Sarah Baker will be coming to North San Diego County from April 14-16, 2017.

 

The focus for the workshops will be as follows:

Friday, April 14 - Young Dog/Novice/Open (jumps & tunnels)

Saturday, April 15 - Young Dog/Novice/Open (jumps & tunnels)

Sunday, April 15 - Excellent/Masters (may include contacts

You may sign up for one or more days; the content presented will be different each day.  Sarah will introduce skills in the form of short drills in the mornings and help us learn to master and apply them through longer coursework in the afternoons.

Seminars will take place at Why Dogs Fly Ranch in Fallbrook, CA.  Seminar hours are 9am-5pm each day.

Working spots are $180/day, with a limit of 11 working spots per day.  Auditing is $75/day or $200/all 3 days.

To register, contact Ann Croft at anncroftagilitycoach@gmail.com.

About Sarah

 

Sarah Baker became interested in dog training at the age of 13, which led to her raising her first Guide Dog puppy.  She ended up raising 5 more Guide Dog puppies and 7 service dog puppies, and in 2000 made a career in training dogs and started teaching obedience classes.  She first started in agility in 2008, and quickly became hooked.  

 

In 2015, Sarah made AKC history by winning the National Agility Championship with both her border collie, Hops, in 20" and her Novice A dog, labrador retriever, Rice, in 20" Preferred at the same event.  Later that year, both Hops and Rice made multiple podium appearances at the USDAA Cynosport World Championships.  She rounded out the year by winning a spot onto the 2016 European Open team with Hops, after finishing the tryout event in a cumulative first place.  In March, Hops & Sarah upheld their title as NAC champion by repeating their win in the 20" class.  You can watch their Finals run here

 

In addition to Hops and Rice, Sarah competes with her All-American, Dillon, who has had a successful career including being ranked as the #1 mixed breed dog in AKC Agility in 2014.  Based in the Pacific Northwest, Sarah teaches foundations through competition classes, and works with dogs of all breeds and sizes.

 

For more about Sarah, visit her website here.

Sarah Baker - April 2017