Herzlichen Dank an alle Teilnehmer, Helfer, Unterstützer, Ausbilder, der SV OG Mailing, Sponsoren und den Verbänden. Es war danke Euch eine tolle Veranstaltung!
Updates & Infos
Anbei die Adresse für den gemeinsamen Abend: Wirffelstraße 25, 85055 Ingolstadt
Hier nochmal der Link zum Sportrestaurant TSV Ingolstadt-Nord
Bitte schaut Euch nochmal den Wetterbericht an und bringt entsprechende Bekleidung mit. Momentan ist für Samstag noch Regen angesagt.
Falls es warm wird, denkt bitte an Beschattungsmöglichkeiten (Abdeckung fürs Auto / Pavillon, etc.), da leider keine Schattenparkplätze vorhanden sind.
Unter dem Menüpunkt Schedule findet ihr den aktualisierten Zeitplan
Follow our new Instagram Account igp.youngstars.camp (https://www.instagram.com/igp.youngstars.camp/)
Please check your mails (and spam folder). We sent one to each of you on June 21. we will need you to confirm your spot until end of June as well as answer a couple of questions. If we don’t hear back from you before end of June, the spot will be filled otherwise.
We sent out emails answering to your registration as well as an email with a registration link to the IGP Youngstars Community.
In case you did not receive these two emails, please check your spam folder. If the emails are not there, please contact us via email.
We worked on finding a solution to accommodate all of your registrations. We are now going through all emails and will get back to each one of you until March 19.
We had a call with the hotels and reserved a contingent for you. Please name the keyword. You can find the list here.
We are currently processing all the registrations and will send you the binding registration confirmations on Sunday. We ask for your patience.
We are going to updated the list of accommodation options by the end of the week. We are currently in contact with the hotels and campsite.
We are overwhelmed by the great response 🙂 We have already received over 150 registrations and unfortunately we cannot accept any more.
Exception: Exception: You can still register as a helper for the camp. Please send us an e-mail in that case
What is IGP?
The name IGP or Schutzhund might be confusing (IGP, previously IPO or Schutzhund ) - but behind it is a dog sport that you and your dog might just love. IGP is made up of three very different areas; imagine a triathlon for you and your dog. You will work and compete together in tracking, obedience and protection. In short, your dog gets to do everything a certain type of working dog is bred for. IGP trials are named since January 1st 2019 as International Utility Dogs Regulations (IGP) of the official Fédérdation Cynologique Internationale . Come and try IGP dogsport . You and your dog will love it.
In Tracking, you will work with your dog's ability to smell and search. Your dog will track footsteps over mixed terrain and find so called articles (little pieces of certain materials) that are laid out on the track. Tracking is all about a calm, intense search (hard to imagine with some of our hyper dogs) and one of the greatest hobbies a dog has: nose work.
In Obedience, you and your dog work together in most any way you can think of. Some compare it to dressage as you know it from heeling. You will practice "heeling", the commands "sit", "down" and "stand", the dog will learn to retrieve something (its called a dumbbell) for you and even jump over a hurdle while bringing it back. Obedience has many elements but there is one common goal: that your dog works freely and happily with you.
When people watch Protection for the first time, there are usually two very different reactions. Either they don't like to see a dog who is biting. Or they are fascinated by the strength and speed of the dogs. Imagine a game, where you and your dog are hunting down a "bad guy". Where your dog protects you from someone who attacks you. It is important to understand that the dog must never bite the "bad guy" (we call him the "helper"), unless the bad guy actually attacks. Now imagine that your dog stops immediately when you tell him to stop. This area is about controlled protection, it is about confident dogs who show their skills in what they are bred for: helping society keep safe. Once you know the rules, Protection is not violent. It is teamwork between you and your dog.