Today we are joining our friends Jodi over at Heart Like A Dog and her co-hostess JoAnn Stancer from Sand Spring Chesapeakes for Follow-up Friday, the blog hop that lets you wrap up your week and leads you right into the weekend.
There were so many great comments on this post but one really stuck out to me because it is soooo true
“Oh, she’s not sorry. She’d do it again in a heartbeat.
I find it so interesting how dogs respond differently when they see their reflection in a mirror. Riva and Maia both were curious about the dog in the mirror the first time they noticed themselves but Cheyenne knew she was looking at herself.
Everyone is settling in very nicely! I have discovered that when Bitsy is hungry she gets vocal…veeerrrryyy vocal! Trail likes to carry on a conversation all the time, he is one happy boy!
Double or Double Marked Retrieve is actually two retrieves. The dog watches both birds fall, retrieves the first bird to hand and then goes to retrieve the other bird which is the “memory bird” since the dog must remember it while retrieving the first one.
Singles are just individually thrown birds and retrieves.
Titan has singles down and is working on doing doubles and casting! I can see great improvement in his obedience since last year. I am very proud of him and so grateful he has such a great trainer. You can check them out here.
Last February I attended Claudia Orlandi’s seminar on “ABC’s of Dog Breeding” and Practical Canine Anatomy and Movement” I had previously taken the test for breeding and received my certificate from AKC; after the seminar I completed the test for anatomy and movement and finally got around to sending it in to Claudia to be corrected and as long as you have 80% or above she issues you a certificate also. Well I received my certificate today and I am happy to say I was well above 80%, yeah!!
Well that wraps up our Friday, and Riva says keep smiling…
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