WLAOTC Video Library

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Dog sports videos are available for use by our members free of charge. The complete listing of the WLAOTC Video Library is below. Videos can be obtained at General Membership Meetings and are to be returned at the next month's meeting. Members can also send in suggestions of videos for purchase and/or can donate videos to the club.

Following is the WLAOTC Video Borrowing Policy:

  • These videos belong to WLAOTC and are provided for the use of members only.
  • Names and signatures are to be written on the forms provided at the time of borrowing.
  • The videos are to be borrowed for not more than one month at a time, and are to be returned at the next monthly meeting.
  • The member who borrows a video is solely responsible for returning it. If it is not returned, that member is expected to replace it or pay the club the cost of replacement.
  • If you want to borrow a video which is not available, you may put your name (and the name of the video you want to borrow) on a waiting list and the video librarian will inform the member who has it, so that you can get it at the next meeting.
  • A video may be borrowed for two consecutive months PROVIDED that the member checks to see that no one is on the waiting list for it.
  • A member may borrowed up to two videos at once.
  • The borrowing member is responsible for replacing videos that are returned damaged (other than normal wear & tear or defect) or videos that are not returned
  • Do you want to print out the current video list? Here is a .pdf version. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free download at Adobe.com).

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    Current Video Library as of 03/21/19
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    Control Unleashed - A Foundation SeminarLeslie McDevittObedienceDVD
    Comments: This 4-disc DVD set contains portions of a two-day foundation seminar where Leslie McDevitt works with dogs training in one or more dog sports that are uncomfortable or unable to work off lead around other dogs. 


    Choose To Heel 2Dawn JecsObedienceDVD
    Comments: (DVD) Includes a review of the "First Steps" from Choose to Heel book and the advancement of obedience basics and heeling. Includes flexibility exercises, cueing and footwork, heeling turns and transitions, proofing techniques, Come & Get It 


    The No-Force Method of Training (Novice)Bernie BrownObedienceVHS
    Comments: Older video. Bernie Brown was a top level competitor, author and AKC judge and an early advocate of no-force training which was new at the time. 


    Around The Clock - Scent Discrimination Janice DeMelloObedienceDVD


    Step By Step Training - Competition Obedience Workshop Janice GunnObedienceDVD


    The Retrieve For All BreedsDiane BaumanObedienceDVD


    Dogs are Problem Solvers - Complete Obedience Training (Tape 2)Connie ClevelandObedienceVHS
    Comments: In this DVD Connie covers recall skills (recalls, signals, drop on recall) and jumping skills (broad jump, go-outs and directed jumping). Comes with Booklet 


    Dogs are Problem Solvers - Complete Obedience Training (Tape 3)Connie ClevelandObedienceVHS
    Comments: This DVD focuses on heeling skills (heeling, halts, finishes and pivots), retrieving skills (flat retrieve, gloves, high jump and scent articles) and stationary skills (group stays, stand for exam and moving stand). Comes with Booklet 


    Fundamentals – Foundation Training for Every DogBrenda AloffObedienceDVD
    Comments: Establish consistent behaviors for easy, reliable handling and lay the foundation for more advanced training. Brenda Aloff is a professional dog trainer and author of Aggression In Dogs and Canine Body Language. 


    Obedience Without Conflict Ivan BalabanovObedienceDVD
    Comments: This trainer cross-trains for Schutzhund also, so these methods may be better suited to larger, high-drive dogs. Uses prey-drive motivation. 


    Positively Fetching: Teaching Obedience Retrieves Using FoodAdele Yunck and Judy ByronObedienceVHS
    Comments: With Booklet 


    Positively Ringwise (Preparing for Competition)Patty RuzzoObedienceCD
    Comments: Secrets for improving your handling to successfully show off your training in the competitive obedience ring. Includes proper footwork, eye cues, warm-ups, and techniques for remaining calm and focused in the ring. 90 minutes. Listen while you drive to th 


    Rally Obedience – Start To FinishDonna MastersObedienceDVD
    Comments: This is a DVD demonstrating all the 2008 Rally Obedience exercises used by the American Kennel Club. There are video clips of each exercise and written instructions. 


