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From last week, my 'baby' is doing well!








 

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Nice! I would love to have a huge indoor agility place like that near me.
 

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Nice! I would love to have a huge indoor agility place like that near me.
You know I count my blessings that I have this place to go, plus a great instructor. It's huge, matted, great equipment, heating and AC...

So the fact I have to drive over an hour to get there is the only down part! :wild:
 

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I was driving nearly an hour each way for Dena's agility classes which were outdoors in an unfenced grassy field at the Marin Humane Society. The classes only ran from April to October due to weather (we don't get rain here in the summer), so I'd gladly drive an hour for a facility like that.
 

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That looks like alot of fun!

I wish there was something like that close to my house, Sin would love it!

Way to go Glory B!!!!
I wish there was something like this close to my house too!!!! :wild:
 

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Glory B looks fantastic! When will you begin trialing her?
MAYBE in the spring of 2011. Maybe.

She's still pretty emotionally immature (as in 'puppylike') and physically she's changing too. So the control of her body with take offs, landings, turns, jump heights, etc. aren't the same for her from one month to the next!

That said, she's really progressing well. Her ability to perform each individual piece of equipment is great! She rarely knocks a bar, her contacts are wonderful, and she weaves like a champ.

It's all the space between the obstacles, the stuff (handling) I'm in charge of :wild: that we have to keep working on (and that I am still working on with Bretta!)

PLUS, there's also the cost to consider. Trialing 2 dogs will start adding up!
 

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Glory B looks all grown up and enjoying herself on the course!
I hear you about the puppy brain, the enthusiasm they have is such a joy to be around :wub:
 

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i hear you about the puppy brain, the enthusiasm they have is such a joy to be around :wub:
Exactly!

Such a difference between different breeds and their levels of maturity. There have been Border Collies with MACH's at 2 yrs old! That's CRAZY! Same age I start out with my GSD's...
 
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