labtrainer wrote:Client dog #1 Desiel, Great Dane...working on general OB, emphsizeing Heeling with "0" pulling (dog belongs to older woman)
Client dog #2 Koda, Chlt. Lab....Formal OB, with some early marking drills.
Client dog #3 Maggie, BLab.... FF
Client dog #4 Toby, B Lab.....Force to pile, Ladder drills
My own dogs:
Gunner SH, BLab.....Triples, Blinds, and polishing walk ups, preparing for Master HT
Woody JH, BLab.....Doubles, Steadiness, Blinds , introducing walk ups for SR Tests
Dawn, BLab.....Marking, Delivery to hand (might try a JH Test if she does not come into heat)
Timber, BLab (puppy) no biting, no chewing, no pee/poop in the house, no barking, no whinning, other than that............... exploring, intro to gunfire, birds, playing along the waters edge (a little cold still) chaseing fallen leaves, taking naps on the front seat of the truck, play retrieves, walking on leash, learning to Sit and wait for meals, learning her name and to come when called , etc. etc. most importantly learning that "dad" is the greatest thing going!!!!!!
Oh yeah, Tucker YLb (the goofball) trying to still teach him not to clear the coffee table with his Tail of steel!
All in all not too bad, still have 2 empty runs to fill, We'll do it all again tommorrow.
CatSquirrel wrote:Very glad to hear this Benjamin! Keep up the good work.
We just ran marks this morning. Nothing over the top. Just two double retired triples...land, then a water series. Happy with the land...he smoked that. Water was just okay, with a picky handle on the long retired due to a square. He did check nicely into the short retired.
We're going to back off this coming week and do therapy marks. Just easy singles with minimal factors while upholding our standards.
GurrCentral wrote:I got my pup on saturday, so this morning we had some fun, worked on going outside to wiz, and some here/sit. yesterday he had a ball chasing a pair of rolled up socks, even got a retrieve! Going to give it a couple days, introduce throwing a toy again, work into the retrieving very slow, and have fun!!
tenfingergrip wrote:Had a fun day on a miserable weather forcast by picking up pheasants for a Tower Pheasant Shoot. The sponsors of the shoot asked our retriever club to do the dog work and we had 8 of the guys bring their dogs. They shot 300 pheasants in the morning and 300 in the afternoon, so the dawgs got some great work.....50 pheasants each, plus or minus. The cool weather made it as easy on the dogs as possible. Everybody had a good time!
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