Monique Plinck Agility Seminar- Afraid to Commit?
Building B- 2962 Shafto Road, Tinton Falls, NJ
Bayshore Companion Dog CLub
Building B (on turf)(Crating in air conditioning)
Saturday July 2, 2022 1:00PM to 4:30PM
3.5 hours Limited to 6 teams
Afraid to commit?: Does your dog have commitment to obstacle issues? This seminar will teach them to love commitment.
Members: $120.00 Non-Members: $135.00 Auditing: $35.00
If you are interested in signing up for any of the seminars listed please go to the Bayshore Companion Dog Club website located at: www.Bayshoredogclub.org and look under “Class Registration” and you can look up the seminars by using the presenters name or the date of the seminar. If you have any questions contact Jo A. Lesko at Windncr69@aol.com or 732-236-1121
Crating indoors in air conditioning will be available as well as a kiddie pool.
Payment can be made via Paypal on the website after registering for your spot or via check mailed out to BCDC and mailed to:
C/O BCDC Seminar
Confirmation of your spot is made upon receipt of payment. Seminar fees are not refunded unless we have a waitlist to fill your spot. If you are unable to attend and we do not have anyone on the waitlist you may try and sell your spot.
About Monique Plinck:
Monique brings a unique teaching style that incorporates her strong sense of humor with over 20 years of experience as a coach and competitor in the agility world. Her students love her analogies and her real-life experiences that she interweaves with her expert dog training. She firmly believes that training must be fun!
Monique’s extensive knowledge of the sport is unparalleled, having competed in 6 different jump heights with a variety of breeds in 4 separate venues. She has enjoyed competing at the highest international level, representing the USA on 8 different world teams with 2 different dogs, yet she is easily able to identify with competitors at all levels.Monique loves being a part of the success of the teams she coaches and ensures they set out with brilliantly trained skills as well as the confidence to rely on them. She modifies her instruction to benefit the individuality of each team, and her goal is to create a handler who can confidently analyze a course, to choose and execute their best handling options to the strengths of their team.
Monique is always at the forefront of the rapid evolution of the sport of agility and enjoys bringing new skills and sharing the latest challenges with her students. Monique was selected to be a OneMind Dogs Assistant coach, and her understanding of that methodology perfectly complements and strengthens her own long developed style. Never satisfied to sit still, she constantly continues to advance her training and progress her handling to suit the needs of the current day. Monique Plinck is the owner of Criterion Agility.