Administrator & LOTR Addict
Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
My flashiest and most impressive obedience dogs were not my craziest drive dogs. Drive helps, yes, but, IMO, it has much to do with the skills of the handler. Crazy drive can also be a hindrance if the handler doesn't have the skills to channel that drive into the needed behaviors. Sometimes that crazy drive can also cause other issues like dogs who don't think when jumping or doing the wall.
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Vala SchH3 AWD1 FH2 CGC B/HOT, SG1 Deja IPO3 AWD1 KKL1 B/HOT, SG Elena IPO1 AD CGC B/HOT, LB (the ugly little sable) BH B/HOT, Donovan IPO1 TR2 AD, and gone but not forgotten, Nike SchH1 OB1 TR3 AD CGC HOT, Treue SchH3 CD CGC HOT