Field trial dogs with high drive don't have an off switch?
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    Senior Member dmccarty's Avatar
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    Default Field trial dogs with high drive don't have an off switch?
    I think not. This is a son of Pirate and a hunt test titled female. Very proud of him!
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    Senior Member David McLendon's Avatar
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    I either currently have or have had dogs from Cosmo, Carbon, Chopper, Esprit's Power Play, Ford and Watermark's The Boss and they all turn off around 7-8pm. In the house most are just fine, could be an issue with how they are raised. My Chopper dog is semi high maintainence in a run but a lush in the house. Pow dog.... the best and smartest I have owned.
    Field Trials are competitions....not everyone gets a "participation ribbon" and they do "keep score"

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    That is a dog with a greater calling, not surprised it's a Cuda dog, the lines pretty good with tractability and versatility; not that I partial or anything
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