The fee is incredibly reasonable and you have 1 year to complete the course.
I am going to go through it with Heather as the poor dear is always the one slightly left out of our clicker work - not sure why that is ... I think she is is incredibly stalwart and doesn't need me as much as the others - she can hold her own but maybe this is really an excuse, as the truth is it's hard to work with FOUR donkeys every day.
I fall waaaay short of this goal as some days I just feed and do chores. I KNOW that when training, consistency is crucial and I am guilty of letting things lapse.
But today ... Rose stood on the tire pedestal for the first time - YAY! And Siog and I did "softening exercises plus ran through some of her agility work. Heather did walk-on's and back-ups next to a fence.
Dorrie got a bit of mat work and targeting in too - so no one was left out today!
Check out Alex's course if you are at all interested in clicker training. In my opinion it is just a fabulous technique - both art and science - with so many applications.
|Pouring rain all day and the donkeys stayed in the barn, so I put on rain gear and out they came!|