Jokers Notebook #0

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Okay… I’m finally done with the #0 issue of the Jokers Notebook. It has been quite a bit of work. I’m hoping that this will be a highly regarded reference for distance training in dog agility.

This is a unique publication of the Jokers Notebook; a single reference for the training steps that one might take for a young pup in the first couple years of the dog’s life. Issue zero of the Jokers Notebook is intended as a companion piece to all of the other Notebooks that we publish. While an individual Notebook might detail training steps for a skill, this reference is intended to be a consolidated resource dedicated solely to foundation training steps.

Our price $10.00; 126 pages.

Bud’s Google-proof Trivia Contest

The drawing on the cover of issue #0 of the Jokers Notebook previously appeared on the cover of two Clean Run publications. What were they?

First correct answer, posted as a reply to this blog post, wins a free copy of the August Jokers Notebook.

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Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston: BudHouston@hughes.net. Check out my latest publication the Jokers Notebook ~ Dog Agility Distance Training ~ Issue #0 ~ August 2010 available on the Country Dream Web Store: http://countrydream.wordpress.com/web-store/ . Readers of my web log get a discount: Enter “special00” in the box for the discount code. And that will take $5.00 off the price of the order.

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5 Responses to “Jokers Notebook #0”

  1. Michelle Says:

    Introductory Agility Workbook
    and another I have stashed away somewhere that I can’t recall

    lol

    • budhouston Says:

      Wow Michelle… that’s really good. You’re already half right, but have opened the door for somebody to steal your answer… by finding the other part.

      Funny thing… I was at an agility trial a couple weeks ago and while I was awaiting my run…. right next to the club’s “library” I showed the gate steward a book they had in the library with a drawing of me and one of my old dogs. I also noted that the drawing I was using for the Jokers Notebook was on that cover… and like you said, it was the Intro to Agility Workbook.

      Now… for the other part.

      Regards,
      Bud

  2. Courtenay Says:

    I might like to actually buy this one, rather than winning it. Hmm.. 🙂 Thanks for writing it, I’ve been excited about it since you first posted about it.

  3. Karissa Says:

    I am especially interested to read this edition — My young one turned a year old this week. Issue #0 purchased, time to start reading!

  4. Carole Says:

    I know the second part of the answer (because I keep everything)!

    Clean Run Magazine, Volume 2, Number 45 (December 13, 1996). I even knew NEA when I was in Arizona.

    I have been doing agility for a long time!

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