Dammit. I wrote up an entire reply, with photos and then closed my browser LOL. Niz did absolutely fantastic (in my eyes). While he's not cut out for bite work, he was able to calm down, even though he was surrounded by tons of dominant, barking, working dogs, and remained under voice control (obviously on leash), and I didn't really have to correct him. I also had the power of homemade cookies on my side, though. Though he didn't care for the tug toy, he enthusiastically went onto a strange new field and met a new-to-him helper and went immediately into "play with me" spins and play bows and then snuggled his butt up to the guy.
Atom is an all around amazing dog! It's kind of funny--when I was editing pics, I had to omit many of another dog because the pics I have of his grip were so unflattering. All of Atom's shots (even the incorrectly exposed/too far away/blurry/ect. shots) are with the sleeve shoved far back in his mouth! There was one where his grip was a little forward but the next shot showed that he had adjusted it and the sleeve was once again where it belonged. And off the field, he was really cool and composed.
I didn't edit Niz's photos yet (I swear, SO just held down the shutter button the entire time, so it's like watching a flipbook of a dog spinning around at the end of a leash LOL), but here's some shots of other dogs there:
Dogs tied to a post makes for great airborne shots! (Plus, the post was super close to where I was standing... didn't want to walk too far into the field.)
I wish I was all legs like Niz!