Agility Seminars with Jody Lolich
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Jody has been involved with dogs since 1994, starting in obedience with her parents Labrador. She acquired her Australian Shepherd for flyball and competed with world record holders, Rude Dogs, before finding agility. Her training philosophy is to have fun with your dog, and give as much to the sport as your dogs do for you. With her run with your dog handling style, she encourages handlers to move to the best of their abilities to get the most out of their dogs, and fine the tightest lines on the course. Jody believes a good team is based on a good foundation and strong relationship with your dogs is key. Keeping the focus on fun, play, and praise, Jody’s enthusiasm for the sport is contagious and makes agility training fun, and she will push you beyond limits you didn't know you had, brining in mental management aspects to the game as well. Top accomplishments: ADCHs on 4 dogs MACHs on 3 dogs PACH & PADCH on 2 dogs Skillz; aka "the pony" Is a 7 time world team member National champion at Cynosports:Biathlon, DAM, Snooker, Gamblers, GP & SC Finalist; Medalists in all team classes US Open: champion in Speedstakes, Masters Series, Biathlon, Overall Games, & Winner takes all; National finalists NAC Challenge round winner and finalists Cynosports-GP finalists, SC Bronze winner; Biathlon Silver 2015: WAC Triathlon Silver medalist, Biathlon Bronze medalist EO Team finalist-5th place 2016: WAC world team member 2017: WAO Team Bronze medal EO team member AWC team member 2018: EO team member alternate Honey Badger- my wild child, our journey is taking a slower process, she has taught me patience, and how to listen to what your dog needs in order to be successful. 2018 & 2019 US Open competitor- Winner takes all Bronze; Speedstakes finalists Barnhunt competitor & Nationals top 25 ‘18 & 19 Mawlch Koza- my up and coming super star. I purchased her from Croatia and am super excited about her future

Pricing and Registration

Each workshop: $140 per team ($5 discount for current KK9 students)

$35 per audit spot, per workshop

Soft closing date: May 1st

Hard closing date: May 12th

Payment, Deposit and Refund Information

  • A deposit of 50% of the seminar is required to hold your spot. 

  • Full payment for the seminar is due by the hard closing date of the seminar. 

  • A cancellation fee of $10 will be applied if cancelling between the soft closing date and the hard closing date. 

  • A full refund will be given any time before the soft closing date.

  • NO REFUNDS will be given after the hard closing date. 

  • Refunds are completely up to the discretion of the seminar host - in certain cases of illness, death, acts of God, etc. full or partial refunds may be given on the day of the seminar in form of account credit, cash, PayPal, etc.  

  • Spots may be sold/given to friends if a participant cannot come and the payment will be the responsibility of the original participant.

International Handling
Friday, May 20th
3:30 pm - 7:00 pm
working spots full - email for waitlist

Teams will walk and run courses with elements commonly seen at the international level of agility. Skills in this seminar will include things commonly seen in the AKC Premier class as well as UKI and USDAA agility. This seminar is appropriate for dogs who are either showing or training at the international level of agility. We will be discussing best handling options for each dog and how to timely execute your handling choice. 

**we will be using jumps and tunnels only**

Essential Tunnel skills
Saturday, May 21st

9:00 am - 12:30 pm
1 working spot available

This is your ultimate tunnel seminar! Tunnel sucker? Not anymore! Refusing tunnels? No way! Jody will be teaching independent sends, the tunnel bypass command, blind/hidden tunnel entrances, and more! This is a great seminar for young dogs who are in the foundational stages of learning, and also good for more experienced dogs to go troubleshoot some tunnel "issues." Dogs should have been introduced to jumps and tunnels and should have pretty good knowledge of the tunnel. 


**sequences will incorporate several tunnels and jumps only.**

Foundation skills for the future agility dog
Saturday, May 21st
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
1 working spot available

 

This seminar is great for any and all up and coming agility superstars! Learn some fantastic foundation skills to work on with your dog even after the seminar. Get that new puppy out and get them started in their agility training! 

**Dogs must be able to work with the handler in a group environment**

Novice/Open Level Handling
Sunday, May 22nd

9:00 am - 12:30 pm
**Working spots full**

This seminar will focus on sequences and skills often seen in the novice/open level of agility.  Teams will be able to improve their handling and learn how to better handle their dog on course. Reveal your dog's full potential and see what they are capable of!

**we will be using jumps and tunnels only - dogs should be training or showing in the novice/open levels**