P.O. BOX 344 • McCALLA, AL 35111 • TEL: 205-267-7793 • FAX: 800-506-4595 • INFO@FLINTHILLK9.COM
Flint Hill K-9 Training LLC is hosting
Michael McManus, CNWI
Intro to Treibball Workshop
Nose Work Games Workshop
Saturday & Sunday, July 14 & 15, 2018
Check in and set-up 8:15 – 8:45 a.m. Cenral Time each day
Workshops: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Time each day
Registration is limited to: 12 Working Spots each day
Unlimited Auditor Spots each day
LINK TO REGISTER: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Saturday, July 14: Intro to Treibball
Treibball, which looks like a combination between soccer, herding, and billiards, is a great dog sport from Europe that is just starting to take off in the U.S. The dog learns to follow directions from the handler to pick the correct exercise ball and push it in the right direction. Although it was originally branded as "urban herding," Treibball does not require any herding instinct, and can be done by any breed, large or small.
Treibball teaches discipline, focus, teamwork, and communication. It is a great confidence builder for shy dogs and helps reactive dogs with impulse control.
Sunday, July 15, 2018 – Nose Work Games
This workshop is about learning how to cope with stress and competition anxiety and turn it into fun and excitement. Each game will focus on different skills or attitudes that you can then apply to everyday searches. Teams should be working Birch, Anise and Clove.
The games in this seminar will cover some of these topics:
Michael McManus (Certified in Applied Pet Ethology, Certified Nose
Work Instructor and Certified American Treibball Trainer) has been
working with dogs for 9 years focusing on K9 Nose Work®, Treibball
and Herding. His Siberian Husky, Lumi, has done well in Nose Work
coming in 1st place in their NW1, 1st place in both of their 2 NW3s, and
earning numerous placements in elements. They are now competing
towards their NW3 Elite Title. Michael was among the first to title dogs
not owned by himself in Nose Work. He has titled a Basenji, a Flat
Coated Retriever, a Border Collie, a Doberman, a Spanish Water Dog,
and a Bloodhound in NACSW™ sanctioned trials. He is also an NACSW™
Certifying Official, Camp Instructor and teaches seminars around the
Michael has been teaching Treibball since 2010 and has starting a new competitive venue: PUSH Treibball. PUSH Treibball had its inaugural trial in Southern California in May 2017.
About the Working Dog Teams:
Saturday Only Working Spot (1-day only) - $195
Sunday Only Working Spot (1-day only) - $195
Saturday/Sunday Working Spot (2-days) – $350 (can be different dog, but must be same handler each day)
Audit Spot for Saturday or Sunday only (1-day only) - $125
Audit Spot for Both Days: $200
NOTE: At the time of registration, everyone will pay the Auditor Rate. If you are chosen for a working spot, an additional cost of $70 for a single day or $150 for 2 days will be due via a link at the time you are notified (closer to the workshop). Anyone not chosen for a working spot will remain an Auditor and remain on the waiting list for a working spot. We cannot accept registrations from those only wanting a working spot. I will have a couple of Helper Auditor Spots available at a significantly reduced rate for anyone interested (you cannot be working a dog to be a Helper), please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
NACSW™ – 3 CEUs per day
CCPDT – CEUs TBA
Please bring your own lunch and your own water and refreshments for you and your dog each day. There are only a few options nearby like McDonald's and Jack in the Box. The lunch break will be one hour.
WHAT TO BRING:
All cancellations MUST be made in writing BY EMAIL ONLY to Leah Gangelhoff at email@example.com (no phone calls, texts, or other form or communication will serve as a valid cancellation). Your cancellation is not confirmed until you receive an email confirmation from Leah that it has been received. Any cancellations must be made before 6:00 p.m. Central time on Wed., MAY 30th. If notice of cancellation is received before the deadline refunds will be given, less a $25 non-refundable administration fee for an Audit spot (1 or 2 days) or $40 for a working spot (1 or 2 days). If notice is not received before the deadline no refund will be given for any reason unless your spot can be filled by an appropriate similar level candidate on the wait list (the non-refundable administrative fee still applies).
VIDEO AND AUDIO-TAPING:
Audio and/or videotaping is not permitted in general, however, working participants only may have someone videotape only their own dog if they wish. The rule is that only ONE other video camera that is not one of the presenter's can be taping and only if requested by the current person working a dog.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael McManus has been teaching Treibball since 2010 and has started a new competitive venue: PUSH Treibball. PUSH Treibball had its inaugural trial in Southern California in May 2017.