Updated: Feb 24, 2018
Our instructor, Juli Lacey-Black put attendees through their paces teaching speed stacking, correct gaiiting, when to free bait, when to hard stack and how to show their dogs’ best highlights. Attendees groomed their dogs and dressed as if they were at a show.
The class was held on February 17, 2018. There were 14 participants and 4 auditors; and from the sidebar conversations, it appears that our group was satisfied with the seminar.
Here are a few of their comments:
“It was a great seminar! Only wish it didn't have to end. Thank you for putting it on!”
“It was a great seminar. I would love to do it again sometime. Great job!”
“I definitely got some great tips from the seminar and really enjoyed it!! I would do it again!!”
“Definitely would do it again! Thank you for putting it together for us all to enjoy”
“It was a fabulous day full of learning, friends and fun! We had the most marvelous instructor who was liberal with her comments and helpful hints.”
PVKC wishes to express its gratitude and thanks to Renaissance Dogs and its staff for providing our seminar attendees with a clean venue and ample space for dogs and their crates. A special thank you to Shawna and Lois for accommodating our needs and for leaving us some very tasty treats!
And a special thank you to Juli Lacey-Black for agreeing to teach at this seminar. Thank you, Juli.