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    Clover at Rally class

    http://s187.photobucket.com/albums/x...2-18-53-32.mp4

    This is our first time pretty much running the course so we're not perfect yet but I think she did ok! Ignore ugly me. I wasn't expecting to be taped lol. There is a couple places we messed up. Lots of distractions at the park.

    Zeke, Clover, Loki and Shadow

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    YAY, Clover! I mostly enjoyed watching you moving with your person and wagging your tail! You're so incredibly cute! Please have mom hug you for me
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    Good job Clover! She did great. I agree with Elyse watching her interact with you and wag, wagging her tail made me smile on this gloomy morning.

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    Good job, BOTH OF YOU!!!!

    I tried Rally with Lacey, but we didn't really enjoy it -- to many sits for us, lol.

    So, if class is in an open park area, are you always going to have the dogs on leash? Or do you have a safe area to move to later, so the dog can be off leash? Just wondering.
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    Lol you do much better than harri and I. He has been 'retired' already. I think I will try it with one of the border collies instead. I quite enjoy it though.

    Good work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom View Post
    Good job, BOTH OF YOU!!!!

    I tried Rally with Lacey, but we didn't really enjoy it -- to many sits for us, lol.

    So, if class is in an open park area, are you always going to have the dogs on leash? Or do you have a safe area to move to later, so the dog can be off leash? Just wondering.
    The trainer doesn't have a proper place for classes so we only use the park which means no off leash. We could probably but I don't think anyone's dog except the trainers is that reliable with recall Clover is pretty good but it's too close to the road and if she saw a dog or bird she might go after it.

    Thanks all! This is our 5th class and we just started courses. I'm hoping to compete with her for fun at some point but the next "competition" (not sure what you call it?) is in a few weeks and she isn't registered and I don't feel ready anyway.

    Zeke, Clover, Loki and Shadow

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    What a wonderful way to start my day! You two did awesome!!! You can tell Clover is so into you!!! Ugly you- pfffffst...so untrue.

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    Good Job! Clover is a lovely dog and you look good too. I enjoyed the video.

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    Clover did a great job- you did too. Enjoyed the video, it was very nice to watch both of you go through the paces-- I hope the instructor finds a building or fenced in area so you can practice some off leash.
    Asiel

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    You & Clover makes a great team. A job well done.
    The frost is on the pumpkin & I've been BOO'D by two pet talk ghosts.
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    You both did a great job. Impressive job. Clover followed your instructions very well.
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