The production quality is good although on a few of the sequences its hard to see the dog at what seemed to me were critical moments. It does present some very good information, but is definitely not for beginners.
The format is like attending a training seminar. He covers about a dozen topics, and presents each topic relative to four different dogs & handlers. The focus is transition stage issues and you have to understand the language and be familiar with transition training concepts to understand what he is talking about. I really liked seeing different dogs face the same setup and the varying performance and problems that resulted from it. He has some great dialogue regarding evaluation of the different dogs and how different dogs often require different solutions to their problems. Also, seeing the different handlers, along with their varying errors was very instructive.
I liked it and found it very helpful and informative. A live seminar would be better, but I'm just not in a position to travel the long distance to get me to one. So for me, its well worth it.
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