    Really Reliable RecallLeslie NelsonObedienceDVD
    Comments: Easy to follow steps to train your dog to come when it really counts, in an emergency. Learn how to build trust and ensure safety. Once trained, the recall works immediately in any situation, no matter what your dog is doing. He doesn’t think, he doesn’t  


    Virtual Competition (Dog Show Noise and Invisible Judge)Bonnie PeregoyObedienceCD and Audio Tape
    Comments: Helpful in proofing a sound-sensitive dog for competition  


    Around the Clock Method of Scent DiscriminationJanice De MelloObedienceVHS
    Comments: Janice DeMello's Around the Clock Method of Scent Discrimination was produced in 1992. This video provides all that you need to teach your dog articles, even if you're working entirely alone.  


    Attention and Handling, "The Birth of Teamwork" Terri ArnoldObedienceVHS
    Comments: Older video. Terri Arnold is a top competitor who has presented seminars and workshops for beginner students through advanced dog trainers throughout the U.S. and Canada. 


    Best Foot Forward – A Guide to Obedience HandlingBarbara HandlerObedienceVHS
    Comments: This video will help you to avoid handler errors in the obedience ring, determine if your dog is ready to compete, prepare you properly, and score your best. For novice through utility competitors. 


    Competing with A Small Dog - NoviceBarbara Cecil and Gerianne DarnellObedienceVHS
    Comments: Special techniques for competitive obedience training of small breeds. 


    Competing with A Small Dog - OpenBarbara Cecil and Gerianne DarnellObedienceVHS
    Comments: Use motivators, mostly food, to get spunky, upbeat and confident performances from small breeds not usually associated with obedience. 


    Competing with A Small Dog - UtilityBarbara Cecil and Gerianne DarnellObedienceVHS
    Comments: Step-by-step approach from experts. Final tape in the series teaches the utility exercises. 


    Competitive Obedience - NoviceAnnemarie SilvertonObedienceVHS
    Comments: Teach heeling, getting attention, stay, stand, conditioned jumping, and begin Open work with the "hold" for retrieve. This is an older video, so some of the methods are a bit dated now. (One copy marked damaged 5/1/11) 


    Competitive Obedience - PuppyAnnemarie SilvertonObedienceVHS
    Comments: Learn to select the right puppy, create a successful environment and teach preliminary obedience needed for competition. This is an older video, so some of the methods are a bit dated now.  


    Competitive Obedience- UtilityAnnemarie SilvertonObedienceVHS
    Comments: Teach correct go-outs, hand signals, scent articles, directed jumping and retrieving gloves. This is an older video, so some of the methods are a bit dated now.  


    Dogs are Problem Solvers - Complete Obedience Training (Tape 1)Connie ClevelandObedienceVHS
    Comments: In this DVD untrained dogs are taught basic skills. Approximately two-dozen dogs of varying breeds and their handlers are featured learning basic skills. Comes with Booklet 


    Go-Outs - The Concept of StraightJanice De MelloObedienceVHS
    Comments: Older video. Uses a precise and repetitive method to teach the go-out exercise in utility. For the experienced handler. 


    It's Magic - Part 1Sylvia BishopObedienceVHS
    Comments: Older video. Sylvia Bishop is a famous UK dog trainer, whose videos offer techniques she has used for more than 30 years and they are still applicable today. 


    It's Magic - Part IISylvia BishopObedienceVHS
    Comments: Older video. Sylvia Bishop has a unique and deceptively simple approach to training. 


    Problem Solving in HeelingAnnemarie SilvertonObedienceVHS
    Comments: The foundation for all obedience training is focused attention. A problem-solving video, this needs to follow the basic work. This is an older video, so some of the methods are a bit dated now.  


    Problem Solving in UtilityAnnemarie SilvertonObedienceVHS
    Comments: Featuring top obedience competitor and instructor Anne Marie Silverton, who is known for her outstanding personal success in the obedience ring. This is an older video, so some of the methods are a bit dated now.  


    The Foundations of Competitive Obedience (Tape 1 - Basic Skills)Joanne PlumbObedienceVHS
    Comments: This trainer cross-trains for Schutzhund also, so these methods may be better suited to larger, high-drive dogs 


    The Foundations of Competitive Obedience (Tape 2 - Teaching Precision)Joanne PlumbObedienceVHS
    Comments: This trainer cross-trains for Schutzhund also, so these methods may be better suited to larger, high-drive dogs 


    The Massage Ear Pinch Method of Forced RetrieveJanice De MelloObedienceVHS
    Comments: Older video. Many trainers no longer use this method but it is effective when correctly performed. Not for beginners.  


