Date: January 19, 2013
And afternoon workshop
will be added if necessary. Afternoon workshop will be the same as the
morning workshop. Time: 1pm-4pm.
Wishing Well Canine (70x200 indoors, sprint turf, unheated, plenty of
room for crating indoors, working out of your car is also an option)
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(Sassie) Joiris trains animal actors (birds, farm animals, turtles, cats
and dogs) for television, film and print advertisements. Her dogs include
Norfolk Terrier Ch MACH Stamp, RN NF JE, Boing! , a whippet, and puppy
Toggle, a Pyrenean Shepherd. Frankie teaches agility at Morris K9 Campus
in NJ, Talbot KC in MD, and Animal Haven in NYC. She is also an instructor
at Camp Gone to the Dogs in Vermont. She writes on the subject of animal
training for several publications, including Clean Run, American Animal
Trainer, Pet Bird Report and Companion Parrot Quarterly. She also has
a widely read blog at www.LiveJournal.com.
Her style of training is eclectic and conversational and is focused
on an individual approach to each animal. Frankie is a popular instructor since she works with and excels at training non-traditional performance breeds using many nontraditional methods. A link to student testimonials STAMP Testimonials.
Ott-Parker is an international level dog agility competitor, trainer and
coach. Two time USA/AKC World Agility Team Member, National Agility Champion,
Guinness World Record Holder and USA European Agility Open Team Member
with two dogs. She is also one of the USAs top breeders of performance
Border Collies with multiple dogs of her breeding being selected to represent
the USA at FCI World Championships and Crufts as well as winning
National Agility Championships.
Well known for her ability to work with many breeds, dozens of Chris’ students regularly represent their breed each year at the prestigious AKC/Eukanuba National Agility Invitational (breeds including: Spanish Water Dog, Poodle, Cocker Spaniel, Wire Fox Terrier, Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Briard and Border Collie).
works with all breeds of dogs including mixed breeds at all levels of
training and all ages. Her training program produces dogs that run and
play in agility well into their senior years while remaining sound and
healthy. Many of Chris' senior dogs (both her own and her students) are
still very competitive in the championship programs of AKC and USDAA as
well as other nationally recognized programs such as NADAC, CPE and DOCNA.
Chris is also known for her problem solving skills and customizing training
programs to fit each teams individual needs.
Chris' 30+ years of experience coupled with her outstanding accomplishments and those of her students makes her one of the highest qualified instructors in the entire country. More info on Chris Ott-Parker available at: www.Speedoggie.com.