TCOTC is pleased to present two seminars with accomplished trainer and international agility competitor Kory Kaye:
NEW: Circle Work: Find the Line!
Friday May 19 – 8:00-4:00 (with 1 hour lunch break on your own)
Simple, fun exercises with jumps and tunnels that teach BOTH obstacle focus and handler awareness, and can be set up in your own yard! Build the skills so your dog learns:
- How to follow the line and focus forward, yet still be aware of your movement;
- When to collect & when to turn on cue (even if handler is not close to the obstacle).
- How to drive towards a tunnel or jump
Ideal for dogs that are always checking in, even when unnecessary, or are finding the line, even when not numbered by the judge
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: Speed, Drive and Motivation – for all dog sports (not just agility!)
Friday May 19 – Lecture 6 PM to approx. 9:00 PM
- Required for those with working spots Sat/Sun,
- Highly recommended for everyone (you can register for Friday only)!!
- Friday night is WITHOUT dogs.
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st
- Morning sessions both days – 8 AM – 12 PM (8 working spots)
- Identical Afternoon sessions both days – 1 PM – 5 PM (8 working spots)
DOWNLOAD seminar details and registration form here. Please carefully review registration requirements and cancellation policy.
ABOUT KORY KAYE: Kory is an accomplished dog trainer with 30 years training experience in several organizations and dog sports, including agility, obedience and tracking. She has been doing agility for 24 years with her Shelties and earned titles with numerous dogs. She has earned agility Championship titles in AKC, USDAA, UKI and CPE agility, including earning the prestigious “National Agility Champion” (NAC) title with Kaemon for winning his height division at the AKC Agility Nationals in 2016. She has had multiple wins and placements in national AND international competition. Kory has competed on five international “world” teams from 2011 to the present with two different dogs. She and Kaemon ended up as #2 in the world for her height division at the South Africa IFC competition in 2013. But most importantly, she has fun training and consistently achieves speed, drive and motivation with her dogs!