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    If you live near Reading,Pa. and would like one on one help for your noisy crazy dog i'd be glad to give you the step by step lesson to take home so you can fix your own issues. I tried this a few years ago with mixed results, usually depends if the owners want to change or not. Had a client from 2 years ago come back this week because noise was reappearing...had to work on the owners thought process, took 30 minutes to fix the dog again, if the owner remembers their lessons they will be fine.

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    I thought you couldn't accept money for one or two years "after" declaring AM status for it to stick? Something about judging same thing? I don't know, just curious. Or, is Jan 1, 2014 the date you are declaring AM status and will no longer accept training money? It's all confusing to me.

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    amateur status starts in 2014.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Bohn View Post
    amateur status starts in 2014.....
    This is interesting so if you say I'm now an amateur is that all you have to do. Or do you have to provide proof of length of not having accepted compensation. I have no clue but there seems to be some controversy on announcement of amateurism. Of course this is posted by a totally trainer of potlickers. lol
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    Not here to criticize about Amateur status, etc, all I wish to say is that your offer is very generous and will be a great help for many people!

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    no one ever needs to prove they are an amateur. If so inclined others must prove someone receives payment for training if they suspect same is competing as an amateur.
    for this post, anyone seeking help from a pro for their noisy dog has until New Years if they want to hire Randy.
    After news years as publicly declaired Randy will be an Amateur period.
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    Sorry to hijack the thread honestly no intent of such and I'd love to know more about the methods of working to quiet a noisy dog. I just thought there was a waiting period of accepting no compensation. I'm reading that my thought is incorrect.

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    Paul....noise/line manners issues are like anything else, put the time in and you'll be rewarded...Randy
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    It is 2 years for judging. Only Randy knows the status of his compensation,

    http://classic.akc.org/events/field_...vers/index.cfm

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    Very generous offer of any years experience, free of charge. Thanks for it Randy.
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