Stacy Bols - October 2016
Agility coach, NAC finalist, and IFCS team member Stacy Bols will be coming to The Field October 21-23 for handling, games strategy, and tournament seminars. These sessions will help get you ready for Cynosport in Scottsdale or improve with your young dog! Subjects are below (dates for each session to follow)
Friday, October 21 (AM) - Young Dogs/Pre-Novice Foundations (puppies welcome)
Friday, October 21 (PM) - Novice Distance
Saturday, October 22 - Distance Work: Gamblers/FAST Skills & Strategy (Open/Masters)
Sunday, October 23 - Tournament Classes
There are 6 working spots in each half-day seminar. Working spots for the half-day seminars are $85/each. There are 9 working spots in each full-day seminar. Working spots for the full-day seminars are $160/day. Auditing is available for $25/half-day seminar or $40/full-day seminar.
To register, e-mail Kate Bernstein at
Stacy Bols opened Proof Positive Dog Training in 2007. She has 18 years of dog training experience and more than 10 years of agility training experience. Stacy has competed successfully with both large and small dogs in various venues over the course of her competitive career.
Her Novice A dog, Kramer, a miniature schnauzer, did not start agility training until the age of 8. He still managed to finish his MACH and ADCh prior to retiring. In the process, Kramer and Stacy was also USDAA National Grand Prix semi-finalist in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
Stacy's current small dog, Krusher, a miniature schnauzer, is a dual venue champion being the first miniature schnauzer in USDAA to achieve ADCH-Gold and LAA-Gold titles and has also completed his MACH6. Stacy and Krusher were part of the 2014 IFCS World Team representing the US in the Netherlands, 2011 AKC Agility Nationals 12" finalists, the #6 Schnauzer in 2010 AKC TopDogs rankings, and participated in the 2011 AKC Invitational where they were finalists. Krusher also attended the 2011 AKC World Team Tryouts and placed 4th in Performance Grand Prix at the 2012 Cynosport World Games.
Kassie, Stacy's Rescue Border Collie, was a 2011 & 2013 AKC Agility National 20" Finalist, 2016 NAC P16" Challengers Round competitor, and 2010 & 2012 Cynosport Steeplechase semi-finalist. Kassie is also a dual venue champion, having earned MACH2 and PACH titles in AKC and ADCH Bronze, LAA-Bronze, and PDCH in USDAA.
Kermit is Stacy's newest agility dog. She is a year old and imported from Russia. Stacy is exctied to start competing with her this summer.
For more information about Stacy, click here.