ok, I'll bite, where do you need 100 bumpers?AmiableLabs said:
Okay, perhaps "require" was not the right word.Kristie Wilder said:ok, I'll bite, where do you need 100 bumpers?
Keeping in mind that I believe double T is the place that you'll usually use the most bumpers (training a dog or two like you are). The minimum I'll usually use at a pile are 6-8. So multiply that x5 and you'll have the most bumpers you'll need going forward with your training.Debbie H said:Hmmmmm..... I probably don't need quite a hundred. I was thinking more like a dozen white, dozen orange (if I even need that) and a dozen black and white. BUT mabey someone could tell me what I do need, cause I am just guessing. I know I need white and a few orange for sure....
that's why you spread them out silly!!and if she's getting 2-3 then she's shopping!! Bad handler, BAD BAD handler!!!MooseGooser said:
Actually, glad you mentioned. I have to redo my math, I normally put at least 15 at the back pile... I don't do very long, extended sessions on most yardwork. But I'm sorry, and do certainly stand corrected.EdA said:
yep, when I was taught at least 2X as many backs as overs and usually replant the back pile to account for checkouts and good dogs, generally 12 at the back pile 2 at each over, so 20 bumpers total and the back pile is often replanted 8)Kristie Wilder said:I do many more backs than overs, as we all "should", right?