    UKC Obedience VideoUnited Kennel ClubObedienceVHS
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    Clicker Training
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    Clicking for the Well-Mannered DogShirley ChongClicker TrainingVHS
    Comments: Basic obedience using clicker training. Training is very low-key, laid back, casual. Assumes prior knowledge of clicker training theory. (Missing-5/1/11) 


    Clicker MagicKaren PryorClicker TrainingDVD
    Comments: Learn what clicker training is all about if you're a beginner, fill in the gaps if you've been working on your own, get inspiration if you're an experienced instructor or trainer.  


    Competitive Obedience ClicksShirley ChongClicker TrainingDVD
    Comments: Details of competitive obedience are taught using clicker methods. Assumes prior knowledge of clicker theory and methods.  
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    Contacts : Bridging the Gap Between training and CompetitionRachel SandersAgilityDVD
    Comments: This DVD will show you why your two-on/two-off performances are deteriorating. It will also provide a comprehensive training plan for "release work" on the contacts. 

    Foundation JumpingSusan SaloAgilityDVD
    Comments: (Lost, Replaced 5/11) 

    Foundation Training For AgilityMoe StrenfelAgilityDVD
    Comments: Whether you are starting to train a new puppy for agility or you need to brush up on some skills with an experienced dog, you'll find suitable groundwork exercises for dogs at any level in this three DVD set.  

    Front and Rear CrossesStacey Peardot-GoudyAgilityDVD
    Comments: This DVD covers all of the steps involved in teaching front and rear crosses. Stacy's training methods are appropriate for puppies, dogs that need to be retrained, and all stages in between.  

    Agility in Motion 2.8 Apr 2005Agility in MotionAgilityDVD
    Comments: Agility Video Magazine. Vol 2 No 8 Apr 2005 

    Agility in Motion 2.9 June 2005Agility in MotionAgilityDVD
    Comments: Agility Video Magazine Vol 2 No 9 June 2005 

    Agility in Motion 2.10 Aug 2005Agility in MotionAgilityDVD
    Comments: Agility Video Magazine Vol 2 No 10 Aug 2005 DVD and VHS 

    Agility in Motion 2.11 Oct 2005Agility in MotionAgilityDVD
    Comments: Agility Video Magazine Vol 2 No 11 Oct 2005 DVD and VHS 

    Agility in Motion 2.12 Dec 2005Agility in MotionAgilityDVD
    Comments: Agility Video Magazine Vol 2 No 11 Dec 2005 DVD and VHS 

    Agility in Motion 2.7 Feb 2.7Agility in MotionAgilityDVD
    Comments: Agility Video-magazine. Vol 2 No 7 Feb 2005 DVD and VHS 

    Serpentines, Threadles & 270's Stacey Peardot-GoudyAgilityDVD
    Comments: Breaks down the training and handling of three patterns often seen on agility courses - serpentines, threadles, and 270s - into easy-to-follow steps for both dog and handler. 

    World Class WeavesJoe CanovaAgilityDVD
    Comments: Joe will not only show you how to teach your dog to weave, but also finding difficult entries, holding on to a consistent and dynamic performance with speed, accuracy and independence.  

    2 X 2 Weave Training Susan GarrettAgilityDVD

    Human Agility Training - Vol 1 Running Mechanics and Dynamic Warm-upLori HansenAgilityDVD
    Comments: Sport specific conditioning for the Human half of the team. 

    One Jump Two JumpSandy RogersAgilityDVD

    Teeter From Start To FinishWendy PapeAgilityDVD

    The Pre-Sports PuppyRachel SandersAgilityDVD

    The Winning Combination - Great Dog Great HandlerGreg DerrettAgilityDVD

    4 on the Floor – Modified Running ContactsAnn CroftAgilityDVD
    Comments: Learn how Ann Croft teaches a modified running contact for achieving both speed and accuracy while being easy on the structure of your dog.  

    Agility Fix-it - Contacts and Weave PolesJulie DanielsAgilityDVD
    Comments: Features an introduction to operant training with segments on using targets for upside and downside contacts, using hoops on contacts, a game for reinforcing contact performance, weave pole entries, weave pole exits, and speed in the weave poles. 

