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07-11-2014 08:54 PM
Shade Go GSD's, show 'em how it's done
07-11-2014 08:43 PM
Courtney David- looks like Fama is reminding him she can bring the world down on him. lol

Great pic- they are having fun!
07-11-2014 08:40 PM
David Winners Fama and Lucian wrestling. They are so funny.



David Winners
06-30-2014 06:22 AM
TommyB681 This is an awesome thread
06-28-2014 10:29 PM
David Winners Nosework stuff moved to new thread here.
06-28-2014 07:24 PM
Colie CVT Sorry I derailed it a touch but seeing Fama reminds me of him. I thank you and others like you for what you do. <3 I have a lot of admiration and respect for the sacrifices you all make.

So glad to see Fama having fun! She moves like my roommates older boy with the same condition. She looks like she is a spry and happy retired girl! Spoiled and loved.


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06-28-2014 04:17 PM
David Winners Busy at the moment. I'll make a new thread.

David Winners
06-28-2014 04:09 PM
blackshep I know, he asked for heavens sake!
06-28-2014 03:59 PM
Sunflowers
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Let me know if you want to move the conversation over to a new thread.

Basically, my dog is young and pretty high drive. She waits for the command to start her search almost coiled to spring into action, so when I tell her to search, she plows ahead and I always have to circle her back to the starting point because she leaps past the first few feet.

She searches really fast and she is hard to do detail work with, because she kind of runs all over the place and at trials you can't pull on your dog or you lose points, but she's hard to keep up with! Container searches, for example, she will jump from one line to another without finishing the line so I have to bring her back if I'm not getting an indication. Basically, it's a nightmare for trials because I have to try to remember what we missed.

It sounds worse than it is, she got 196/200 at her last trial, it's just something I want to try to fix.

Anyway the first thing the k9 guy said to me at the trial, was a collar would be better than a harness.

I wish you lived closer, I'd love to take classes from you or something, you are really knowledgable with this stuff! Thanks for taking the time to help people here, it's really appreciated.
C'mon now... This is Fama's update thread!
06-28-2014 03:31 PM
blackshep Let me know if you want to move the conversation over to a new thread.

Basically, my dog is young and pretty high drive. She waits for the command to start her search almost coiled to spring into action, so when I tell her to search, she plows ahead and I always have to circle her back to the starting point because she leaps past the first few feet.

She searches really fast and she is hard to do detail work with, because she kind of runs all over the place and at trials you can't pull on your dog or you lose points, but she's hard to keep up with! Container searches, for example, she will jump from one line to another without finishing the line so I have to bring her back if I'm not getting an indication. Basically, it's a nightmare for trials because I have to try to remember what we missed.

It sounds worse than it is, she got 196/200 at her last trial, it's just something I want to try to fix.

Anyway the first thing the k9 guy said to me at the trial, was a collar would be better than a harness.

I wish you lived closer, I'd love to take classes from you or something, you are really knowledgable with this stuff! Thanks for taking the time to help people here, it's really appreciated.
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