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Old 06-13-2013, 11:48 AM
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Bring his absolute FAV toy. One he gets really amped up about.
Too bad I can't throw a roast beef sandwich in the pool. I'm pretty sure he'd do anything for that! LOL.

I feel a lot more confident if he can start on the ramp the first few times... And would places let me in the pool with the toy to call him out? I'm 99% pos he'd make the jump to get to me. If he gets scared or overwhelmed toys mean nothing, but I still count.
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Old 06-13-2013, 12:32 PM
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Alright, that would be awesome. I'm really hoping this will work out. We've tried so many things and I just want to have a fun sport to do with him.

I may even try him in agility again. He was ALOT more timid a few years ago when we tried the first time. If the dock diving doesn't work out we'll try that one last time. Otherwise he may just perm be my TV buddy.
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Old 06-13-2013, 12:40 PM
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Too bad I can't throw a roast beef sandwich in the pool. I'm pretty sure he'd do anything for that! LOL.

I feel a lot more confident if he can start on the ramp the first few times... And would places let me in the pool with the toy to call him out? I'm 99% pos he'd make the jump to get to me. If he gets scared or overwhelmed toys mean nothing, but I still count.
I'm sure they would. There was a guy there with a pointy, brindle dog and he carried the dog out into the water. I was on the 2nd to last step with Hudson
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