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pawsitivekinection@gmail.com

120 Route 10 South, Grantham, NH 03753

It's not about the ribbons, titles or recognition, it's about the relationship between human and canine. 

The Pawsitive Kinection Training Center

Dogs know how to speak, we just need to know how to listen.

Up Coming Special Events

Jan 12, 2020

1/12 - Scentwork - Advanced Elements with Ariane Bailey!

- Unpaired Hides

- Odor Obedience

- Blind Hides and How to Use Them

- Search Plans

- Thresholds, Corners & Elevations

- CCPDT CEU's Approved

Working Spots $155 - Auditing Spots $75

Jan 19, 2020

1/19 - Obstacle Commitment on the Run Working Spots FILLED - Auditing Available!

About Amanda: Amanda Shyne has been competing in dog agility for 10 years. She and her Border Collie, Dilly, were the 2007 and 2009 USDAA Northeast Regional Grand Prix of Dog Agility winners in the 22" class. In 2014 they won the Northeast Regional Performance Grand Prix in the 16" class. The team was also a USDAA Dog Agility Steeplechase finalist at the Cynosport World Games in 2008 and 2009, and a USDAA Grand Prix of Dog finalist at the World Games in 2007, 2008, and 2009, placing 3rd in 2008. At the 2010 AKC National Agility Championships, Amanda and Dilly won the AKC International Jumpers class and the combined International Jumpers/Standard class. Amanda believes in motion based handling systems. As a long time Linda Mecklenberg follower she has had an easy time transitioning to the One Mind Dog system and loves teaching students the new techniques. Amanda is a tenured professor of Psychology at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts and teaches classes in statistics, learning, dog evolution, and animal behavior. However, her passion is teaching agility. Recently, she began teaching agility online. Information about her online classes can be found on her website Datadrivenagility.com.This is highly recommended for any of the Pawsitive Kinection Students!

Jan 25, 2020

1/25 - Happy Ratters 2:30-5:30

Happy Ratters is similar to Barn Hunt. The goal is the dog/handler team finding vermin in an "urban" setting as many dogs were bred to do originally. It is an extremely fun way to bond with your dog, give them a job, build confidence, and expend energy. Although not all dogs were bred to hunt vermin, ANY dog can join the fun and climb the levels and gain titles or just come for the fun. It's a great sport for dogs who don't like being in the company of other dogs but still want a job. It is extremely rewarding for both humans and dogs and thats what its all about. The rats are not harmed in any way and are used to dogs. They are kept in well ventilated "houses" during the trials.

Pawsitive Kinection will be hosting this introduction workshop, run and trial and then will be offering monthly trials and runs for those who love it! I cant wait to see my own dogs thrive in this sport. NO EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED TO ATTEND!

Feb 02, 2020

2/2 - Skills & Drills - Amanda Shyne

About Amanda: Amanda Shyne has been competing in dog agility for 10 years. She and her Border Collie, Dilly, were the 2007 and 2009 USDAA Northeast Regional Grand Prix of Dog Agility winners in the 22" class. In 2014 they won the Northeast Regional Performance Grand Prix in the 16" class. The team was also a USDAA Dog Agility Steeplechase finalist at the Cynosport World Games in 2008 and 2009, and a USDAA Grand Prix of Dog finalist at the World Games in 2007, 2008, and 2009, placing 3rd in 2008. At the 2010 AKC National Agility Championships, Amanda and Dilly won the AKC International Jumpers class and the combined International Jumpers/Standard class. Amanda believes in motion based handling systems. As a long time Linda Mecklenberg follower she has had an easy time transitioning to the One Mind Dog system and loves teaching students the new techniques. Amanda is a tenured professor of Psychology at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts and teaches classes in statistics, learning, dog evolution, and animal behavior. However, her passion is teaching agility. Recently, she began teaching agility online. Information about her online classes can be found on her website Datadrivenagility.com.This is highly recommended for any of the Pawsitive Kinection Students!

Mar 01, 2020

3/1 - Scentwork - Advanced Elements II with Ariane Bailey!

- Inaccessible Hides

- Distance Work

- Distractions

- Exteriors & Vehicles

- Mock Searches

- CCPDT CEU's Approved

Mar 22, 2020

3/22 - Amanda Shyne

Apr 19, 2020

4/19 - Amanda Shyne

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