confident dogs and handler teams that love the sport, performing with speed and accuracy!  With Karen’s instruction you will learn the techniques needed to be a successful handler.

Working spots limited to 10 per day; Auditing spots unlimited

Day One: Drills, Skills and Thrills
Day Two: Mastering Courses
Cost:  $200 per day working spot – Auditing spot $75 per day
To Register, Email:  FPACEvents@gmail.com
Location: Flying Paws Agility Club, 6695 N Bottom Road, Bloomington, IN 47404

DAY ONE:  Drills, Skills and Thrills
Session will focus on Serpentines, Threadles, Backsides and more.  Improve your handling techniques, and your dog’s understanding.

Prerequisites: Dog must be at least 15 months old, and proficient on all obstacles, with full sequencing experience.

DAY TWO:  Mastering Courses
Day two will put your skills to the test.  This session is aimed at addressing key handling skills and choices needed by teams of all levels.  If you attend day one, this will build on what you learned and help put it into practice.  Teams will be provided detailed feedback for improving their handling, with emphasis placed on clearer and faster handling execution.

Prerequisites: Dog must be at least 15 months old, and proficient on all obstacles, with full sequencing experience.

About Karen
In 1996, it all began for Karen. It was at that time that she purchased her first Labrador retriever, Cody.  She started agility “just for fun”.  After a few years she proudly became the sixth person in the country to earn a Master Agility Championship (MACH).

Since then, Karen has earned many placements and titles in both agility and obedience with several of her dogs; earning both obedience championships (OTCH) as well as agility championships (MACH). Karen currently competes in agility with her amazing partner Tag.

MACH SHR Rhumbline’s High Grade MXG MJS JH “Grady”
In 2011 Karen and Grady qualified to try out for and attended the AKC World Team tryouts in Minnesota, where they had some beautiful runs!  In an arena full of border collies, Grady stood out, being the only Labrador to try out in the large dog division.

OTCH MACH3 SHR Rhumbline’s Pepsi With A Twist UDX11 OGM MXG MJG XF “Pepsi”
In 2012 Karen’s other Labrador, Pepsi, became the first female black lab in the United States to earn both her Obedience Trial Championship (OTCH) and Master Agility Championship (MACH). Karen and Pepsi have had the honor of being invited and attended three National Obedience Championship (NOC) events around the country.

MACH4 SHR Rhumbline’s Catch Me If U Can CDX GN JH MXB2 PDS MJB2 PJD MXF T2B2 WC “Tag”
Tag is currently Karen’s agility partner; earning multiple MACH’s and proving to be a fierce competitor. He has qualified and competed in 3 consecutive Westminster Kennel Club events, earning a spot in the 2020 finals.  In addition, he continues to be a “Top 25 Labrador“, receiving two consecutive invites to the prestigious AKC Invitational and is currently ranked as the 4th Labrador in the country.

Event Hosted by:
Flying Paws Agility Club
6695 N Bottom Road, Bloomington, IN 47404
Website:  flyingpawsagility.com
To Register, Email:  FPACEvents@gmail.com

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