Well after hearing of Susan and Caleb getting that great UD title I am encouraged to start serious training for our CDX. I have Saturdays off now and can get private lessons from a really great trainer for next to nothing. Once I train all the exercises to perfection I know a person that will gladly train me from making all those 1/2 pt errors and will point out every single minute thing we need to work on, so there is no reason to not get ready for Open. Amber is a good dog and I have confidence in her.
Great Job SUSAN and CALEB!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kelly and Amber
Sounds like a plan! I've decided to enter Emilu in Novice in the fall - I've been more worried about her "growling" at a little terrier if one gets next to her in the long sits and downs (although she's much better now)than anything else. I am looking at a Lab Specialty in Michigan that would be fairly close to my parents - I don't have to worry about her growling at labs - she loves them all! Besides - I think an all lab obediecne trial will just be a hoot! ;D
They are!! ;D I like them the best!!Originally Posted by patm
"In moments of joy all of us wished we possessed a tail we could wag." W. H. Auden
Linda, Kona and Bo
I am actually considering entering Zeke in Novice sometime soon too :-X
Perhaps I will try for the RA again before I anger the serious obedience folks :P :P
Zeke RN, agility miscreant and CGC failure