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AKC Rally: The Complete Guide - 2ND EDITION by Bea Moore


AKC Rally: The Complete Guide - 2ND EDITION
Bea Moore

** This is the newly updated version released 2013. AKC Rally DVD - The Complete Guide - Version 2 with up-to-date regulations as of Jan 1, 2013

This DVD has a very complex Menu. You can either play the whole DVD from the beginning "Play All" and not miss a thing! or you can go to any of the sections listed below to get to an area you are interested in digesting. Either way, you will leave this videos with a complete understanding of Rally. The demonstrations of each sign are very detailed and several dogs are used for each sign.


In AKC Rally, the dog and handler will move continuously to complete a course of 10-20 numbered stations together. Each of these stations has a sign that is to be performed. The dog will be at the handler's left side. the judge will say "Forward" and the team will complete the entire sequence of numbered signs. Unlimited communication from the handler to the dog is encouraged. Handlers can talk, praise, encourage, clap their hands, pat their legs, or use any verbal means of encouragement including multiple commands and/or signals with one or both arms and hands. The handler may not touch the dog at any time during the performance.

In this DVD, you will see detailed demonstrations of 58 Exercises - many from two viewpoints. It also features:

- Viewpoints commonly used by Judges
- Principal parts of exercises
- Entering & Leaving the ring
- Honor
- Common errors made by handlers
- Comparisons of Correct & Incorrect performances
- Demonstrations by several breeds: Great Dane, Standard Poodle, Golden Retriever, Border Collie Mix, West Highland Terrier, Boston Terrier.

This is the perfect Rally DVD that answers all of your questions about Rally.


Bea Moore has enjoyed teaching and working with many aspects of AKC Tracking since 1994. She has handled two of her dogs to earn their Champion Tracker Titles and has personally seen how many handlers and/or dogs fail and how some handlers and/or dogs pass tracking tests.

She has been involved with training dogs since 1984, and her first obedience dog, Au, earned an obedience Utility title. After Au, came her second Golden Retriever, Ember, who became a Champion Tracker, and has a Utility Dog and a Rally Novice title. Ember was bred in 1997 and Bea kept a pup from the litter and named him Journey. Journey is now a Champion Tracker and has UD, RAE OAP OJP VCD2 JH CGC & TDI titles. Journey has also earned his International Championship and Golden Retriever Club of America titles of WC CCA VCX. Journey has helped with successfully tracking two lost dogs in December 2000 and December 2001 who escaped from automobile accidents on major highways in California.


This title is in the following categories:

Agility
Obedience
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