1. Camps and seminars are limited to 9 handler/dog teams per instructor.
2. Camps 1, 2, and 3 will use jumps, tunnels, weaves and contact equipment.
3. Handling Camp 1 will focus on skill development and will include sequences and handling skills seen at the highest levels of competition in the United States.
4. Coursework Camps 2 and 3 will include coursework seen at the highest levels of competition in the United States.
5. Young/Intermediate Dog Seminars 1, 2, and 3 will ONLY use jumps and tunnels. EACH YOUNG DOG SEMINAR WILL BE A UNIQUE EVENT FEATURING UNIQUE SEQUENCES. A team could attend all three young dog seminars without duplicating their experience.
6. You may bring multiple dogs and trade off throughout the day, but each handler may only work with one dog during each turn, unless the handler has paid for multiple spots in the camp.
7. All handler/dog teams will receive equal instruction time, and turns will be timed to ensure fairness. Handlers will spend one day with each instructor. Seminar handlers will spend 1/2 of the day with each instructor.
8. The agility field is not fully fenced, and there may be horses in the adjacent field from the nearby surgical center.
9. This is a no-frills camp and will take place rain or shine. Camp starts at 9am and ends at 5pm, with a one hour break for lunch. Bring your own chair, crate, mats, food, drinks, snacks, dog treats, etc.
10. There are restaurants nearby if you wish to leave for lunch. However, we do not encourage this as entering and leaving the facility may take substantial time as does negotiating Brandon traffic, even for the restaurants nearby. Experience tells us that you are better off packing a lunch, snacks and plenty of fluids.