Tuesday, November 8, 2016

What do YOU want??

 OK so now that we have that pesky housekeeping out of the way, time to get to some fun stuff.

If you are just checking in, go check out the previous blog post, What the Heck Happened so you can get caught up a bit.

I want to know...what do YOU want me to talk about? Ask anything in the comment section please! Then I can take those ideas and run with it! I think this could be fun.
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Apparently I have to put that on all my photos now as there is a person on Instagram who has been stealing my photos, and putting them up as her dogs. With some very interesting stories! Lynn is blind and her name is Secret, and Even is deaf. WOW...and here I am doing AGILITY with Lynn! 

I mean...LOOK AT THIS ABUSE!!! Forcing a blind dog to jump a tire!
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I mean, how did this dog win a regional and run at Nationals?? ;-)

Does this mean I have made it big when people steal my dog photos and post them as their own? Not to mention she has been entering contests with the photos. AWESOME!

So I guess I have arrived...I think that is the lesson here. Or something...

So...I am looking for your questions! Pertaining to dog training of course :) ASK AWAY! I am excited about what you all come up with!


4 comments:

Aleks W said...

Hi Loretta! Glad to see you back blogging!

I guess I have a question :) I have an 8 mo old retriever that has started to become fixated on my arms when we start running parallel paths. I have an idea on how to start changing her mind about me as the target (running parallel to toy to get focus ahead), but I'm curious if you have some tricks.

Also, what's coming up for FDSA? Love your classes!

Steffi said...

Yeah, WTF was up with the Instagram craziness?? Glad that is over now.

I loved your blog post on thresholds with Gig. I would love for you to share more of your training journey with her. I've struggled with Battle and her motion sensitivity and have found that post very helpful.

Henry said...

WOW!!! Look at that jump! You are awesomeeee :)
Beautiful picture, keep up the great work!
Thank you for sharing with us.

Rachel

Playing with the Big Dogs said...

I have always enjoyed your training updates where you talk about what you are currently doing with your dogs or how you live with so many dogs.

It would also be lovely to hear what you have been up to and about your new home.

I am glad to see you blogging again I have always looked forward to your posts.