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Let's Learn Dog Massage
Daria Myagkova (Yerevan, AM)
Simple and great course

Wonderful course for an obedience sportsman! All information is useful and clear, and all the videos explain how to improve dogs' condition with simple techniques. Absolutely love it!

Essential Agility Training Skills
Chris Krulan (Hackettstown, US)
Loved this course!

I have so many good things to say about this course. It is very organized and easy to follow. I love that there is a written explanation with diagrams to go along with the videos. It helps to clarify the exercise and I learn a lot from them. The videos are well done and I have watched them multiple times because I notice different things each time I watch them. I love the self-study format because it allows me to understand what I am to be doing before I work with my dog. Now our training sessions have a plan and a purpose and I know what the next steps are for future sessions.

Chris, thank you for sharing your positive experience with the course!

The combination of written explanations with diagrams and accompanying videos is designed to enhance your learning experience and provide clarity to the exercises. We're glad to hear that you find them helpful. Having a clear plan and understanding of the next steps in your training sessions can make a significant difference in achieving your goals. It's wonderful to know that the course has provided you with that sense of direction and purpose.

Keep up the great work, and I wish you continued success in your agility journey!

Essential Agility

Loved it! Everything is broken down wonderfully . Would defiantly sign up again

We're thrilled to hear that you enjoyed the course and found the content well-structured. Thank you so much for your positive feedback. We hope to see you again soon!

Agility specific Warm-Up/Cool-Down routine
Robin Geller-Caristo (Port Saint Lucie, US)
Warm Up/Cool Down

This is a great way to get my dog ready for each competition in the agility ring, and then to cool down after completing our run. This was more in depth from some of the things I have been doing and has worked out very well. We just returned from CPE Agility Nationals (our very first!) and my dog who is now 10 years old, Q'd in 8 out of 9 events there.

That's fantastic to hear, Robin! Congratulations on your success at the CPE Agility Nationals! It's great to know that incorporating the warm-up and cool-down exercises from the course has made a difference in preparing your dog for competitions. Wishing you the best of luck!

FUNdamentals K9 conditioning course
Elaine Coupe (Atlanta, US)
Get your dog in shape!

And I thought my dog was. . .until I started this. I was surprised at how many easy exercises my dog initially had trouble with. But at only about 3 weeks in I am seeing huge improvement. And of course I got it for one dog, but I work the exercises with all 3! If you're not sure whether or not your dog needs it - your dog needs it!

Hey, Elaine!

It's not uncommon for dogs to struggle with seemingly simple exercises at first, but with consistent practice and guidance, they can quickly improve. We're glad to hear your dog is one of them.

And it's wonderful that you're working with all three of your dogs - these trainings can be a great bonding experience for both you and your doggos. Keep up the good work!

Detailed and to the point yet not drawn out

I liked that this course gave detailed reasons as to why proper warm up/ cool down is essential - the course was brief and direct to the point which I like.

Anne, it's great to hear that you found the course helpful and informative! The importance of proper warm-up and cool-down routine cannot be emphasized enough.

Thanks for your feedback.

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