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Let the Games Begin!

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Terry Ryan - filmed 2009 - this DVD qualifies for 3 trainer CCPDT CEUs

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Let the Games Begin!

Presented by: Terry Ryan

DVD- 2 disc set

"Let The Games Begin" incorporates much of the material in Terry Ryan's book Life Beyond Block Heeling and the out-of-print book Games People Play to Train Their Dog. Terry focuses on the video audience with lecture and introduces many games that can be played with your dogs as an owner, and also games to use in your training class. This DVD presentation includes PowerPoint, lecture, and demo footage of people playing the games, in order to provide a visual of how the games work to train your dog. As an added bonus, Let The Games Begin also includes the book in PDF format written by Terry Ryan and published in 1996 Games People Play To Train Their Dog. The agenda on this DVD is the following:

  • Strategies for Training Class
  • Themes for Parties
  • Lateral Thinking Games
  • Personal Best Games
  • Enrichment (you and your dog)
  • Especially for Kids Games
  • Holiday Themes
  • Games to use in class
  • Games to use at home


A CD-ROM with presentation material is included with purchase of this DVD.





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Additional Info

Type DVD universal format
Run Time 2 hrs 45 mins
Presenter Terry Ryan
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2009, Tawzer Dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO) Terry Ryan, CPDT-KA, President of Legacy Canine Behavior & Training, has been a dog training class instructor since 1968. Through Legacy, Terry teaches pet dog classes, writes books, presents national and international seminars and workshops, hosts interns and consults. She was the Coordinator of the People-Pet Partnership, College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University from 1981 until 1994. Terry was a competitor and American Kennel Club judge. She’s on the American Humane Society’s advisory board for humane dog training. Terry and her husband, Bill, live in Sequim with their English Cocker Spaniel, Brody.

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