The Winning Combination
The Winning Combination is the 3rd DVD in the series and follows on from ‘Agility Foundation Training’ and it’s sequel ‘Great Dog Shame about the Handler’ which have both been hugely successful. This DVD covers in detail Greg’s internationally renowned handling system. Following on from the basic rules of the system shown on ‘Great Dog Shame about the Handler’ Greg takes you into far more depth as to the reasons and theory behind the system. The application of the handling manoeuvres as to the where, how and why are fully covered. This DVD will give you the ability to use the Advanced Handing Techniques you require for you to become a ‘winning combination’ with your dog and for you to be able to maximise your potential.
The DVD is 1h 40 mins long and is accompanied with a booklet containing all the exercises used for your quick reference. Greg has been incredibly successful in the Agility World and has attained an Advanced Studies Diploma in Animal Behaviour. His methods of training and handling are based on clearly defined principles and have kept him at the top of British Agility since the early 1990’s. This success has also been replicated by his clients both on an individuals and teams on a national and international level.
If you are looking to gain a fast consistent dog that maximises it’s potential enabling you to become a ‘winning combination’ – this is the DVD for you!
- In depth explanation of the theory behind the handling system
- Clear and precise rules to enable dogs and handlers to understand handling manoeuvres
- Advanced Training drills to improve your dog’s understanding
- Detailed instructions on improving your footwork
- Training drills to improve the dogs speed and turning
- Slow motion shots to show precise timing
- Handling mistakes explained
- Booklet containing all exercises
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