Jumping Skills Seminars with Susan
Salo
                                  Oceanside, CA     August 4 and 5,
and 6 and 7, 2006

            Teach Your Dog to Jump!

Big dogs and small dogs, beginner and expert, if your dog isn’t a smooth
jumper, has trouble with bars, then this seminar is for you. Come and let Susan
help you teach your dog to jump properly and confidently.  Not just for those
with trouble with knocked bars, Susan’s methods help dogs learn to move
smoothly and with balance throughout the course. This results in both fewer
knocked bars and faster course times!

Susan Salo has been gaining international recognition throughout the US and
Canada for her jumping seminars. Susan has been training and trialing in horse
jumping events, hunter and Grand Prix, for 35 years. Susan has developed a
method to train horses to maintain balance through jumps at speed. Susan got
started in dog agility a few years ago with her JRT, Simon. She noticed the
problems for dogs and horses jumping at speed were similar and began to apply
her expertise to training dogs. Susan's seminars have become very popular, and
she has helped many dogs improve their understanding of jumping, and gain
successful jumping skills. See the recent article “Horsing Around with Dogs,” by
Gina Mireault in Clean Run June 2006
Friday and Saturday, August 4 and 5, 2006 Jumping Foundation
Seminar.

Open to puppies six months to one year, and dogs aged one year and
up. All levels of agility training welcome, beginner through expert.
Puppies will perform modified exercises over speed bumps only,
mature dogs will perform regular jumping foundation exercises.

Sunday and Monday, August 6 and 7, 2006. Advanced Jumping
Seminar. Open only to those who have worked with Susan before.
Expand your dog’s skills and develop scope. Always something new
for continuing participants.

Participant $225 per two day seminar.

Auditing $70 per day. $100 per two day seminar.

The seminars will be held at Skyedance Ranch, east of Oceanside, CA

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Questions? Contact: Ann Croft by e-mail at madboston@juno.com