    Control at a DistanceAmanda NelsonAgilityDVD
    Comments: Amanda has developed a system for teaching dogs how to work at a distance and which obstacle to take without hesitation. Fully authored DVD with Menu Page. (2 copies in library 62 and 62-B, 5/11) 

    Go The Distance:Training Your Dog To Work Away Vol. 1Stacey Peardot-GoudyAgilityDVD
    Comments: Training your agility dog to work away - a key element of success in any agility venue. Exercises can be tailored to any level. 

    Go The Distance:Training Your Dog To Work Away Vol.2Stacey Peardot-GoudyAgilityDVD
    Comments: This is the 2nd volume in the series, gradually adding distance over time as the dog becomes comfortable and reliable at each stage. The exercises can be tailored to any level of dog. 

    Great Dog, Shame About The HandlerGreg Derrett AgilityDVD
    Comments: Greg Derrett covers all the handling aspects needed to get the best out of you and your agility dog. Explains the proven and successful methods and handling system, taking you through more than fifty training exercises. With booklet.  

    In Focus – Foundation WorkDeborah Jones and Judy KellerAgilityDVD
    Comments: Deborah Jones and Judy Keller developed the FOCUS program to help you create a happy working partner that is ready and eager to train. Dogs with FOCUS do not get off-track and distracted.  

    In Focus – Need for SpeedDeborah Jones and Judy KellerAgilityDVD
    Comments: Sometimes a dog doesn't show as much enthusiasm about doing agility as we would like him to. Learn what you can do to change your dog's reaction to agility so that you can both have fun doing this sport. 

    Success With One JumpSusan GarrettAgilityDVD
    Comments: A video that gives you the tools to improve your skills as a handler, regardless of the size of your backyard. Provides clear instruction on more than 20 exercises. 

    Walking The CourseKathy KeatsAgilityDVD
    Comments: Learn how to use your walk-through time effectively and plan your agility runs. 36 Minutes. 

    Agility Dog TrainingCL and VR KramerAgilityVHS
    Comments: Older video, Black & white, includes old style obstacles such as sway bridge, weave hoops, ladder. In 1987, Charles (Bud) Kramer founded the National Club for Dog Agility (NCDA).  

    Agility Foundation TrainingGreg Derrett AgilityDVD
    Comments: Covers all the essential basic training techniques to give you and your dog the strong foundation needed to build a successful agility career.  

    Agility In Motion 1.1 Jan 2004Agility In MotionAgilityVHS
    Comments: Agility Video-magazine. Vol 1, No 1, Jan 2004  

    Agility Is Fun - Control ExercisesRuth HobdayAgilityVHS
    Comments: Older video. Ruth Hobday was involved in agility since 1979. Her famous Border Collie, Heidi, was the top dog in the U.K. for nearly three years. 

    Competitive Agility Training - Advanced SkillsJane Simmons-MoakeAgilityVHS
    Comments: Illustrates how to isolate and train many of the skills necessary to successfully compete at the most advanced levels of competition. Also describes how to strengthen and maintain existing skills for attaining predictable, solid performances in the ring.  

    Competitive Agility Training - ObstaclesJane Simmons-MoakeAgilityVHS
    Comments: Illustrates how to teach your dog to negotiate each of the competition obstacles safely and efficiently, with competitive excellence in mind. Includes principles for building a strong foundation for future work in sequencing and advanced competition skill 

    Competitive Agility Training - Sequence TrainingJane Simmons-MoakeAgilityVHS
    Comments: How to sequence smoothly from one obstacle to the next, allowing you to reach your dog's highest potential for speed and accuracy. Sequence Training focuses on helping you to develop a consistent set of cues for communicating with your dog. 
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    Handling 1 - BasicMichael Kemp ConformationDVD
    Comments: So you've got your first show dog and you want to show him yourself? Good for you! Now get this video and learn how to handle from Michael Kemp, top professional handler. Designed for the novice. 

    Handling II - AdvancedMichael KempConformationDVD
    Comments: Learn show handling techniques from Michael Kemp, professional handler and winner of the 1992 Westminster Best in Show. For the advanced, but non-professional, handler. 

    DogstepsRachel Page Elliot ConformationDVD
    Comments: The most complete information on canine gait and movement available in video format. Includes anatomical diagrams and film clips of still and moving x-rays which provide a look at bone and joint motion inside the dog. 

