Treibball

J9's K9s is proud to present Treibball Workshops with Michael McManus, CATT!

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alt Prerequisite: Dogs must have completed a Beginner Class at J9's K9s or be pre-approved by Janine or Michael, and be able to rest comfortably (and relatively quietly) in a crate while other teams are taking their turns working in the classroom. Not appropriate for dogs who are extremely fearful or aggressive towards humans/other dogs. Call us at 818 832-9906 if you are unsure about your dog's eligibility.

Treibball is a new competitive dog sport in which handlers use a combination of classic obedience and herding cues to direct their dogs to "herd" large and small balls. Treibball originated in Germany and was designed to promote teamwork and communication between dogs and their handlers, while providing mental and physical stimulation to canines living in urban areas..

alt Click here to go to The American Treibball Association's website and learn more about this fantastic new sport.

Michael McManus earned the distinction of Certified American Treibball Trainer (CATT) at the first ever Treibball Instructor Course at the American Treibball Association's headquarters in Colorado in May of 2011.

These Workshops will include opportunities to learn and practice fundamental through advanced skills, depending on the experience level of attendees. Handlers can bring up to two dogs if each dog will be comfortable resting in a crate while the handler is working their other dog. Advanced obedience skills and prior experience in Treibball are not needed.

alt Note: If the Workshop you wanted to attend with your dog is full, make sure to click the "Notify Me!" button and add your email to our waiting list. If we get enough dogs on the waiting list, we'll add a second session on that date!




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