with Terry Herman
Tuesday, July 12 • 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Why verbals? Isn’t motion the most powerful cue in agility? Why should I use words too?
Have you ever used a GPS without the voice prompts? Can you follow the moving vehicle on the map? Sure, but isn’t it easier when you hear something like, “prepare to turn right”, or “go through this light and take a left at the next light”? That’s what our agility verbals do – provide the dog with advance information on which way to go and what to do next.
They’re particularly important when we can’t use our motion as a cue – like a gamble or FAST send, or when we’re not in front of our dog, or on a discrimination. So, what verbals do you need and how do you train them? This workshop will cover some of the most often used agility verbals and the basics of training them.
The workshop is open to all levels, although dogs must be able to send to a jump or tunnel. Contacts & weaves will not be used.
Limited to 8 dog/handler teams
Auditors – unlimited
Cost: $50 for members, $75 for non-members, $25 for auditors
Wednesday, June 22 at 8 am for Contributing members
Thursday, June 23 at 8 am for Members
Friday, June 24 at 8 am for Non-members
Online registration and payment are required. To register, click links below:
As the total number of working slots are limited, please register early. All slots will be on a first received basis. No refunds will be given unless there is a waiting list, or you find a replacement for your slot.
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Location: 9 Azar Court, Halethorpe, MD 21227
All Oriole Dog Training Club policies will be in effect, including the following
- There is a $5 clean-up fee for accidents that occur on the turf
- Only non-crumbly, non-staining dog treats may be used on the field
- Dogs are to be relieved in designated outdoor areas
- Dogs are to be crated when not working
For more policy information, go to https://orioledogclub.org/house-rules/.