    Preparation and Presentation of the Show DogJeffrey Lynn BruckerConformationDVD
    Comments: A training course for the conformation ring with Jeffrey Brucker, one of top handlers in the US. Very detailed on all aspects of showing dogs and dog shows. For the more advanced, but non-professional handler. 

    AKC Video SeriesIn The Ring With Mr. WrongConformationVHS
    Comments: Old video. Covers how to handle your dog and deal with difficult judges.  

    Canine CineradiographyRachel Page Elliot ConformationDVD
    Comments: The moving X-Rays in this DVD show precisely what the bones and joints are doing when a dog is in motion. 

    Puppy Puzzle - Evaluating StructureBob and Pat HastingsConformationDVD
    Comments: The Hastings approach to evaluating the structural quality of puppies. Learn from the pros how to choose the right puppy for your breeding program and the show ring, obedience, agility, field trials, or home. 
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    Canine Performance MedicinePat PerkinsHealthDVD
    Comments: This DVD offers a full day workshop covering the role of pain in canine performance, basics of canine acupuncture, basics of canine chiropractic, pre-performance stretching routines, and what to do when chiropractic, acupuncture and exercise aren’t enough 

    Proactive NutritionMonica SegalHealthCD
    Comments: Recommended by Jean Dobbs. This seminar is geared towards people who believe that we can affect the health of our pets by considering nutritional facts as they might pertain to an individual dog.  

    Building The Canine AthleteC. Zink, DVM and L McCauley, DVMHealthDVD
    Comments: Lots of great exercises well presented. Not just for canine performance athletes, it's for all dogs who enjoy any kind of physical activity. 

    Strengthening the Performance DogDebbie Gross SaundersHealthDVD
    Comments: Demonstrates and explains a variety of strengthening exercises that should be part of your crosstraining program outside of agility. 

    Pilates For PoochesSarah Johnson, MA and Andrew Sams, DVMHealthDVD
    Comments: A core strengthening and conditioning program 

    Do-It-Yourself Canine Therapeutic MassageDr. Cindy DiFranco, DVMHealthDVD
    Comments: National agility competitor and veterianarian, Dr. Cindy DiFranco, teaches you how to give your dog the ultimate therapeutic massage.  

    Emergency First Aid for DogsApogee Entertainment LLCHealthDVD
    Comments: The decisions you make in the first critical minutes of a medical emergency can determine the outcome. This DVD will provide the knowledge you need to act quickly and confidently. 

    The BARF (Bones and Raw Food) DietDr. Billinghurst HealthDVD
    Comments: Developed by Australian veterinarian Ian Billinghurst, the BARF diet is based on feeding raw, meaty bones, animal offal, raw vegetables, and supplements instead of commercially-processed or cooked homemade diets.  
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    Herding I - OverviewJeanne Joy HartnagleHerdingDVD
    Comments: The viewer will learn about successful herding from award-winning author, breeder, trainer, and judge Jeanne Joy Hartnagle. This video is an introduction and overview of herding.  

    Come Bye and Away - Early Stages of Sheepdog TrainingH. Glyn JonesHerdingDVD
    Comments: Demonstrates the early stages of sheepdog training when a young dog is first let loose with sheep. Features internationally known herding expert H. Glyn Jones and Border Collies. 

    All Breed Herding: The Next Steps Lynn LeachHerdingDVD
    Comments: Picks up where Vol. 1 finishes. Begins with ideas to slow your dog down, teaches respect of the flight zone and a straight walk-up; demonstrates drills to extend and widen the outrun, followed by trial skills. 

    An Introduction to All Breed HerdingLynn LeachHerdingVHS
    Comments: Shows 19 different herding breeds in action. Shows how to handle problems common to upright, loose-eyed breeds, instinct tests, first introductions to stock, and more. 
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    TrackingSteve WhiteTrackingDVD
    Comments: Complete 12 hour seminar in 6-disc set. The six DVDs include lecture, video presentations, power point graphics, and hands-on tracking instruction. There are at least two methods each for tracking, article identification and scent discrimination. 

