Sunday, January 1, 2012

Seminars and a gift

Yesterday's double box seminar with Rylie was awesome.  He was right in the middle of experience level of dogs and he conducted himself admirably.  I can really see how our practices concentrating on timing and positional cues have helped us.  Three hours is a long time and although he was getting tired of sitting in his chair by the end of it he really did well.

This morning Max and I went to an advanced handling workshop.  Again it was great and I was very pleased with how well he did.  I think I am learning to trust our training that he will do what he is supposed to do and I don't have to babysit him.  He was really speedy today - and has been for the last few weeks.  I think it's a combination of the recallers games we have been playing, trick training, and gaining confidence.  He was more than happy to tug with me in class but couldn't quite manage tugging with my trainer.

Imagine my surprise when one of the comments on my blog was this:




 I'm always surprised when people read my blog lol!

Thanks Debbie



                    

Liebster means “dearest” in German, and the award is intended to help up-and-coming blogs get the attention they deserve. As with any award, there is a bit of ceremony involved. In order to accept the award, we must do the following:
1. Copy and paste the award on our blog.
2. Link back to the blogger who gave us the award
3. Pick our five favorite blogs with less than 200 followers, and leave a comment on their blog to let them know they have received the award
                     Our 5 picks in no certain order are:


Life With Riley and Stella
Bark and About
Lessons From and For Four Legs
Agile Dog Training
BaikasBlog

4 comments:

MB Squirrell (Embee Cavaliers) said...

We enjoy your blog!

MademoiselleBlume said...

Oh !!! Thank You so much Debbie !!! We love your blog and we are really happy about the award !!!

Gretchen said...

Thanks for stopping by the blog today. I read your blog in my Google Reader.

Miss Kodee said...

Love your blog! Your boys are the best trained agility CKCS's I know. It is a pure joy to watch them go. You put great effort in teaching them. Thank you for the award!!