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Join us for Carol Cassity's 2.5-day seminar Building Teamwork With Your Retriever!

Mary and Stephen Paulich

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 23-25, 2017

Friday and Saturday 8:30 - 4:30
Sunday 8:30 - 12:30

Training grounds located in Shenevus, NY

Lunch included on Friday and Saturday.
There is an optional dinner with Carol on Saturday evening

Auditors: $125
Working Teams: All spots are filled
Saturday dinner: $20

Contact Mary Paulich at [email protected]

In this seminar Carol will work with dog/handler teams that are training for the senior and master levels.
The seminar is designed to build teamwork between dog and handler using both yard drills and marking concepts. Auditors are encouraged to fully participate in the seminar, with the exception of running a dog. Live flyers will be used on at least one day.

As a gifted special education teacher, Carol takes her experience as a teacher and applies it to retriever training. Ask anyone who has been to a Carol Cassity seminar if it was worth their time and money and they will give you a resounding "YES"!!!! That is why her seminars fill so quickly!

More About Carol Cassity:

Carol Cassity is the author of “Building a Retriever, Drills & More.” Carol has been training her own dogs as an amateur since 1993. She has had experience working with a variety of pro trainers and breeds while working towards advanced titles in the hunt test game. Carol has worked with Chessies, Goldens, Labs, Tollers, Poodles, Boykins, Drahthaars, Curlies and Flat Coated Retrievers. She competes at both AKC and HRC hunt tests. Carol is a AA Finished judge in HRC. She has put multiple hunt test titles on her Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and Golden Retrievers, including: Grand Hunting Retriever Champion, Master Hunter, Hunting Retriever Champion, and Upland Hunter. Carol’s dog Tally was the first Chesapeake Bay Retriever to achieve the titles of Grand Hunting Retriever Champion, 500 points and Master Hunter in the United States and the first of any breed in Florida. This past April Carol was honored to be one of the judges at the Hunting Retriever Club's International Grand in Greensboro, Alabama.
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