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Joring (dog-powered) Sports

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Sue Sternberg - filmed 2012 - this DVD qualifies for 1.5 trainer CCPDT CEUs

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Joring (dog-powered) Sports

Presented by: Sue Sternberg


One of Sue’s first loves to be able to get out and enjoy the great relationship she has with her dogs and the partnership that is needed to really take this sport to its full potential.

What is JORING?  Basically, it is “Dog Powered Sports”.  This includes: Cane Cross (running); Cross Country; Mountain Biking; Mountain Scootering; Dog Sledding.  
Sue teaches us the behaviors the dogs should know such as stop, go, on by, right and left and that’ll do or leave it.  She discusses Safety  First and the things to consider.  Equipment and its use is covered and where to find it is also on the agenda.  Sue suggests tips and trail etiquette.  
The main feature of this production is an actual live training class with novice owners and their dogs, so that you, too, may learn how to begin training for the sport.

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Getting out in nature Review by Stevie
It's really nice to see a dog sport that is more informal and not so organized like the competitive sports, and this looks super fun! So many dogs out there would benefit from joring, and the video gives a really great demonstration of introducing dogs and owners who have never done it before to the equipment and how to get started. (Posted on 7/9/13)

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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 53 mins
Presenter Sue Sternberg
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2012, Tawzer dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO) Sue Sternberg is founder and owner of Rondout Valley Animals for Adoption, a small, open admission dog shelter which serves both the local (upstate New York) community as well as runs national programs. These national programs are dedicated to helping shelters ensure safe and lasting dog adoptions through behavioral and temperament assessments, quality of life for dogs in shelters, and to encourage innovative and proactive community outreach programs. Sue has over 30 years of dog behavior experience, including as a dog control officer, kennel technician and animal care technician at various shelters, dog trainer and behavior counselor, a dog training instructor and temperament evaluator at the ASPCA, a boarding kennel owner, veterinary assistant, is a successful competitor in a variety of dog sports, and a teacher of dog trainers. Sue was the subject of an HBO documentary called Shelter Dogs, which aired in January of 2004, which takes a hard look at quality of life issues in shelters. She is the author of Successful Dog Adoption (Howell Book House, www.amazon.com) many DVDs on dog behavior and aggression. Sue’s two newest books, Out and About with your Dog (training and evaluating dog-dog behaviors) and Serious Fun (a guide to teaching your dog to play, training tricks and more) are available through www.greatdogproductions.com. Sue has three dogs, one adopted from a shelter in Oklahoma, one transferred into RVAA from a shelter in southern Virginia, and one adopted off a working cattle ranch in Utah, and they are all ruled by one awesome cat, Sanjay Gupta. She is an accomplished fiddle player, an avid mineral and fossil collector, loves Earl Grey tea, and is a major Star Trek fan..

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