LIVE WEBINARS AND WORKSHOPS

Our live webinars are a great way to learn from the comfort of your own home. Our webinars are attended via Zoom and include a 15 minute Q & A at the end of the .

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Show Dog Prep School is a small business with some things done manually. If you register for a webinar and have any questions or concerns, please simply ask us. If you are unable to allow us the time to process the payment and sent out your login information, please do not register.

Webinars do NOT show up in your account, a link to login will be sent to your email.

All registrants will receive an email approximately one day before the webinar with all the information you will need for the workshop including login link, what you will need for the workshop for those with working spots and any other necessary information. This will go to your PayPal email if you didn’t enter your email in the PayPal form when you checked out. If you do not receive the email the day before, please contact us and we will be happy to resend it for you.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO REFUNDS.

LIVE WEBINARS

From Shy to Showy Live Webinar
Tuesday, February 28, 4:00-5:00pm PST

Do you have a show dog that doesn’t like to show?

How about a show dog that is shy or fearful in the show ring?

This webinar is for anyone who shows or lives with a shy or fearful dog. These proven, science-based methods will help your show dog or your companion dog learn to feel more comfortable, safe and relaxed. Whether you are trying to get your show dog more comfortable with the show ring, your sport dog relaxed in performance environments or your pet dog happy to go on walks with you. This webinar will discuss the methods that will take your dog From Shy to Showy.

If you have already read the book, From Shy to Showy or taken our online course, this will give you an opportunity to ask questions of the creator of the program.


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Gaiting Goals – How to Move so Your Dog Can Move Live Webinar
Friday, February 10, 4:00-5:00pm PST

Getting the best movement from your dog in the show ring is just as much about your movement as the dog’s movement. Frequently, we jump ahead to trying to train our dogs to gait for the show ring, when we haven’t even worked out how we (the handler) needs to move.

This workshop is about helping handlers determine how to best move in addition to how we want the dogs to move and includes skills for the human and dog to work on together.

This webinar will help handlers become a better teammate for their dog and will help teams become more complimentary of each other.


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GETTING OUT OF YOUR OWN HEAD – COPING WITH PERFORMANCE ANXIETY IN DOG SPORTS
Sunday, March 19, 10:00-11:00am PST

Whenever we get a new show or sport prospect we invest so much into that individual. We train, we condition, we groom, but there is an area that is severely lacking…our own mental preparation.

Performance anxiety is a real thing. So real that it can be devastating to your performance, your connection and communication with your dog, your success and most important, your enjoyment of the sport. Of all the issues we help people with, this is one of the most common and sadly, the most overlooked.

There are proven techniques to improving your performance mindset. Using methods used by professional athletes, performers and mental health professionals Vicki will share ways to help with your ring nerves so you can be the handler your dog needs you to be!


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LITTER EVALUATIONS LIVE WEBINAR
Friday, April 21, 5:00-6:00pm PST

Do you want to learn what breeders look for in the puppies?

Is the whole “puppy grading” scenario confusing to you?

Are you expecting a litter and need some guidance on evaluating your puppies?

You don’t want to miss our Litter Evaluations webinar. Taught by co-author of the book Litter Evaluations – The Planning, the Process, the Picks, Vicki Ronchette, you will gain so much from this popular webinar.

Topics covered will include:
What breeders look for
How to look at and evaluate structure and movement
The process of evaluating litters
Making decisions on which pups to keep and where to place the others
And SO MUCH MORE!


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