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Thread: David C. @ Avery... Thank You!!!

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    Default David C. @ Avery... Thank You!!!

    Just a quick note of thanks for the goodies you sent to the RTF Rendezvous Weekend! That was a very nice surprise! The hats, bumpers, dog food bags, dogsorbers, and even the banner will all go to good use! Thanks again for the support of our sport in general and RTF in particular.
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    I second that, thank you David and Avery it is people and sponsors like Avery that has helped make dog handling what it is today.

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    Great event with great support! Thanks Avery and David C!
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    I'll "fourth" the thank you to Dave C. and Avery! On a related note, I am liking the new, improved, "softer" hexabumpers - we used some of the ones I won in Sat night's raffle for Sunday water blind.

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    Yeah, thanks Dave and Avery for the great contribution to a fabulous event. I wasn't as lucky as some but finally won something " fair and square"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SjSmith View Post
    Yeah, thanks Dave and Avery for the great contribution to a fabulous event. I wasn't as lucky as some but finally won something " fair and square"
    Finally!!!!!!!
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    (FC Riparian Windfall X HRCH Drenicks Castile Creek Allie MH)

    River Bottoms Simply Elegant - "Pearl"
    (FC Drake's Bay Parting Of The Sea X Oldsquaw's Miss Darla QAA)

    River Bottoms Leather N Lace - "Lacey"
    (FC AFC Wood River's Franchise X CFC Baypoints My Girl)


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    Thanks,and some good news and feedback from the inpection lab (Otter),he has officially approved the soft hex bumper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illinois Bob View Post
    Thanks,and some good news and feedback from the inpection lab (Otter),he has officially approved the soft hex bumper.
    Yeah, but did he ever get you to face the right way?
    Bill Davis

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    Yeah, but did he ever get you to face the right way?
    That's Maggie in the avatar,and yes,she has corrected me. I now face where she wants.

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    Carrington is a great guy. He and Avery do a lot to support the dog games.
    "Force fetch isn't about retrieving as much as it is conditioning a dog to handle pressure, in a very controlled environment. It's about putting a dog in the position of having to figure out how to turn off pressure by finding the correct response. This translates into numerous areas in training." Sharon Potter.

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