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Old 11-08-2013, 04:14 PM
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Beanie can you run him in specials or veterans? Maybe with lower jumps he would be ok?
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:47 PM
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Wow. Found some older pics of Joey from when I first picked him up. It's amazing what a little TLC can do.

Top two are from when I got him and bottom two are more recent.
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:53 PM
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Beanie can you run him in specials or veterans? Maybe with lower jumps he would be ok?
He actually already runs in preferred, so the jump height is only 8". He does fine at that height, except he still isn't convinced he knows what the jump height will be. I have photos of him jumping 8" and you can tell he still thinks he has to clear a bar set at 16." So I don't know if it really helps him a whole lot. =/
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Old 11-08-2013, 08:03 PM
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I just went out to dinner with my trainer. We were supposed to have a dog club meeting, but alas, we were (again) the only two who could make it. So we went out to dinner instead.

She was super impressed with Logan. This was actually my first time taking him to a restaurant without a halti (just in case) and he was perfect. Of course. I'm still learning to trust my dog, REALLY trust him, despite him working for over a year now.


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Old 11-08-2013, 09:53 PM
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Old 11-08-2013, 10:22 PM
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:15 PM
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Wow. Found some older pics of Joey from when I first picked him up. It's amazing what a little TLC can do.

Top two are from when I got him and bottom two are more recent.
I know this has nothing to do with anything but I love ibizan hounds and I love seeing pics of them, Joey was lucky to have found you and what a turn around he made!
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Old 11-09-2013, 08:16 AM
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My dog is soooo happy to be back to PSA (we went on Wednesday and are going again this morning). And what's more, so am I.

But I'm bummed because right before Blossom got sick we were seriously considering entering a local trial mid-October to try for our PDC (mandatory entry level certificate requiring obedience and protection). Then she crashed and we had to stop training. God only knows how long it will be before there is another trial within reasonable distance. Ugh I just feel like we missed a good chance.

Oh well, I guess when the opportunity does come around again we will be over-prepared and probably already training through some PSA1 stuff. Still... I'm kinda bummed.
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Old 11-09-2013, 08:35 AM
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Ugh. All the way back on our walk, Zora pulled on her leash, jumped up at me and untied my shoes. Reprimanding her doesn't help. She literally does not calm down once she is in a rut.
We feel like she tries to tell you something but obviously can't and we don't know what it is. I feel horrible because today I did loose my temper at one point because we couldn't even walk the last 100 meters with out her going nutso on me. It's so irritating that I don't know how to help her, esp. nothing I did helped her. She would stop for about 2 minutes and then she'd start again.
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Old 11-09-2013, 10:21 AM
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Ugh. All the way back on our walk, Zora pulled on her leash, jumped up at me and untied my shoes. Reprimanding her doesn't help. She literally does not calm down once she is in a rut.
We feel like she tries to tell you something but obviously can't and we don't know what it is. I feel horrible because today I did loose my temper at one point because we couldn't even walk the last 100 meters with out her going nutso on me. It's so irritating that I don't know how to help her, esp. nothing I did helped her. She would stop for about 2 minutes and then she'd start again.
Wesley did this exact same thing when he was around her age. He would do it whenever we would come back from the offleash beach, on the way home he'd start up. It took a ton of reinforcing him for not doing it when he was not in his wound up mode, stopping and having him drop the leash (sooo tedious) every time he grabbed it, and actually the biggest difference was taking a different route home. For whatever reason, he took walking on that street as a sign to lose his mind. Didn't go that way for 2 months, and then he was back to normal.

I know how you feel, it was so incredibly frustrating for my sister to deal with, and honestly I think he also grew out of it too, as well as the training.
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