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Postby Barb Wright » Thu Dec 21, 2006 5:48 pm

Congratulations Jake, Mom and DD :D Great photos too....especially the proof that Jake is "not just a pretty face" :D LOVE that caption 8) 8)
RIP Sweet Cassie 4/98 - 3/13
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Postby JakesMom » Thu Dec 21, 2006 6:10 pm

We were planning to take some months to practice what we've learned (and tackle the beast that is loose-leash walking :x ) and then do the 2nd level class in the spring. That one would prep us for the CGC test too (I think) which has been my goal.

Our trainer suggested we try an agility class. I hadn't ever planned to, and Jake never struck me as an agility dog. But the trainer says it can help build the dog's confidence which might be a good thing for us.
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Postby swillow66 » Thu Dec 21, 2006 6:36 pm

Our trainer suggested we try an agility class. I hadn't ever planned to, and Jake never struck me as an agility dog.
We opted to start with Rally as it is a "real-life" obedience and a small spike of agility stuck in. I'm missing my classes. Maybe this spring Madison and I can start again. The CGC classes were great too!

Way to go Jake! CONGRATS!
Madison and Riley "Waiting for Spring!"

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Postby Pete'smom » Thu Dec 21, 2006 7:57 pm

Shelli, do you know of any Rally classes in the Boulder area?
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