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Distance Handling Workshop – January 25, 2020

Need Distance, we can help

Joan Meyer and Rai using the needed distance while Joan's neck is broken

Posted by Triune Canine Training And Event Center on Friday, January 3, 2020
Joan Meyer and her sheltie, Rai, demonstrating the power of distance handling

Are you tired of being told you can’t keep up with your dog? Believe it or not, it’s actually a compliment!

The average dog’s speed is 15 – 20 mph. Some dogs can reach a speed of 45 mph over a short distance. The fastest human has clocked 28 mph but the fastest in a 5K run is only 6.42 mph. The following factors play a big role in every runner’s speed: gender, age, injuries, height, weight, and physical shape.

This workshop will teach you to overcome your human limitations by adding distance to your agility toolbox. Handling from a distance puts you in the right place at the right time without slowing down your dog.

Each session has room for 12 working teams and unlimited auditors. There are two sessions. Teams need to be competing to have a working spot.

Date: Saturday, January 25, 2020

Session 1: 9 am – 12 pm

Session 2: 1 pm – 4 pm

Cost: Working spot $75, Auditing spot $30

Location: Triune Canine Training and Event Center, 1903 E Edwardsville Road, Wood River, IL 62232. Indoors on Tex Turf

For more information please contact Joan at or 618-830-7216. Please mail applications with payment to Triune Canine Training Center 1903 E Edwardsville Rd. Wood River, IL 62232 No refunds after January 18th unless there is a waitlist.