Regular obedience may be easier than the CGC for you. The one problem some of the less social dogs have is the STAND FOR EXAM. The judge tells you to stand your dog. You give him the stand command and then stay and walk 6' in front (on lead). Then the judge walks up to your dog from the side usually, and touches the head, back, and butt (no feet). The judge walks away, and then tells you to return to your dog. You return and walk around the dog to his shoulder and wait for her to say, Exercise Complete.
Other than that, for your CD, no one touches or even comes near your dog.
With the CGC:
1. They come up and greet you. No touching.
2. They come up and greet you and ask to pet your dog -- they pet the dog on the face, chest sometimes, head.
3. Grooming and appearance -- they run your brush down the dog's back, pick up each front paw, and touch both ears.
4. Sit and Down -- self explanatory.
5. Stay and Recall -- pretty easy done on long line.
6. Loose lead walking
7. Walking in a crowd.
8. Reaction to another dog.
9. Supervised Separation -- someone holds the leash while you go away for 3 minutes. Now they are allowed to talk to the dog, which might make it worse for some dogs. I don't know.
I either missed one or stay and recall are separate exercises.
Heidi Ho, Odie
Joy-Joy, Bear Cub, Hepsi-Pepsi
Cujo2, Karma Chameleon
Ramona the Pest, Kojak -- who loves you baby?
Tiny Tinnie, Susie's Uzzi, Kaiah -- The Baby Monster.