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Jumping Gymnastics Online
Join any month
Jumping is an essential part of agility, as agility courses consist of mostly jumps. Good jumping skills will give you a stronger dog, more drive, better independence, less stress on the dog’s body, more efficient lines and less dropped bars. This online class takes you through the basic exercises as well as exercises tailored to your dog’s special needs.
Agility Handling Foundations Online
Class starts on April 8th, 2019
This class suits anyone who wants to teach or improve independent handling moves and build speed, confidence, and motivation. You’ll learn almost everything you need to get around any course. You’ll teach your dog verbal cues and handling techniques that work even if you’re not a fast runner.
Welcome to Fanny’s Clicker Dog Blog. I’m a dog trainer from Sweden. My goal is to help you get great results in obedience, agility or other dog sports; using reward based training and having lots of fun with your dog.
You will also find articles and classes by my husband Thomas Stokke here. He is a successful competitor in field trials for pointing dogs and spaniels, and he loves his German Wirehaired Pointers.
This site has articles and videos that will help you improve your training and learn reward based methods in dog training. If you want more help, you can join one of our online classes.
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a good winter holiday. We sure did, but my dogs are eager to get back to more training. Spy and I have spent a lot of time sheepdog training, but other than that, we’ve been quite lazy over the holidays. New Years was special – Bud’s sister […] Read more
My first introduction to jump grids was more than 10 years ago, when both Shejpa – my working cocker spaniel – and I were quite new to agility training. Since then, I have tried to learn more from different sources and develop my own understanding of jumping. In the beginning, I just followed instructions and tried […] Read more
Epic is finally back in agility trials, almost ten months after his caudal cruciate ligament tear at the beginning of February. His recovery has gone great, but I’ve progressed slowly through the summer and fall. He’s eight years old now and recovery and rehab can be slower than in a younger dog. We’ve mostly worked […] Read more