The Ups and Downs of Agility

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Re: The Ups and Downs of Agility

Postby Lisa » Thu Oct 06, 2011 10:56 pm

rtropeano wrote:she did not even take the first tunnel - stuck her head in looked and backed out and started sniffing the top of the tunnel?


LOL! Buster had a Masters Snooker run with a straight tunnel heading away from me. Took 4 tries before he'd go through that tunnel! He'd head in, then turn around and come out...I'd send him back in...back out he came...back in I'd send him...back out he came...ONE last time....in I sent him, then I ran along the outside of the tunnel, clapping the whole way. He did the tunnel, we ran out of time, and our run was over. Dork!
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Re: The Ups and Downs of Agility

Postby rtropeano » Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:23 pm

You said it - they both were being dorks!! Usually the tunnels suck them in.....no not when the course is all tunnels......
teeheeee....we're having such a fun time though...getting a little better on contacts and the teeter....

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