A special class summarizing 2 different running contact methods for teaching fast and reliable contacts (with cc. 15 years experience in RC).
The classes take place at FACEBOOK, so PLEASE REGISTER BY E-MAIL: email@example.com or by FB:
This course will give you ideas to decide which method fits you and your dog the best because I believe all dogs are different. It is an easy step-by-step guide explaining both running contact methods in details from the beginning till the end (including different exits on dogwalk and A-frame training) and gives you all the knowledge to finish the process with personalized feedback on all your videos. Videos from the students are welcomed over the whole period of this class.
It is opened for puppies with at least 6 months of age and also for adult dogs that needs foundations or some addition proofing on your RC training!
If Your dog has motivation problems I strongly recommend to take some private lessons first!
Toys, soft treats, clicker, target (size cc. 30 x 50 cm), carpet and plank for running contacts (same size as one part of the dogwalk), enough room (cc. 20 m) and some free time to edit videos 😉
Your training videos are asked back as a non-listed video uploaded to YouTube or any other video sites. The videos should be cut into maximum of 5 minutes in length.
5 months (starts on 2nd of July – ends on 30th November 2018, PLUS an extra month (until the end of December) of availability of all the infos in the classroom – this last month is without feedback)
- step-by-step guide on both methods (text and video instructions)
- new lessons every second week
- online classroom with the opportunity to share your videos and get feedback before your next session
1) pro and contra
Summary of the advantages and disadvantages of the methods and giving you ideas how to choose the best for you and for your dog. Questions and ideas are more than welcomed to make this first week as interactive as possible!
2) running contacts on the dogwalk
Step-by-step guide how to build a reliable running contact on the dogwalk from the first steps till performing the whole obstacle, including different exits and turns
3) running contacts on the A-frame
Step-by-step guide how to build a reliable running contact on the A-frame from the first steps till performing the whole obstacle, including different exits and turns
4) see-saw games
back leg awareness, bang games and more fun games to reach a fast and reliable see-saw!
For participants (with dog): 195 euros
For auditors/second dog: 110 euros
STUDENTS FROM PREVIOUS CLASSES
“Zsuzsa Veres was an honor learn from you, I enjoy your technics and put this in practice, I am happy for the process that we live in the course along with Smart, you are a great master. Your commitment with each student was the most important thing in the course, personally it was what i liked most, this types of things allowed a better process because each one of the lessons were very clear.”
Wilson Villalobos, Columbia
“And it was a day, we decided to learn the Running Contacts, and it was a day that we signed up in your online course.
They were days, after days of practice, of disappointments, I go home sad because I did not do well, but got your corrections and began the days of joy.
I had other sad days, but came corrections and solutions again and so were progress, until one day, Tayler, my puppy, began to understand everything, to give me satisfaction, taking the Contact Running as a game, something he enjoys doing.
Zsuzsa Veres, thanks for your quick responses to each of my doubts, to make your students feel that you really have us in mind that you want us to we progress.
Sergio Daniel Campillay, Argentina
“Well, it’s finally here! Our graduation video! We started as a trouble team. I was frustated with my privious atempt to teach him RC and he was a young dog who lost his confidence and got confused in that process. 5 months later, we have bulit knowlegde and growed confidence, trought foundation exercises, a little bit every lesson. We still have a lot to work on, it’s just the beggining, but it was so much fun!! We worked on dog walk and latter on aframe, foccus for the MM (oh God, we really worked on this one!), undertanding of the reward system, different entries and exits, handling moves, and now, we are going to focus on directionals. I really learned to celebrate every small success and to trust my work and my dog working ethics. Zsuzsa, I don’t know how many times I have already thanked you, but here I am again. Without your patience, answers and corrections, we couldn’t have done it. Thank you for all!”
Gabriela Almeida, Brasil
Another success story, even tested on trial!
Putch and Riyu Takahashi from Japan
“Let me present with great gratitude to Zsuzsa Veres our Contact Class graduation video: https://vimeo.com/199399266
Thank you for sharing your logical and transparent system and all of your prompt and patient responses to my endless questions <3
It was a huge work, but we enjoyed every second of it, and certainly there is still a lot to train. But I can’t wish for a better partner than Rhea “
Nora Perge, Hungary
Yes, you can have both 2o2o and RC… and not only with BC! 🙂
Christelle Marchand, France
“Thank you Zsuzsa, you are a very good teacher. 😄you see video quickly and we are never alone!”
Again a non-BC training both stopped and running contacts! 🙂
Super Adela and Daniela, Chile
“You can‘t believe how happy we are!
We thank you much for your super great course, you are the best RC coach ever 🙂 We had a lot of frustrations before doing Running Contacts with other methods. We almost thought we would never reach this state. So please, grab a glass of wine, whiskey, or a piece of chocolate, or some other thing you like and enjoy your success”
Please watch this video with sound on! 🙂
Silke and Rala, Argentina