Enjoy Chris...very nice!
Type: Posts; User: Keith Farmer
Enjoy Chris...very nice!
Congrats to Eric Shields and Roulette on their derby second. Proud of your great work!
No. I would like to have seen it live. I tried to make the Savannah show of the Tedeschi Trucks Band but scheduling would not work.
Seasoned crew those guys!
Derek, Warren, Greg, and the boys at Crossroads 2013:
Wrangler weighs 85 lbs according to his last vet visit a couple of weeks ago. That is a lean 85 lbs...no fat on the machine :-)
Scott, I stay in touch with Don. He keeps me up to date on two of Wrangler's siblings and Wrangler's mom. Wrangler is a unique and special animal to me and my family...he is also one heck of a...
Aussie...if I ever make it to the land down under I will be certain to pack some glass and look you up :-)
Eric...I like that dog too :-)
Wrangler is always sitting on "Go"...and always up for a photo shoot :-)
Thanks for the kind comments.
I took these this weekend in Chattanooga. I like these two...
Lanse, thanks for the very kind phone call yesterday. I am sorry I missed the call but your message is one I will treasure. I always enjoy watching you work with your dogs and your passion for the...
Here is a quick...8 second...video of the choco beast in action:
The chocolate pup is 9 weeks old.
The black pup is 14 weeks old.
In terms of how early I would say as soon as they are comfortable with it. These two obviously feel at ease so I encourage good...
A little water/duck work with the young guns today (more like bb guns right now :-) )
Practicing her head stand routine for when she slams her marks and has to look cool stopping :-)
AFC Ten Bears Road Trip x TEN BEARS WILD ROSE
She is a very nice pup. Very well socialized. Likes water. Retrieves well. Not afraid of the big dogs...
The latest addition to the Tremblin Earth crew...
With specific regards to THIS blind the unique angles offered opportunities for handles throughout. Several of the dogs had to be pushed further down the beach/dike road to facilitate...
Ran this one for the younger dogs.....240 yards with two re-entries and weird angles.
This is what some of the dogs ran today. 337 yards total length. 4 re-entries in a howling cross wind...steady 20mph with gusts over 30mph. Scented dike road, angle exits/re-entries, liliy pads,...
Yes. I start with the channel...shorebreaking, re-entry work, then de-cheating the entry. I then move to the log section where the drills are really just big no-no drills. I do this until they can...
Yeah, this is pretty much restricted to pattern work. I am blessed with many other options for cold work so I could dedicate this for a specific part of my training.