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Water Bites

The weather has been hot, so we decided to have a little fun with water. Also figured might as well make a little bit of a test out of it too. This was Xander and Kimber's first time doing bites through the hose.

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Thanks! It was a lot of fun. I think maybe this weekend we'll do some jumps off the dock to bites. Maybe add a kayak to the mix.

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Some people might be surprised that there are working dogs out there that look above average in bite work, but won't engage in a body of water.
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Or how many dogs will run the second they get sprayed in the face.
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I like the parachute to increase dog strength.
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I like the parachute to increase dog strength.

Yeah it's great for that. In this case I'm actually using it to slow her down. The decoy is very very new. So for dog safety, I wanted to slow her down some.
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Yeah it's great for that. In this case I'm actually using it to slow her down. The decoy is very very new. So for dog safety, I wanted to slow her down some.
a new decoy and he had to pay attention to his position, the sleeve and the hose all at the same time?!? WoW. impressive
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my puppy would love that, if he did bite work ...

On second thought, I don't know if he'd bite the sleeve or the hose LOL
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Yeah it's great for that. In this case I'm actually using it to slow her down. The decoy is very very new. So for dog safety, I wanted to slow her down some.
a new decoy and he had to pay attention to his position, the sleeve and the hose all at the same time?!? WoW. impressive

The new decoy is he one in the suit. I'm the decoy with the sleeve. In the suit all he has to do is lift his arm up and open as the dog comes in. Kimber is very experienced and can do the rest. She's been on around 50 decoys of all experience levels. She knows what to do.
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