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:lol: Well I was told that Sheila being a puppy had good prey and food drive when I took her to the schutzhund club, here she is working on her prey drive (or just abusing on her spring pole as we call it) We had to move it up a few feet because she was starting to just miss the metal spring from the height it was at before. She does not get tired of this thing easily. Next I want to figure out how to take video and upload from my digi cam.







God I love my puppy!!! :twisted:
 

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just a suggestion. The spring pole encourages a shallow bite and discourages the counter. It is not productive for protection work. You may want to talk about a plan with your training director. Ask him to show you how to work the grips on a post. This will go a long way.

Maybe he can show you how to set the grip. It is absolutely crutial.

I think you will have fun. Enjoy your training.
 

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Will do. they told me at the first meeting to let her be a pup and play with her lots, NO dog parks etc... (not new to that) I have to be the center of her world, her FAVORITE toy (as many have mentioned here before) She loves that spring pole though, would hate to get rid of it, but will look into it. Thanks for the tip PC.
 
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