Course Details Level: Novice (CARO) Space Required: 30’x70′ Designer: Ayoka Bubar Download this Course: CARO 30′x 70′ Course – Novice (T12-052)
Course Details Level: Excellent Team (CARO) Space Required: 30’x70′ Designer: Ayoka Bubar Download this Course: CARO 30′x 70′ Course – Excellent Team (T12-051)
Course Details Level: Advanced Team (CARO) Space Required: 30’x70′ Designer: Ayoka Bubar Download this Course: CARO 30′x 70′ Course – Advanced Team (T12-051)
Course Details Level: Novice Team (CARO) Space Required: 30’x70′ Designer: Ayoka Bubar Download this Course: CARO 30′x 70′ Course – Novice Team (T12-051)
I am a bit behind but two weekends ago, Bear and I headed to St. Norbert, MB for three days of herding. This was my first herding clinic so I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. I’m new enough to the sport to know I don’t really know anything. There were a variety of dogsContinue reading “Herding Clinic with Roy Sage – April 20 & 21, 2013”
Today’s experience reminds me a lot of when I learned to drive a standard car. I knew what I should be doing, I knew how it should be done, I could get the car in gear occasionally but I lacked the timing and coordination to pull it off consistently until I had practiced (and stalled out) many times.
Am I the only one that drives myself insane doing something I love? Is there anyone in the world who can do it all…or do these people just exist in my head?
Yesterday, since I had to drive in to Winnipeg to pick up dog food for work, I decided to bring Bear with me and go herding for the first time this year. We have not been out since our first trial in September but we are attending a clinic next month so I figured itContinue reading “Herding – March 30, 2013”
Since I spoke about running contacts in my 2012 wrap-up post, I thought I would take some time to share what we did in more detail. I had been toying with teaching a modified four on the floor before our training was interrupted in 2009. What I had been trying to work towards was aContinue reading “Running Contacts à la Trkman: My thoughts”
Now that things are slowing down (relatively) for the winter I’m taking some time to consider what I would like to work on this year. I had look at my 2011/2012 goals and, while we worked little bit on all of them, the only ones we achieved was fixing the back up 3 steps forContinue reading “Looking ahead at dog related goals for 2013”