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Spring Loaded Seminar Coming to Denver


Spring Loaded training experts are coming to Denver, April 7th & 8th 2012.  Spring Loaded seminars are positive and high energy.  They have the skills to fine-tune a high-level competition dog and the most tentative beginner dog.  Spring Loaded shows ways that you can get the most out of every dog, safely and enthusiastically.

The seminar will be held over two days, from 8:00 a.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m.  The times will vary depending on the number of participants and private sessions.  On Saturday, Spring Loaded presents their training program; topics include foundation training, jumps, the box, making the most of your flyball practice, handler skills, and conditioning.  After that, they will do evaluations of all of the working spot dogs.  Sunday, they will do a detailed analysis of each working spot dog and thoroughly go over any fixes they suggest.  By the end of the seminar, you will have a wealth of knowledge for training your flyball dog. 

There are 25 working dog spots available.  Dogs should be able to go over all four jumps, but do not need to be able to run the full course or box work.

Private sessions are for any dog at any level.  You get the most out of the session if you have a specific issue you want to work on.  Private spots are available to seminar participants with either a working spot or a spectating spot

There is an unlimited number of spectating spots.  Spectators fully participate in the seminar just without their dog. See the attached registration form for pricing.   To reserve your spot contact either Laura ( or Kathlyn ( ). Payments due by March 11th, 2012. 


Limited to 25 working spots. Dog must be able to do a recall over four jumps



You and your dog will work directly with a trainer. Training spots will be conducted before or after seminar each day.



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