By: Beth Bradley, Animal Behaviorist, International Schutzhund Trainer
April 26, 2020 | 6:00 PM EST | $24.99
In this webinar Beth will demonstrate how she teaches her dogs a clean IGP Jump.
- Starting your puppy with the right skill set
- Teaching your puppy hind end awareness
- Reinforcing the ‘no touch’ concept with your competition dog
- Teaching for a bad/angled dumbbell throw
- Teaching your dog to go over and come back via the same jump when they are side by side
- Teaching a dog in drive how to stay safe
- Demonstrating how Beth sets her dogs up for trial
This webinar is presented by Beth Bradley, Animal Behaviorist & International Schutzhund Trainer
Beth began studying animal behavior and dog training at 12 years of age because of a very aggressive American Eskimo dog her parents purchased for her. She became a New Jersey State Animal Control Officer in 1986 and graduated Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Criminal Justice. Throughout school, she worked and studied under many well-renowned animal behaviorists and trainers. In 1989, Beth formed her own company and has made dog training her full-time career since 1995.
Not only does Beth offer group and private instruction, she volunteers at many shelters helping dogs that are in need of a little training in order to find a forever home.
She has trained her own dogs and client’s dogs for television and movie roles.
Beth competes with her dogs, in order to separate herself from other dog trainers and puts her skills to the test of knowledgeable judges and expert trainers. She has trained and titled dogs from an AKC Companion Dog to a Utility Dog Excellent title as well putting many Schutzhund titles on her own dogs.
She has represented the United States in the World Trials in 2003, 2009, 2015 and 2016. Her recent competition dog, Fyte, earned a spot on the United States Schutzhund WUSV Team 2015 & 2016. He was the youngest dog ever to become a part of this prestigious team and the youngest dog ever from the United States to compete on foreign soil (Finland & Germany).
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