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    Mo Doodling


    It was very hot, so I chose to wait out the 'hello, pop' moments and was glad to have this kind of enthusiasm.
    Last edited by George Bailey; 08-16-2014 at 05:18 PM.
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    Re: Mo Doodling

    So cool. I like the exercise at the start: get back, around, ... repeated several times. Gotta try that with Bess and Gumball.
    Sian Min

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    Think of them as being little dance steps. I like to do videos so I can see what we need, Mo is not smooth yet and likes to hold hands, but he does know how to move his rear and line up now, pretty much.
    I can see where he flings himself where I might be the cause of that because of what I am doing with my two finger target/hand.
    George Bailey

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    He is a cool looking dog, he is coming along and off lead. You definitely have his attention.. Thanks for posting.

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    Re: Mo Doodling

    Thanks, Chris, he's not off lead, he's pretty much up to wearing a tab a good deal of the time, but don't forget we have critters in the surrounding fields- so we are quite vigilant about watching what they are watching.
    George Bailey

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    Re: Mo Doodling

    Yes, we train surrounded by skunk, rats, cats, loose stray dogs, blue herons, and a horse (although we've only heard the neighing and never seen the actual horse). The odd dead snake and condom also do appear from time to time.
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    Re: Mo Doodling

    You forgot the opossum!
    Off leash is highly overrated anyhow! I only ever have my dogs offlead for brief, purpose driven exercises; mostly because I would totally be crushed if I lost one due to being not vigilant enough!
    George Bailey

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