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    Well, I loved OB class so much that I signed up for the next class. It starts in April. Im excited. I really dont know what Im we're going to be doing. I asked our teacher and she said it would be a great class for us. Whats the worst that could happen?

    Courtney, Bogey and Calli

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    DefaultRe: Prenovice

    I don't know - with the expression on Bogeys face in that sig pic - I think you might be in trouble ;D ;D ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey 1
    Whats the worst that could happen?
    You could get bitten by the obedience bug, start investing thousands of dollars in equipment, training, seminars, trials, end up spending more time with your dog training buddies than your own spouse... Uh oh. Did I say that out loud?

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    I think Im already bit! I really never knew it could be this fun.

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    Oh, what great fun! Another potential adict!!!
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    Glad you are enjoying it.

    I find that attracting students to stick with obedience is very difficult.

    Everyone wants to do agility :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by raian
    Glad you are enjoying it.

    I find that attracting students to stick with obedience is very difficult.

    Everyone wants to do agility :P
    Really? I would rather have him listen to me and work with me, than be able to jump over something. In due time maybe but I love obedience.

    Courtney, Bogey and Calli

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey 1
    I think Im already bit! I really never knew it could be this fun.
    I feel the same way. I was only required to take Puppy K in my contract for Shane, but that was so much fun I said to my husband ... one more class, then I'm done, well Graduate Beginner (canine good citizen) is my third class. I went to the dog show in Chicago a couple of weekends ago to watch the Rally classes (very interesting). I had no idea it would be so much fun! Best of luck with your next class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey 1
    Quote Originally Posted by raian
    Glad you are enjoying it.

    I find that attracting students to stick with obedience is very difficult.

    Everyone wants to do agility :P
    Really? I would rather have him listen to me and work with me, than be able to jump over something. In due time maybe but I love obedience.
    Now I do obedience and agility but your statment really threw me...agility is not just jumping over something..agility is you and your dog working as a team..you directing your dog over a series of obstacles often at a large distance..working several obstacles ahead...if your dog is not watching and listening to and working with you in agility you aren't going to do well at all..

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    Quote Originally Posted by debjen
    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey 1
    Quote Originally Posted by raian
    Glad you are enjoying it.

    I find that attracting students to stick with obedience is very difficult.

    Everyone wants to do agility :P
    Really? I would rather have him listen to me and work with me, than be able to jump over something. In due time maybe but I love obedience.
    Now I do obedience and agility but your statment really threw me...agility is not just jumping over something..agility is you and your dog working as a team..you directing your dog over a series of obstacles often at a large distance..working several obstacles ahead...if your dog is not watching and listening to and working with you in agility you aren't going to do well at all..

    Oh no please dont take offence, I was being sarcastic. I do plan on doing agility somewhere down the line. I am just a newbie at all of the classes so I dont really know much about any of it. I am just amazed how far we've come with one OB class is all.

    Courtney, Bogey and Calli

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