Nov 6-7, 2021: Obedience seminar with Joanne Fleming. Working spots available. Auditing spots available ($60/day). Private lessons available Friday November 5.
Saturday December 4: Lin Gelbmann BS CVT ESMT CCRP is offering a Performance Dog Rehab and Conditioning Clinic! Working spots $225, Auditing spots $100
Stay tuned for our New Years Eve "Dogs, Dinners, & Drinks" event!
January 15-16: AKC Obedience trials. 4 trials in 1 weekend!
February 26-27: AKC Rally trials. 4 trials in 1 weekend!
Pam Long founded Ironclad K9 Academy in 1987 and has been training dogs for over 35 years. She has competed in obedience, agility, tracking, carting, barn hunt, water rescue, weight pull, and herding. In obedience Pam has titled Boxers, Newfoundlands, a Pekingese, Golden retriever, St. Bernard and Rottweilers. She titled the first UDX Pekingese and won the working group at the AKC National Obedience Championship with her St. Bernard. She loves working with a variety of breeds and excels at problem solving and proofing. Pam's students have earned multiple OTCHs, High in Trials and High Combined awards and have qualified and placed at AKC and UKC National events.
Joanne Fleming is world renowned as a pioneer of motivational training, and a master at harnessing the power of food and building FOCUS. Joanne's students have achieved Regional and National wins as well as international placements. Joanne has earned the opportunity to represent North America in International competition 7 times, in 2005 with two dogs, a Belgian Malinois and a German Shepherd Dog, receiving the highest placing of any North American in 2005. Having represented LV America at the DVG Bundessieger-Prüfung from 2005-2007, Joanne also won the 2007 LV America Championships with her dog Enno, then went on to place 5th at the DVG BSP in Germany. Joanne has also found time to pick up high-in-trials in both AKC and CKC obedience competition along the way.
Comments from past Pam Long seminar participants...
"I would again like to thank you for putting on the Pam Long seminar. It was great! Such a fabulous learning experience. The hands on with so many different dogs, at different levels and training issues was very informative. I will be the first one to admit that sometimes I am reluctant attending some seminars because some training techniques are so far off the wall and sometimes many people pay the big bucks and get lost in the numbers. I did not feel that way at all.
"As always it was amazing!" ...Kaylynn
"Arie and I had a wonderful time! I can't wait for the next seminar!" ... Mariah
I also liked that the seminar wasn’t geared toward one obedience topic (heeling, retrieves, articles etc.); we were able to work on our individual needs. This allowed everyone to gain knowledge regardless of their current training level. Through watching others, I got some good training ideas for when Zuni and I reach the higher levels of obedience. For me this seminar was a keeper and I wouldn’t hesitate to sign up again!" ...Terry
"I thought it was AWESOME! I have never been to a clinic formatted like this one. I really liked it...learned as much from watching others as I did with my own dogs. Got the 'wheels turning' on how to proof exercises! Thanks!" ...Tracy
"I like training when it is fun......and Pam certainly makes it fun! She is not only a great teacher but a wonderful person. I will be back"....Shirley
"I really enjoyed the seminar! It motivated me to get more assertive with my home training! The laughter and humor are good therapy for the humans :). It is a fun and supportive group, too! Pam is good at providing constructive criticism.".... Ann
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