For over 60 years, CABTC has helped people train their dogs.
All breeds including mixed breeds are welcome. Our instructors are current on the latest techniques for training your dog. Classes are held in a fully-matted indoor facility with the latest equipment.
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March 22-23 and March 24, 2014
Denise has been training and titling in schutzhund, obedience, tracking, agility, conformation and herding for over 25 years. Denise’s positive training methods are widely recognized for producing dogs with exceptional attention, accuracy and enthusiasm for their work.
“Building Drive and Motivation in all Sports”
(Saturday/Sunday) Denise will cover each of the drives and how to build them to levels that can be used throughout all dog sports.
“Problem Solving – all sports”
(Monday) Each dog’s problem or stage of training is discussed, and options for working through the problems are presented.
See attached flyer for complete details and registration form/information.More information
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Ann Braue: Agility Handling Seminar
Ann made her agility debut in April 2002 after 10 years in the competition obedience ring. She rose quickly to compete at the National and World level. Ann has competed internationally six times; four for the AKC World Team at the FCI Agility World Championships and twice as the USA Crufts representative. Most recently Ann Coached the 2013 AKC World Team at the FCI World Championships in South Africa. Ann is highly sought after as a private instructor and seminar presenter. Her gift of teaching is combined with passion, creativity and motivation provides a fun and rewarding environment for both the dog and the handler. Ann’s training philosophy focuses on positive reinforcement and building a strong relationship with the dog while at all times maintaining consistency.
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014 - SKILLS AND DRILLS: Seminar will cover basic jumping skills using 1-6 obstacles along with short sequences using commonly seen sequences. A great seminar for both novice as well as more experienced dogs wanting to polish up on the basics.
FRIDAY APRIL 4, 2014 - ADVANCED HANDLING: Dogs should have at least 1 Masters or Excellent Standard leg. Seminar will cover use of handling cues, when to use new handling techniques and cues. Plan to be challenged and have some fun.
SATURDAY APRIL 5, 2014 - INTERNATIONAL HANDLING : High Drive / High Intensity HANDLERS with strong work ethic looking to have FUN! Dogs must be proficient on all obstacles. This seminar will cover some trends of the future along with USDAA Master Challenge courses.
Working spots will fill quickly! Make your reservations now!!
See attached Flyer for further details and registration form!
UNLIMITED auditors – lunch included
Working slots limited to 12 each day
Send enrollment form and payment made payble to C.A.B.T.C. to
Suzanne Stachurski, 5108 Vandalia Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44144
email@example.com phone #216-536-3293More information
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Two (2) Tests will be held by CABTC in 2014: May 4, 2014 a TDX Test and September 28, 2014 TD/TDX test.
Watch for the location, times and premium lists, posted under Trials, Run Thrus and Special Events/Tracking Tests section of this web site soon. You can also contact Suzy Pare at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mark Your Calendar
March Membership/Board Meeting
Denise Fenzi Seminar
Agility Trial: March 29-30, 2014: NOECSF
Ann Braue Seminar
April Board Meeting
Siberian Husky Club of Greater Cleveland Specialty Show and OB Trial