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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris West May 19, 2010. 7 Replies 0 Likes
Ok so first I would just like to say, I AM going to enroll Chazz in obedience classes but I am curious as to how worth it it's going to be.Chazz is almost 11 weeks now and at first, it was heaven at…Continue
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You'll like it here because it's never too cold and seldom too hot and you've got 3 kids to play with (our kid is a grownup already, so we have to rent the neighborhood kids).
Tell your people to put a lot of effort into training and classes; that always pays off. Make them keep a list of all the commands you want to teach them, and keep a training log. Have them plan their work, and work their plan. If you make them write it down, that helps them remember what they're trying to do. Make sure the children understand their training plan, too.
Make them search "Emergency Recall" on Mycorgi.com, and they'll get that idea, it works and it's fun.
We make John keep a plastic screw-cap pill bottle full of tiny training treats in his fanny-pack.
Soccer balls are just slightly heavy, water polo balls are best, and those little Nike kids' basketballs about 8" diameter are great and toothproof too.
If watch them carefully on their computer, you'll evenually learn their credit card number.
Nelson, Hikes with Dogs
Always remember to look into their eyes; that's how you control their minds.
See you at Greenlake sometime maybe.
-- Al and Gwynnie