Not enough hours…

May 19, 2009

I know, I know, I haven’t posted a blog in – what is it, 2 weeks??  Yikes!

I just cannot seem to get the “necessary” things done (you know, confirmation emails for my camp, courses designed for future judging assignments, entries into the computer for the CPE trial in 3 weeks), let alone find time for this blog, which I love the idea of but at least for the moment isn’t at the top of my priority list.

Anyone out there have ideas for time management?  Or, even, ideas for what they’d like to see me write about that doesn’t take me an inordinant amount of time. 

For instance, I’d love to post more courses/sequences to critique how I look at and handle them these days using APHS.   I’d love to give updates about Lucy (who’s started some agility training, but is still having problems being left alone in a crate, which is the only safe spot where she won’t ingest something bad again).  I’d love to talk about my schedule of judging, trialing my own dogs, and hosting trials and camps.  But, oh, there isn’t any time…

Ok, enough poor me, I’ve managed to write quite a bit in just 5 minutes, haven’t I?

What that being said, I must get back to work at my non-agility day job…



Hy Caliber Video

May 2, 2009

I have to promote these guys.  They have a great service – I’m trying to get them to come out and video for one of my trials this year, but they’re in high demand!

Look at this video taken of Jart on April 18th at BARK’s USDAA trial:

In addition, I’ll be holding a live seminar on Monday, June 8th (after the CPE nationals) that they are going to stream to the web!  This is going to be “Motivating Your Agility Dog”, and will run from 11am-5pm with an hour long lunch break.  I’m going to have a small group (maybe 5 dogs) because that will work best for this format.  So, if you’re interested in this seminar, please email me and I’ll get you more details!  I’m so excited to be doing this; I know it’s going to be fun, as well as a learning experience.  I’m also happy that I will be able to get my information out to more people that would normally not be able to benefit from my seminars.