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  • #79175
    Mudgie
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    A few pics of nooster at agility this morning  ;D


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    #79176
    Mudgie
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    ;D


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    #79177
    kizkiznobite
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    :-* love the second pic  😀

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    aww bless him he looks like hes having a good time  ;D

    #79179
    Mudgie
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    He loves it – he goes through the tunnel at 100mph – loves the tunnel – when training he just goes through and turns and goes through constantly  ::)

    #79180
    Anonymous
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    He gets extra lift going over jumps with those ears  ;D

    #79181
    Mudgie
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    Has taken him since May to go over dog walk without scrambling like Bambi – “enthusiastic” doesnt come close – he adores it. 

    He starts K9multisports in January http://www.k9multisport.com

    #79182
    *Nat*
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    Great pics Mudgie – I too love the second one  😀 Glad he’s enjoying it  🙂

    #79183
    kizkiznobite
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    its hard mudgie once you past the first stage – but fun – i am sure he will enjoy it – the marking system is a bit complex  🙂

    #79184
    Mudgie
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    so is the weimer brain  ;D  just stuff to keep his brain interested and stimulated – just want him to be happy  ;D  Bluebell goes does it and is like  ::)  can we go home now  ;D  Nacho is like what next, what next, what next  ;D  He is just a really deep thinking serious mutt but then Bev you know that  ;D

    #79185
    kizkiznobite
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    yep he will enjoy it – think about the option sequences though – dont be a bull at a gate  ;D

    #79186
    .dodger.
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    great pic’s!  ;D

    #79187
    Mudgie
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    After reading the other post (I didnt want to hijack it)  When we go to agility – I dont think that Nacho even notices that there are other people or other dogs there  :-\  I always thought this was a good thing.  :-\  Is he completely unsociable.    ??? He never wants to play with other dogs – isnt aggresive with them just doesnt play at all.  Just goes and does his own thing – not even that interested in a sniff  ???

    #79188
    Sweetypye
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    IME Weimaraners are not particularly dog orientated, once they have checked them out. Far more interested in other things or their owner.

    #79189
    wags
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    [quote author=Mudgie link=topic=8019.msg196177#msg196177 date=1200487540]
    After reading the other post (I didnt want to hijack it)  When we go to agility – I dont think that Nacho even notices that there are other people or other dogs there  :-\  I always thought this was a good thing.   :-\  Is he completely unsociable.    ??? He never wants to play with other dogs – isnt aggresive with them just doesnt play at all.  Just goes and does his own thing – not even that interested in a sniff  ???

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    it depends on what you want – thats him and thats how he is

    Cleo – dog is in my view of fences “KILL IT”

    Glen – i love you – please protect me

    Brock – dog bounce on its head and bark at it bark bark bark bark bounce bounce bounce

    there all diffrent – so long as you realise that and work within that then go with it

    if you have one like Glen who doesnt really take much notice of other dog and only has eyes for you its easier – if you have one like Brock who just makes tons of noise it can be quite stressfull  :-\

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