About this course
Alphabet Album Webinars:
Where Quarry Meets the Trail
LIVE October 12 at 5pm ET
(Sheila Gibbons and Liz Carter presenters/ TBD moderator)
Liz and Sheila are excited to teach you about one of the newest, coolest scent sports around!
Learn the games, the requirements and general principles of training for the venue. Tracking, scent work combine in a fun new game for you and your dog. Real world applications too. A super way to build your dog's and your confidence!
Leave the webinar with practical training and trialling tips that can help you in any scent sport!
With an infectious enthusiasm for all things dog, Liz is affectionately known as the dog sport enabler by her colleagues, teammates, students and fellow competitor. Liz has been actively training and competing in a variety of sports and activities using positive training methods with her Parson Russell Terriers since 1999, including flyball, dock jumping, earthdog, agility, conformation, weight pull, coursing, racing, scent work, disc dog, obedience, rally, barn hunt and truly just about anything her dogs find interesting! ALL THE THINGS! Her dogs have collectively earned over 100 barn hunt titles including 6 RATCHX and above titles. Her students continue to succeed around the country and have been on podiums at National events. Liz is an active barn hunt judge, event secretary, mentor and trainer known for thinking outside the box and viewing each of her dog and handler teams as individuals.
Learn more about Liz, her dogs and her sports here!
Sheila and her dogs have earned multiple titles in many diverse sports including Barn Hunt, Flyball, Disc, Rally Obedience, Nosework, and Tricks. She and Spencer have earned many BIG titles including their CARO rally master championship title. Sheila and her terrier Renegade are the top Barn Hunt mixed breed team in Canada, and Sheila has been referred to as Canada’s top barn hunt trainer. She is a sought after rally judge. Sheila got involved in dog sports thanks to Spencer as she found herself struggling to manage a reactive, challenging, wonderful dog. What she discovered in dog sports was an amazing community of people. Her love of learning took over, and she quickly became very actively involved in apprenticing with different trainers and exposing herself to as many ideas and dogs as she could. Now engaged in the world of terriers she's embracing conformation showing, flyball, agility, and ALL THE THINGS!
Sheila’s academic background has stood her in good stead as she absorbs and reflects on her learning with canines and working with instinct. Despite her many titles and strong competitive streak Sheila values her canines as companions and strives to remember to celebrate their relationship.
You can discover more about Sheila here.
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