Willy, I thank ya for your time, advice, & wishing to help. I need to also remind myself, this is new for her, been doing training at home plus still a pup somewhat. This is just class 4 with a new trainer. Learning way more in depth agility stuff than I ever was shown when I did take class a couple yrs ago with a old very green (imo) trainer.
Not make excuses, but just new to her (& I really) & diff than going to obed classes.
We are inside, nice open building, with turf. Lots of treats has been on the table & floor I'm sure at points as her nose got the best of her also last night. We do keep on lead till our turn & then back on lead. They have us working a few pieces of equipment. Last night was one or two jump lead outs standing in front of jump facing the dog, then trying to push toward another jump to tunnel, ect. I know I need to train, train, jumps now more with her.
Agility or any dog related things you want to do with your dog is hard to find around here. I travel to go to this class. You ask in that area about Rally classes, etc & nothing. Just hard to find places anymore. Heck, Sch clubs are a nightmare to find!
Anyway, I know our recall needs work under high distractions for sure. I have done all R+ with her & do feel she has a soft side to a degree so, afraid on shutting her down, but do want her doing on my terms! This trainer did not want me to try to go grab her. She was not running zoomies all over, just to dog walk or stuff she has trained on more.
On ph trying to type this so, harder to do so a bit. Hoping all makes sense.
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