    Tracking FundamentalsSandy GanzTrackingDVD
    Comments: Will guide you through track laying, mapping, puppy training, and adult dog training with the same program the author uses in her beginning tracking classes. 
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    Audio Books
    These are novels and biographies on dog-related topics, on CDs, good for listening in your car on the way to far-away dog shows.
    (The Audiobooks are not the property of WLAOTC, but are from the collection of Gabrielle Beaubrun. They are available for free loan to Club Members just like the videos.)
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    Karen LondonCanine Play Including Its Relationship to AggressionOtherDVD
    Comments: Dr. London explains how following simple rules can prevent the escalation of play into aggression, the benefits and risks of common games people play with their dogs and why play is such an important part of the relationship between people and dogs. (Lost 


    Flying Dogs: An Introduction to Dock JumpingMark StuartOtherDVD


    Power of Positive Training--Tape 2Ted TurnerOtherVHS
    Comments: Extinguishing Aggression and Other Problem Behaviors & Proactive Behavior Management. Older Video. Tape 2 of set. Tape 1 lost. 


    Calming signals: What Your Dog Tells YouTurid RugaasOtherDVD
    Comments: Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas is a noted expert on canine body language, notably “calming signals” which are signals dogs give other dogs and humans that denote stress. The DVD shows footage of calming signals, how dogs use them, and how you can use  


    Dogs That Changed The World FM Abraham (Documentary)OtherDVD
    Comments: Award-winning PBS Series on the evolution of dogs and their relationships with humans.Click Here for more info


    Extaordinary BondAKC Video seriesOtherVHS
    Comments: The AKC honors the human-canine bond with the creation of the AKC Humane Fund Awards for Canine Excellence (ACE). 


    Training for Silent HuntingJ.M. NahornOtherDVD
    Comments: This video is an excellent presentation of a new, gentle and humane way to develop a puppy into a great hunting partner. There's no force or "breaking" and she shows how the pup can be encouraged to think for himself, without the use of voi 


    Unleash Your Dog's PotentialLinda Tellington-JonesOtherDVD
    Comments: Demonstrates the TTouch techniques that will help dogs overcome many physical and behavioral problems, including excessive barking and chewing, leash pulling, jumping up, fear-biting, timidity and shyness, more. 


    War Dogs - America's Forgotten HeroesMartin Sheen [Narrator] OtherVHS
    Comments: Award-winning and moving documentary about the important role of dogs in the Vietnam War.Click Here for more info


    Working With Fearful DogsNicole Wilde, CDPTOtherDVD
    Comments: Incorporates lecture, photographs and extensive video footage to explore the art of working with fearful dogs. Topics include causes and prevention; how fear manifests; recognized and lesser-known stress signals. Seminar - 3 disc set.  


    Am I SafeSarah KalnajsOtherDVD
    Comments: The art and science of canine behavior assessments. 


    Dog PlayPatricia B. McConnell, PhDOtherDVD
    Comments: Understanding play between dogs, and between dogs and people. 


    Stub - The Best CowDog in the WestDisney Movie ClubOtherDVD
    Comments: Entertainment 


    Your New Dog and YouAKC (American Kennel Club)OtherDVD
    Comments: A beginner's guide to dog care and training. 


    Dancing With Your Dog - Getting StartedSandra DavisOtherDVD
    Comments: Learn Musical Canine Freestyle, an exciting activity where dog and handler perform dance type movements together to music.  


    Dedication and Everlasting Love to AnimalsD.E.L.T.A. RescueOtherVHS
    Comments: Older video. Learn more about the work of D.E.L.T.A. Rescue saving dogs and cats who are abandoned in the wilderness, housing them at its no-kill sanctuary. (Missing 5/1/11) 


    Language of Dogs – Understanding Canine CommunicationSarah KalnajsOtherDVD
    Comments: Features a presentation and extensive footage of a variety of breeds showing hundreds of examples of canine behavior and body language. 


    America's Top Dog CompetitionA&E TV ChannelOtherVHS
    Comments: See WLAOTC members compete! 


    Competitive Obedience - OpenAnnemarie SilvertonOtherVHS
    Comments: Continue your competitive obedience training by teaching the retrieve, high jump and drop on recall. This is an older video, so some of the methods are a bit dated now.  


    The Lassie Dog Training SystemBob WeatherwaxOtherVHS
    Comments: Older video 1994. Two tape set. 


    The Tellington TouchLinda Tellington-JonesOtherVHS
    Comments: An overview of the TTouch technique, which combines traditional veterinary and therapeutic bodywork techniques; plus the story of how author Linda Tellington Jones developed it and got her start. Older video. 
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