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Rommel in a long down while someone else is working their dog.



Still in a long down


Rommel, heeling around the field


I think he smiled for the camera in this one, haha. (Pardon my outfit...the pants have lots of pockets for treats and such)


Being a good boy.
 

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LapDog said:
Awww such a smart handsome boy! and that looks like such a great place to bring your dog! A training club runs it? How do the classes work? and how much is it?
I think I need to get a pair of cargo pants like that with big pockets!
Yep, The local Schutzhund Club runs it. We pay $150 per dog per year club dues. Then we have misc fees every now and again. For instance, we have stadium style lighting so that we can train at night (its nice in the summer, and the winter it gets dark early) so we all chip in to help pay for that.

We dont really have "classes" thats why at first I kind of felt thrown to the wolves...but everyone has been really willing to show me the ropes. Basically I did alot of watching and listening. Then I tried it with my dog. When I messed up, they were more than happy to yell at me while I was on the field...haha. Im just kidding, but I have been embarrassed more than once :D

I kinda feel like I know what I'm doing now (So that must mean I really have no clue right) but I really do learn something new everytime I go. Our helpers (the people who wear the sleeve) are awesome, and full of information, and we have alot of really good obedience people too. If you can find the right club, it is alot of fun!
 

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brumwolf said:
He is looking real good BiB as well as being such a good boy,please try to post a picture of him stood show style so i can see his build(not asking you to stack him just get him to stand in a natural stance)all the pics i have seen of him lately he has been nose down,lay down,or climbing the A frame :)
There are some pics of him in the "conformation" thread, not the best...but I dont know how to stack a dog, so I just used some random pictures that I had :emo11:

http://www.dobermantalk.com/showthread.php?t=1946
 
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