Agility For Newcomers by Joanne Livemore
Welcome to Agility for Newcomers, I hope you enjoy it and it sets you and your dog on the right paw with your agility venture. Whether its for fun or you'd like to compete, safety is paramount.
With agility becoming more and more popular, lots of shops are now starting to sell equipment cheaply with no instructions on how to set up and train your dog. So this is where this book comes in. I will tell you how to set your equipment up, with the correct spacing between each obstacle, how high your dog should be jumping, how to train your dog to use the contact equipment (dog walk, see-saw, A-Frame) discuss the different methods of training weaves and show you how to use channel weaves and much, much more.
Our Agility Journey by Joanne Livemore
Our Agility Journey' Book is designed for you to keep track of your agility training and progress. The Exercises and record sheets are universal, so this books is suitable for anyone to use, even if you don't train with Rayleigh Canine Agility.
There is also our 3 in house agility tests that you can do remotely.
Happy Jumping !
Recall and Loose Lead Training By Joanne Livemore
Knowing how vital a recall is and how many dog owners struggle with their dog pulling on lead, I have written up our extremely popular ‘Recall and Loose lead Workshops’.
In the first half of this book you will find the training methods for teaching your dog a solid happy recall. I will explain different exercises you can teach your dog to positively reinforce their recall, all in a fun and enjoyable way.
The second half has some training methods you will need for teaching your dog to walk nicely on lead.
Dog Training For Newcomers by Joanne Livemore
A step by step guide of how to train your puppy/dog by teaching them the life skills needed for them to succeed in life and to make it a happy home for everyone.
This book will show you how to teach basic commands, like sit, down, stand, stay/wait a reliable recall and how to walk nicely on a lead. We have also included how to teach a 'leave it' and have made some suggestion of simple and easy mental stimulation games you can do with them