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Sorry Rosemary !I forgot to tell you I'm glad your doing lots better !
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Rosemary - which Go Pro do you use ?

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Glad you are feeling better Rosemary.
Nice videos again.
We need a go pro ....gonna get one.
I used a cheapie $50 knock-off for several years until a friend upgraded, and gave me her GoPro Hero 3+ a few months ago. This was the first time I've actually used it.


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Thanks. It's nice to be able to do things again.


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Yeah, we are going hiking in October and Hoss always trails with us.
I have a tactical vest for him that he typically wears with a harness hook.
A a go pro will attach to this vest if I wanted ......and then there is getting something similar to your setup.
Which angle would you prefer for video If you were hiking ....at your chest like you do now or from at mount @ dogs shoulder?
Curious as to what you would opt for .....

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City girl with a lousy sense of direction here. I don't hike.

I really only use a GoPro when doing nosework or tracking, where I need to be able to see the dog, so I always use a chest harness on myself. I know other people who prefer to use a head mount for their GoPro, again for noseowrk or tracking.


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Sypha and I did some Nosework this morning. We played K9 ABC Games and competed at the Dual Odor Games level. Sypha found all 6 hides in under 5 minutes to earn her Dual Odor Games title!

The K9 ABC Games are a fun (and challenging) Nosework search. It's a continuous, contiguous search that is both indoor and outdoor, and contains all four search elements in one search - interior, exterior, container and vehicle. In the dual odor level there are six hides, one in each element plus two "wild cards" that can be in any element. You have 8 minutes to search. (That's a LONG search, for those that don't do Nosework!).

I was VERY pleased with Sypha's search today. She worked beautifully. It was the first time we've done searching with me in a mask. The trial was staged very safely with distancing and run so that it was really safe, and very efficient. We were only there about 90 minutes.

Here's the girlie with her ribbon!

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Great job Sypha and to her trainer - MC - you bring up a good point with the mask - I put mine on the other day and Mr. B did like it at all - I wonder if he really knew it was me , he was on guard for sure- Had to take it off - will try that one again to get him use to it .

So , was this the same group you have always worked with ? Close to home ?
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Great job Sypha and to her trainer - MC - you bring up a good point with the mask - I put mine on the other day and Mr. B did like it at all - I wonder if he really knew it was me , he was on guard for sure- Had to take it off - will try that one again to get him use to it .

So , was this the same group you have always worked with ? Close to home ?
I would work with Kadin on getting used to masks - start with it just on your chin, give him treats. Put it farther up, more treats. Work slowly. For some dogs it's really, really weird. He may need to get used to other people wearing them too - you can take him places to see other people in them.

For the Nosework trial, this is a local place that hosted it, so it's people we know, yes. It's not the place I train, though.
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MC , Had you worked with Sypha with Before - you went to the Nose work ? At home ? I never gave it a thought till the other day when a guy gave me a pretty cool mask and I was showing the little lady . Anything else I never thought of ? Sorry to ask you these questions on the nose work tread.
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MC , Had you worked with Sypha with Before - you went to the Nose work ? At home ? I never gave it a thought till the other day when a guy gave me a pretty cool mask and I was showing the little lady . Anything else I never thought of ? Sorry to ask you these questions on the nose work tread.
I had tested out both dogs with a mask a couple of months ago, and neither cared at all. Sypha and I are doing private agility lessons now, and both the instructor and I are wearing masks during the lessons. Other than that I'm not doing anything special because neither of my dogs are at all bothered by people wearing masks. I do know a lot of people that are working with their dogs to get them used to it, because I think this is going to be a "new normal" for a while.

I think my dogs are pretty unfazed both because I do a lot when they are puppies to get them used to people wearing weird stuff and because here in Minnesota we wear a lot of stuff on our face in the winter - scarves and balaclavas because it's so cold! So I think it's just normal to them that sometimes they can't see our faces


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Thought I'd share a fun sequence of photos from class on Friday. This is an elevated hide, it's the red tin on the back seat. Once Newton caught scent he was convinced it was on the spinning mobile they had hanging from the bar and he was jumping at it like a pogo stick! He worked the problem out and realized that it was actually a little easier to get to! Super fun to watch him work it out and pretty funny too! I loved how motivated he was to get to source!




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Question for the trainer !

When looking at the set of pictures - top to bottom - Newtie had me sold it was also on the ribbon ! So Oh Great Trainer ! Did you just take a second to see what Newtie did ? As NOT to be to quick at calling find ? This must come from experience !

Great job - Next time - MAKE a video would have been so cool to watch him do his deal !

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Great shots! Go get’em Newtie!!! Funny to watch them hop hop hop!!

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That's a good question, ECIN! Thankfully in this case I knew where the hide was. If it was a trial, I would have liked to think I would have waited him out a little bit. It's hard though when you have trial nerves and I may have called it when he leaped at it multiple times. Depending on the judge, they may have given it to us. The hide was very sourceable for Newts though, meaning there was really no reason he couldn't get his nose right on it!
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