Welcome to In Sync Canine Training
Together let's go on a great journey together into the wonderful world of dog training and exploring the fun that having a trusting and honest relationship with our dogs.
Have you ever watched an agility run and felt emotional because what you are watching is so beautiful and so perfect? Perhaps you have had a run where you have felt that beauty and perfection yourself. These are the runs where handler and dog are so seamlessly connected as if bound together by some invisible and magical thread. It is this harmony, this synchronicity of teamwork most agility competitors aspire to. Many mistakenly believe that the magic can be found in training obstacles and performing drills over and over again. This could not be further from the truth. The true magic can be found in the relationship you form with your dog and the mental state you nurture and cultivate during the dogs foundation and beyond. It is about becoming the partner that your dog needs both inside and outside of the ring. Become that partner and also have the dog as a partner that you always wanted. Partners that trust each other via communication skills that each team member understands.
Learn how to establish the relationship built on trust and respect between dog and handler. When the dog and handler trust and respect each other, they can reach goals that others will dream about. Learn from the only handler to ever win the Stakes division with three different dogs. The only trainer that has trained multiple dogs to the highest achievement in NADAC, the PURPLE Achievement Cup. The PURPLE Achievement Cup is the ultimate award for team that can display both exceptional speed and distance skills. Only two dogs have ever earned more than one PURPLE Achievement Cup. Those two dogs were both trained by Sharon Nelson. Lucky, who earned 6 PURPLE Achievement Cups and Busi, who earned 5 PURPLE Achievement Cups. Sharon also earned a PURPLE Achievement Cup with Gia, owned by Donna Waugh. Learn distance handling from the most successful distance trainer and handler in the sport of dog agility.