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    Default Rowdy (by Pirate) Taunt Lead Steady

    See below video. Rowdy is now taunt lead steay.
    Best laid plans, the primer didn't go off. This was my second run. The first time the primer went off but my grandson didn't have the camera on me and Rowdy.
    Look I don't have a back brace on any more.
    Rowdy is no longer bounding along like a puppy but stretching out like an adult dog.
    Our neighbor lab is a pain but I am dealing with it.


    Last edited by Wayne Nutt; 09-14-2012 at 11:42 AM.
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    Wayne,

    You forgot to post the video
    May you pin all the marks and line the blinds!!

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    It's there now. I forgot to copy from Photobucket and had to go back and get it.
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    He's still a puppy.

    I don't usually mind distractions like the neighbor dog. Your pup learns to work inspite of things happening around him. The universe is unfair and things happen. He's getting used to it.
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    Howard, You're right Rowdy is only 5 1/2 mo. This morning I was doing Lardy sit, here drills on a 20 ft. check cord. When I gave Rowdy a "here", the neighbors dog ran up barking and Rowdy wanted to run over there but I was able to get a good correction in with the lead and choke chain. So, the distractions do help sometimes.
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    as always Wayne, thank you for posting your videos.
    That's my boy "Blue"!!!! Flyin High in the Passenger Side x Katie May of Belgrade

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    Should be "taut" lead not "taunt".
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    I agree about the distractions being good training lessons, but gosh I would be annoyed by that dog after a few goes. Maybe buy them a nice used bark limiter for Christmas?
    -Barton Ramsey

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    I let my neighbors borrow one of my bark collars until they got their own. But alas, you have to put it on the dog to be effective.
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