Thanks Mary and Lucia. Where I lost him points were in the call-out and the final out after the long bite. For the call-out I really went loud so totally changed the tone, cost me an additional command and movement on my part to help him get back into basic position.
After the long bite I had lost my brain and thought the judge will signal me to command the out! when I regained my brain cell it was too late and he outed a sec before my command, judge saw that. We normally out 3 seconds after the helper locks up in training.
I don't think the barking during the guard after long bite cost me anything, he likes to bark during the guard but would get too high so we put OB there and had him sit for a good 8 months (I commanded sit instead of aus). Now that he is clear we will free him up to bark during the guard.
Gnash von den Sportwaffen IPO3x2, AD, HOT
Brimwylf Creasy BH, HOT
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