Clinics and Seminars

We train dogs for the real world. The foundation that makes a good farm and ranch dog is also the same groundwork necessary to create a successful trial dog. 

No two dogs are alike, so we have to be flexible and willing to modify the teaching process for each dog’s individual and unique abilities. We like to give dogs as much opportunity as possible to learn how to think for themselves to enhance their natural “stock savvy.”

We also enjoy working with people to give them the skills necessary to train and handle their own dogs. That way each handler learns to develop his or her dog’s natural ability to the highest potential.

Next all-breed stockdog clinic dates:

2016

April 02 and 03 2016

Jim Hartnagle will be at Deb Conroy’s farm in Farmington, Minnesota. For more information please contact Deb Conroy by e-mail: conroyfarm@hotmail.com

April, 15, 16, and 17th 2016

Jeanne Joy will be in Jackson Creek, North Carolina at Kay Delk-Keziah’s Maple Grove Farm. For more information please contact her by e-mail: maplegrovefarm@yahoo.com or phone 336-241-2817 h or 336-964-5642 c.

April, 30, and May 01st 2016

Jeanne Joy will be at Terri Carver ‘s Ranch in Brenham Texas. For more information please contact her by e-mail: tmhill71@hotmail.com

June 09 and 10 2016

Jim Hartnagle will be in Payette Idaho. For more information please contact Lyle and Carol Gerken. Call 208-739-8301

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Jeanne Joy and Kyle

It has been said, “Most of the footprints in the sands of time were made by working shoes.” By the side of those footprints are paw prints. – Jeanne Joy

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Jim hartnagle

“Training is not anyone’s big secret. It is a lot of shared techniques that are used to enhance the instincts and working ability of a good dog.” – Jim Hartnagle

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