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Bruno's first puppy class

Post by Shisa on Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:20 pm

Classes started last Saturday but I was working so tomorrow is his first class (weather permitting).
I'm interested to see what he does. He's such a serious, quiet, thinking puppy.
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by Eleanor on Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:34 pm

Good luck to both of you! happy I'm sure he'll be a smart little cookie!
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by tracyp on Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:43 pm

Ohhh, bet he watches all the others, then dives in.
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Post by Lorraine on Fri Jan 16, 2015 6:51 pm

Love puppy classes!!!
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by Shisa on Tue Jan 20, 2015 6:53 am

Me too Lorraine.
He was so good! It was his first time on a lead covering eyes and, typical MinPin, he was bouncing like a hot Mexican jumping bean laughing It makes you feel a bit seasick when you have to walk forward looking at a bouncing dog at your side but with my mighty weapon, The Clicker!, he was walking nicely by the end of the hour.
Very proud of my little sweetness.

Lequita was in the Intermediate class and she did amazingly. She even fetched!!!! and went through the tunnel of doom (a rod with tassels, bells and rattling toys) without me needing someone to hold her.

As Axels pano flared again last week Xan got a workout in the Advanced class. He is so amazing and makes me realise how incredibly far I still have to go with the others. We have such a natural working bond. Where I go he's just there with only half a gesture needed. I kept it light and fun with him as his serious working days are over.

All in all... a fabulous day, specially the beers at the end ninja
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by Lorraine on Tue Jan 20, 2015 7:21 am

Sounds great! I'm taking Morgan to a class tonight for the first time in about four years, she's taking Isolde's place on a course I booked. She doesn't need the lessons, but I wonder how she'll do.

Bruno sounds like a little star!
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by tracyp on Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:48 am

Shisa wrote:Me too Lorraine.
He was so good! It was his first time on a lead covering eyes and, typical MinPin, he was bouncing like a hot Mexican jumping bean laughing It makes you feel a bit seasick when you have to walk forward looking at a bouncing dog at your side but with my mighty weapon, The Clicker!, he was walking nicely by the end of the hour.
Very proud of my little sweetness.

Lequita was in the Intermediate class and she did amazingly. She even fetched!!!! and went through the tunnel of doom (a rod with tassels, bells and rattling toys) without me needing someone to hold her.

As Axels pano flared again last week Xan got a workout in the Advanced class. He is so amazing and makes me realise how incredibly far I still have to go with the others. We have such a natural working bond. Where I go he's just there with only half a gesture needed. I kept it light and fun with him as his serious working days are over.

All in all... a fabulous day, specially the beers at the end ninja

Sounds as if it went brilliantly!
So who took pics? happy
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by Shisa on Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:55 am

My friend Elaine take pics. She hasn't loaded them yet but the website is www.croft.co.za
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Re: Bruno's first puppy class

Post by Shisa on Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:57 am

Lorraine wrote:Sounds great!  I'm taking Morgan to a class tonight for the first time in about four years, she's taking Isolde's place on a course I booked.  She doesn't need the lessons, but I wonder how she'll do.

Bruno sounds like a little star!

She'll do good plus the refresher is always good for us as well.
Xan did a perfect send away. He hasn't done one since 2011.
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