What’s It About?
Stacy Peardot-Goudy breaks down the training and handling of three patterns often seen on agility courses—serpentines, threadles, and 270s—into easy-to-follow steps for both dog and handler. Peardot-Goudy believes in training the “thinking canine” and uses positive reinforcement methods that are effective and clear. Start from the ground up to teach your dog the hand signals and the heel and side positions needed to perform serpentines, threadles, and 270s as well as other agility handling maneuvers.
About the Presenter
Stacy Peardot-Goudy’s passion for dog training began at age 12 with a Siberian Husky, and later led to agility classes with her two Boxers. Since then she has become one of the premier agility trainers in the United States. Her accomplishments include competing successfully at the national level with multiple wins in USDAA, NADAC, and AKC and representing the U.S. in international competition as a member of the USDAA/IFCS World Team in 2002, 2004, and 2006. Stacy now owns and operates C Spot Win dog training in LaPorte, Colorado, and sponsors C Spot Win camps across the county. She has developed a devoted following of seminar attendees from the U.S., Australia, Canada, Bermuda, and Costa Rica.
Released- 2007 Clean Run
Running time- 34 minuites