Originally Posted by Juli H
Mark it as a controlled break. You know your dog and may be respondeing to a physical sign I am unaware of. Do it again and you would have to be dropped. I did not vote because you missed mark as a controlled break w/o a stern warning. No stern warning needed IMO.
The moment a judge calls for the dog by # or "dog" he has been released.. NO BREAK controlled or otherwise. Re-heeling is a handlers chioce only at that time. IMO, he is upholding a standard as a team and would not be dropped at that time.
Originally Posted by Byron Musick