Are You Treating Your Students Like Dogs? Part 1

How much effort are you putting into forming training plans for your 4-legged clients? Are you putting that same effort into the plans for the 2-legged ones? What can you do to start changing how you teach? Keep reading for my take. 1. Manipulate the Environment This...

Ring Prep without the Ring!

Monday Musings Monday evenings, 5:30pm PT, I do a live chat on an agility-related training topic. You can join the Synergy Dog Sports Training Group on Facebook or subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified of these live chats. Click the buttons below to follow! ...

Wrap vs Slice

I have not been writing a lot. I find it difficult to sit down and write when the calendar tells me it’s time for a blog post, but I do have so much to say…. about a lot of things. Until I’m able to get my thoughts down on paper, I’m going to...

Rear Cross Problems: Video Analysis!

Today’s blog is more of a vlog – since there will be two videos and not a lot of words! The purpose of these videos is to show some common rear cross problems and why they might be happening. In this first video, I am cueing rear crosses vs wraps with...

Tips & Tricks: Memorizing Agility Courses

I asked the members of my FaceBook Group , “How do YOU memorize an agility course?”. Through their answers, I have compiled a list of tips & tricks: 1. Learn the Flow There are lots of different ideas for learning the flow of the course. Some people...

About Synergy Dog Sports

Committed to providing a supportive learning environment for learners at both ends of the leash, Megan works with each team as individuals, bringing them to the next level no matter which path you choose to take with her: in-person classes, seminars, online classes, or 1-on-1 coaching.