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Training Goals for 2019

Anybody up for their commitments for 2019? I would like to get SE's CDX for sure.
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Good morning Sandy ! I always look forward to hearing from the " Cowboy State "

I hate to admit this -- But I'm still working on 2018 and will not meet that goal it appears . It was a simple plan - to get Mr. Business in a Rally Ob class - which was a lot harder that I thought ! Would have to travel to Indy - a hour away from training center - but all there classes were full for the whole year ! Was on a will call list if a opening came - Well it did - lol right about the time we started harvest - I also contacted another training facility at Anderson IN - still a hour away - They did have a opening - but also at harvest time -- go figure - lol

I'm glad you posted this question up - as I have a question - that is : What do you others other do that live in the boon docks do ?? Maybe I worry to much - but I have a problem with travel in the winter here - I worry that - What if something was to happen - like slide off slick roads with Big boy with me - I would hate to think him and I walking in sub zero weather - I guess I worry more about our dogs than I do about myself - lol


I will say that I'm super jealous of the likes of Meadowcat and others on here that live close to big - nice and warm training facility's

Rosemary had replied I should maybe look into on-line training - but being that I'm new to this type of Ob - I think it would be better for Kadin and I have somebody - on hand for advise and supervision .

btw way Sandy -- How's the weather out there ?

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Hey! I am an hour and 15 minutes from Ft. Collins, Colorado and that's where I go for a lot of my training. Canine Learning Center. For the Schutzhund, I drive clear to Elizabeth, Colorado and that is about a 2 1/2 hr. drive one way. Weather deters me a lot because it can be nice even in Ft Collins but I 80 will be closed up here due to blowing snow and high winds. IPO trains in most everything which is hard on old bones. For younger bodies for sure. I would not suggest on line at all. You need to have someone working next to you and the your dog needs socialization skills. Bridgete Carlson has an awesome video to watch. That I would recommend but it is mostly for competition obedience but it is awesome. Went to one of her seminars that our obedience club put on and Wow! Watch for your dog shows that have obedience and rally. You can get the names of clubs that train. Ours is Longs Peak Obedience Club, But there is also Buckhorn and several others. Some day cares have good training too. Some not so good. Being as I do live in WY you plan to drive. Some of our schools basketball games were 5 hours away one way. You just do it. But you do have to be aware of weather. The learning center has drop in class for different levels and that's what I do for the most part. Went through CGC and all the obedience classes and agility, but drop in works best for me. Hope this helps you somewhat. The weather.....what it always is in the winter....50 mph winds all the time. Have a hard blow coming in today and know that Between Cheyenne and Laramie will be closed and probably farther west to Rawlins. Normal. Feel sorry for the truckers. Sunshine right now but horrible wind. No one out here stands straight up...too used to putting their shoulder into the winds. LOL Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks Sandy - lol Yeah - I have been out in part of the country - One time wife and I went to N.E. part of Kansas for a race - Stopped at a Pizza Hut to eat supper - when checking out - I asked her how much farther was Belleville - She looked at me and said -- Oh Hun - it's the next town ! About 80 miles - lol We filled up the dually before we left town

BTW -was it you that posted up about going to the North American in Louisville ? if it was you - How did you all do ??


I have checked around here about clubs and not found any . I want to get Kadin in the Rally Novice and then work on up from there , If I'm smart enough to learn it

I will check out Bridgete Carlson video - thanks

Enjoy the Breeze

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Good morning Sandy ! I always look forward to hearing from the " Cowboy State "

I hate to admit this -- But I'm still working on 2018 and will not meet that goal it appears . It was a simple plan - to get Mr. Business in a Rally Ob class - which was a lot harder that I thought ! Would have to travel to Indy - a hour away from training center - but all there classes were full for the whole year ! Was on a will call list if a opening came - Well it did - lol right about the time we started harvest - I also contacted another training facility at Anderson IN - still a hour away - They did have a opening - but also at harvest time -- go figure - lol

I'm glad you posted this question up - as I have a question - that is : What do you others other do that live in the boon docks do ?? Maybe I worry to much - but I have a problem with travel in the winter here - I worry that - What if something was to happen - like slide off slick roads with Big boy with me - I would hate to think him and I walking in sub zero weather - I guess I worry more about our dogs than I do about myself - lol


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Rosemary had replied I should maybe look into on-line training - but being that I'm new to this type of Ob - I think it would be better for Kadin and I have somebody - on hand for advise and supervision .

btw way Sandy -- How's the weather out there ?

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Hey DOC.....I screen a lot of YouTube training videos.....when I find one that’s a good fit for my training style......i use it at home....just have to watch the video myself several times to make sure I understand my role clearly.......then go do it ........again and again till they get it.......as far as socializing ......find someone that has the same issue you do and replicate the class at your home. Just a thought ......

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My actual training goals for 2018 are to:
1) keep learning,
2) to train using as little compulsion as possible,
3) not compare my dogs and our accomplishments to anyone else's dogs and accomplishments (harder than it sounds, by the way)
4) accept my dogs for who they are (ties back into number 3), and
5) HAVE FUN!

