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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 11:41 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Anthony8858 View Post
Dance, dance, dance!!

Well deserved.

Not having a solid recall was one of my biggest fears. I made it my business to make sure she's fool proof with her recall. I call, she better get her butt over here.
Mine too! Unfortunately, both of my girls have minds of their own and could really care less. It's an on going struggle with their recalls. Duke has always been on target with obedience and he rarely disobeys.... but training is just that.. training. It is always an awesome feeling when a command is tested in a real life situation and it's a success!

Now time to get the same result out of Storm... hmm... well.... someday... lol

-Zira (01/09/11)
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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-04-2013, 01:31 AM
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Originally Posted by TrickyShepherd View Post
Thanks everyone!

It almost gave me a heart attack.. I've never had my dogs run out like that (I'm what they call "overly cautious" and courteous to others)... I was pretty angry! However, I couldn't help but get all excited about that recall. I was doing a happy dance inside my head! lol! That was what we call police K9 quality! I am very thankful for the intense training we've gone through!

I'm also thankful hiking was much less eventful. Few stupid dog owners... but, no problems.
But did you check your dog for any injuries caused by the obvious "sudden decelleration"???????

Heh! Heh!

Great work!
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