Yes. She is definitely a great nanny dog. Bout to start conditioning when I get done with my clinical hours in May. I'll have all summer with her and my son, so lots of time to work on her. Right now, pulling 65+ hours between work, school, and my practicum (clinical free hours towards my degree). not much time to work with either of them, but soon will change. Ready to start making some good progress. She's eager to learn and very food driven... should be simple once we get passed the bull-headedness
Thanks for the advice. First time trying. Always can use constructive criticism. Will be working on her more over the summer for sure. Will have time to start going to shows and stuff soon. Can't wait to start making progress.
I am doing a lot of clinical hours until May, Tye, but I am taking the summer off.
--How do I know how far to set blocks up for her feet? and with her being hyper, I'm sure I am going to have to figure a way around that before I can properly learn to stack her right? Gee I'm ready for school to be over, so I can take the time I need for training.