That said, I do have competition and titling goals. Quite a few, actually, broken down into categories of attainability. My categories are "Doable", meaning, barring unforeseen circumstances, we can probably accomplish them. The "Bonus" category is harder, but not completely unrealistic. Things in the "Beyond Bonus" would be a real stretch, but not totally out of reach. Some things (like AKC obedience and rally titles) have been dropped entirely in favor of a wider variety of things the dogs I have now are more likely to accomplish.

Leo:

Doable-
ADP-L3 Premier
ADP-L4 Premier
ADP-L1 CG
ADP-L2 GC
TKP *transfer ETD*
Pre-TEAM 1
TEAM 1
CRO-1
D-CRO-PreBronze
NCO-1
CASD
CMSD
CNO
GPS-B *new rules*
GPS-N *new rules*
GPS-E *new rules*
Bonus-
CGC
ADP-L5 Premier
ADP-L3 GC
CRO-2
GPS-S *new rules*
GPS-P *new rules*
TEAM 1+
Pre-TEAM 2
CAO
NCO-2
Super Bonus-
TEAM 2
RATI
RATN
ATTS Pass
AKC Scent Work Q (any element)
UKC Nosework PT (any)
CA- AKC
Any other “in person” Q/Pass
Lily:

Doable-
ADP-L2 Premier
ADP-L3 Premier
ADP-L1 GC
ADP-L2 GC
PKD-N *transfer ETD*
Pre-TEAM 1
TEAM 1
CRO-1
D-CRO-Preliminary
NCO-1
CASD
CMSD
CNO
CAO
GPS-B *new rules*
GPS-N *new rules*
GPS-E *new rules*
Bonus-
CGC
ADP-L3 Premier
ADP-L3 GC
TEAM 1+
Pre-TEAM 2
CRO-2
D-CRO-PreBronze
GPS-S *new rules*
GPS-P *new rules*
Beyond Bonus-
TEAM 2
RATI
RATN
ATTS Pass
AKC Scent Work Q (any element)
UKC Nosework PT (any)
AKC or UKC CA
Any other “in person” Q/Pass

I think our main areas of focus for 2019 will be All Dogs Parkour, followed by Fenzi TEAM titles, Cyber Rally-O, and getting serious about nosework.

Here's an interesting podcast about online learning. https://scentsabilitiesnw.com/blog/o...ost-out-of-it/


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Lily Dale- A Melody Unchained ETD PKD-T ADP-L5/CH ADP-L1(Pr)
CA Speed Queen Leontine Von Washateria ETD D-CRO-Preliminary PKD-N PKD-T S-ADP-L5/CH S-ADP-L1(Pr)/L2(Pr)
~~~Requiescat In Pace~~~
Ilka Of Pear Orchard Cemetery BN RE CA CGC TKP ETD CRO-1 D-CRO-Preliminary NCO-1 PKD-T S-ADP-L4 ~2009-2017~
Lucky Rat Dog CGC ~2000-2014~
“Dance as if no one who is qualified to commit you is watching!” Julie Flanery, Founder of Rally FrEe
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Well I currently do not have a Doberman, but I have a Vizsla in training to be a rescue dog in rubble and open areas, so my goal is to get the IRO-FCI international certification. In 2019 will be our second chance and I'm planning to succeed.
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Thanks Sandy - lol Yeah - I have been out in part of the country - One time wife and I went to N.E. part of Kansas for a race - Stopped at a Pizza Hut to eat supper - when checking out - I asked her how much farther was Belleville - She looked at me and said -- Oh Hun - it's the next town ! About 80 miles - lol We filled up the dually before we left town

BTW -was it you that posted up about going to the North American in Louisville ? if it was you - How did you all do ??


I have checked around here about clubs and not found any . I want to get Kadin in the Rally Novice and then work on up from there , If I'm smart enough to learn it

I will check out Bridgete Carlson video - thanks

Enjoy the Breeze

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My grandson got a 4th in showmanship (55) a 1st (56) and a couple of 8ths. All classes are at least55 deep. Granddaughter made 1st cuts in all her classes but that is as far as she got. David did get to take his lamb out for final drive for black faces and that was really exciting. The green shavings are pretty hard to make to the final drive but very beautiful. Really, about 80% of the lambs that show, shouldn't. But that other 20% are pretty tough lambs and could win anywhere under a different judge. I'm sure that judge couldn't feel his feet at the of the day. Probabaly 1300 lambs showed. We brought everything home and will go to Denver's National Western in January. Then a lull except for buying new prospects. We went to the Louisville Slugger museum and to Wagners over by Churchill Downs. Love that little café. All the trainers and jockeys and owners go there to eat. It was featured in the movie Secretariat.
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A 4th and a 1st ? At the North American ? That is pretty good Sandy ! Been there many times - But its only about a hour and half drive to the fair grounds

Congrats to the Grand kids and to there parents - From WY to KY is a good trip !

Glad to see another farmer - Rancher on here ! Were out numbered Sandy

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