Complete and Continue
Introduction to Advanced Handling. (0:22)
Dog show etiquette - Switching placement in line (0:38)
The winners circle
It's not just a wet towel... (3:20)
Be fully prepared before entering the ring. (0:52)
Think about where you will stack your dog in the ring-before you get there! (1:10)
Stack your dog 25% faster-without thinking about it. (0:32)
Using the edge of the mat to your advantage. (0:59)
Relaxing your dog-The "kitty-kitty" method. (1:07)
Perfecting the Down & Back. (1:25)
Two dogs on a table together, what you should know. (0:43)
The Winners circle
In the Ring.
The judge's exam-make it feel GOOD. (1:21)
Grooming in the ring. (1:09)
How you feel-they feel. (1:42)
In the Ring Summary.
Tools you need:Stack Boxes
Introduction to the Stack box. (2:06)
Making the Stack Box Fun. (2:47)
Stack Box Dos and Don'ts (2:09)
Stack Box "Fun" and Conclusion. (5:00)
Stack Box Information.
Stack Box summary.
Move the front leg back- and why you do this. (1:17)
Moving the front leg back and why-on the floor. (0:49)
Perfecting the table. (2:07)
Handling classes-when to go, when to stay home. (0:58)
And another thing...
When not to practice and why. (0:45)
Checking the yellow sheets. (1:11)
Know your dog's virtue and faults, it is the key to success. (0:52)
Show your breed like your breed, and why. (0:51)
Training, conditioning-our cheatsheets and proven methods explained.
Vision board example-conditioning the mind and body.
Picky eaters and a recipe they love.
Checklist:Conditioning your showdog.
Washing your dog, how to do it right
Going further-the best dog in two minutes. (0:23)
Going further-buyers vs sellers. (0:37)
Advanced Handling Conclusion (0:22)
Dog show etiquette - Switching placement in line
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