|03-02-2014 11:17 PM|
|cliffson1||Looking towards Nov. As we have a couple dogs that will be 18 months by then and are capable of P-1. Yes, that makes sense and I am aware of those changes.|
|03-02-2014 11:01 PM|
I like them too. Cliff any idea what month in fall?
Also take a look at the Titles and Rules page on the website. I know some changes have been made. There are now 3 PD titles and I believe the suit/sleeve/PD titles have been separated into divisions. So for example, a person can not go from a P1 sleeve to a P2 suit. If they have only done a P1 Sleeve then they can either go to a P2 Sleeve or lateral to a P1 Suit then up to whatever P2 they want. I hope this makes sense.
|03-02-2014 07:11 AM|
|cliffson1||Sweet!....I like dog and handler.|
|02-27-2014 10:54 PM|
The protection 2 title video.
P2 Protection - YouTube
|02-26-2014 09:42 AM|
|02-26-2014 09:37 AM|
|02-26-2014 01:00 AM|
Here are some videos of my Fiance and our dog Heidi. This is from Kierstens first ever trial. She was super nervous
FO- Kiersten and Heidi FO - YouTube
P1 protection- Kiersten and Heidi P1 - YouTube
|02-26-2014 12:28 AM|
|TheJakel||I'm Definitely subscribing to this thread|
|02-25-2014 10:55 PM|
|RocketDog||How about the Great White North?|
|02-25-2014 10:50 PM|
Jane is correct. Anyone can hold a trial. SDA requires a certified judge and decoy(s) to work the trial. The host club also pays SDA $10 (not 100% on that price) per dog entered. They mail the results and payment to SDA then SDA puts the results up on the website. That's how they got away from club dues.
There are some groups in Tennessee, NJ and Cali. I think some people were talking about a trial in Michigan cough, cough Jane I truly love this sport and would love to see it take off.
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