I hear you. My she-pup had a blow out on the training field. I had walked her through a shopping center earlier that day and she barked a greeting bark at a few folks. I gave a mild correction and had her look up at me. We worked on her ignoring folks and she seemed to get the hang of it. She was sitting in the start position as pretty as can be, looking up and smiling. A gentleman came up behind us a short distance away and said, " that is how I want my dog to be. I want him to behave like that".
Then that night we went to training. I gave her time to look around and sniff equipment and such before getting onto the field. I let her listen to the people and watch a previous dog from a few yards away. Once we got on the field, all she wanted to do was race off of the field. It was frustrating for her and myself.
I'm thankful for your updates because I am hoping some where in this discussion I'll pick up a tip that can help.
Patton CGC BH
Chief one and a half years old
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