Pamela has had a life of experiences with animals,dogs,horses, cows, pigs,in other words farm life.
Harley, a tri-colored male corgi, who was extremely busy, and a hard nut to crack for just some basic training commands, showed Pamela the path to the sport of agility. Her love for the agility sport has become a way of life for Pamela, who now offers weekly lessons, dog training, and seminars on the sport of agility.
“All my animal life experiences have contributed to the methods I use in my agility training. How rewarding those life long skills and experiences were when I won my first National Agility Titles with Harley and Jo Dee in 2008, and retained those titles in 2009 & 2010.” said Pamela
The blink of an eye, twitch of an ear, location of a shoulder or hip, nose up or down body movements are all key animal body language expressions of communication for a trainer to be aware of.
Safe pet travel for the holidays. Best to place animals in their crates or harness with a seat belt accessory for their safety. Dogs in crates or seat belt harness will not interfere with the driver. Allow for periodic walks during your trip. Even though it is cold outside dogs still need access to water during your trip.
Always be considerate and take plenty of poop bags in order to clean up after your dog. Safe Travels and Happy Holidays!