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  • Wed, October 10, 2018 7:43 PM | Monica Pielage

    Are you struggling to find a field where you can film your video title runs? NATE is introducing pop-up fields. Pop-up fields can be set up in a larger training field, an open space or at a school or park. The field will not be required to have solid fences on four sides. Your dog must just stay within the boundary lines for the run to qualify. Find more info here

  • Mon, September 17, 2018 12:04 PM | Monica Pielage

    Our Video Titling Program is popular and growing! This month we awarded our 50th title! Congratulations to all the teams on their achievements. Great work!

  • Sun, September 09, 2018 7:46 PM | Monica Pielage

    This hard working team just completed the 10 additional runs necessary to achieve the Outstanding Title at the Masters level! Wow!

  • Sun, August 26, 2018 10:46 AM | Monica Pielage

    Monica Pielage receives the first Outstanding Title at the Novice Level. She reports that working towards an Outstanding Title in Novice while also working on her Advanced Title allowed her and Jojo to reinforce the game and practice being successful.

  • Sat, December 23, 2017 9:19 AM | Monica Pielage

    Congratulations to Jean Wright and her dog Callie. The are the first NATE team to achieve a Masters Level Title!

  • Tue, November 15, 2016 4:02 AM | Sandi Pensinger

    NATE's Video Titling Program is attracting treibball competitors from across the country. NATE's Facebook page offers discussion of the rules and example videos of dogs both titling and achieving skills certificates. 

  • Wed, July 15, 2015 8:21 PM | Marcia Barkley

    NATE is very happy to announce a new program available to our members.  Skills Certification is a form of proficiency testing, to help handlers fine-tune their training plans (with the added benefit of a little recognition thrown in for fun!).

    There are three Skill categories -- Distance, Directional Cues and Pushing -- each broken into three Levels of proficiency.  Testing must be performed by a Trainer who is also a member of NATE (see our Trainer Locator page), although guidelines are in process to give the option of video submission: we recognize that our members are scattered far and wide!

    Preliminary response to the program has been very positive, from both professional trainers and Members alike.  Our first certificates have been awarded, and we look forward to many more.

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