Intro to Canine Parkour
Did you know you can earn Parkour Titles with your dog? You can! This course is designed to help you achieve your Novice Dog Parkour Title through the International Dog Parkour Association. But parkour is more than titles - get ready to strengthen your bond with your dog.
Many of us already play a version of parkour with our dogs. We encourage our dogs to interact with objects when we're out and about all of the time, right? That's awesome! The focus of this course is to make sure our dogs are performing these behaviors safely so they can participate in this sport for the rest of their lives. We will focus on confidence building and giving our dogs choice when performing parkour behaviors. In this course we will be covering all of the novice parkour behaviors: 2 Feet On, 4 Feet On, Moving Obstacle, Under, Through, In, Over, Around, Balance, Wait on Obstacle, Backup, 3 Obstacle Sequence and Creativity!
Meet Your Instructor
Canine Parkour Program Instructor
AKC Scent Work Judge
UKC Certifying Official
USCSS CSD and Judge
Certified Dog Parkour Instructor
Owner of Do Over Dog Training
What You Will Need for This Course
6 foot leash
treats and an easy way to get to them (bait bag or pockets)
obstacles - most you can find in your house!
Should You Take This Course
Are you looking to do something fun with your dog? Canine Parkour ticks off all of the boxes! Better still, playing this game can help your dog gain more confidence and body awareness, which will serve you well in a variety of other dog sports!
What is Parkour?
Keeping it Safe!
Who is Parkour for?
Where to Play Parkour?
Novice Parkour Behaviors
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