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  • #73743
    Misty23
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    Well done you two, yip some in the show world can be mean

    #73744
    Izzie
    Member

    Went to driffield yesterday, Livia was entered into puppy bitch and minor puppy bitch

    She got 2nd for both  ;D ;D was only 1 other in both classes but judge said it was so so close  ;D

    Now aiming for first place methinks!  ;D

    #73745
    Misty23
    Member

    We’ll be seeing you at Crufts then  ;D ;D well done both of you. I;lm sure 1st is round the corner, now are you ready for your grooming lesson this week on FEET 😀

    #73746
    *Nat*
    Member

    Well done that’s fab  :ok:  :-*

    #73747
    Val
    Member

    Well done Izzie

    #73748
    xtine
    Member

    Well done.. we need a pic update me thinks  :agree:

    #73749
    Gwensway
    Member

    :help:
    I have a beautiful Sheltie who will not stand still in the ring, he is six years old, has been shown since he was six months old. He insists on turning around and generally messing around. He stands perfectly at Home and training classes. I have shown for a number of years with other Shelties who have all behaved perfectly in the ring. I have tried valerian etc with no effect. Any advice appreciated.

    #73750
    *Lassie*
    Member

    [quote author=Gwensway link=topic=14613.msg273213#msg273213 date=1256579888]
    :help:
    I have a beautiful Sheltie who will not stand still in the ring, he is six years old, has been shown since he was six months old. He insists on turning around and generally messing around. He stands perfectly at Home and training classes. I have shown for a number of years with other Shelties who have all behaved perfectly in the ring. I have tried valerian etc with no effect. Any advice appreciated.
    [/quote]

    We need pictures 🙂 hi and welcome to the forum

    #73751
    Val
    Member

    If he stands at training classes then I recommend a large scotch for the handler  :ok:
    Have you ever given him to someone else to show?
    Welcome to the board tell us about your dogs in intro

    [quote author=Gwensway link=topic=14613.msg273213#msg273213 date=1256579888]
    :help:
    I have a beautiful Sheltie who will not stand still in the ring, he is six years old, has been shown since he was six months old. He insists on turning around and generally messing around. He stands perfectly at Home and training classes. I have shown for a number of years with other Shelties who have all behaved perfectly in the ring. I have tried valerian etc with no effect. Any advice appreciated.
    [/quote]

    #73752
    Val
    Member

    So he is the same for friends then the problem is lack of focus.
    There are many ways to solve this as you have been showing the odd year or two  ;D I would guess you have tried most things what do you use to get the focus on you at shows and training any training at home does not count
    Val

    #73753
    Gwensway
    Member

    [quote author=Val link=topic=14613.msg 273228#msg 273228 date=1256652421]
    So he is the same for friends then the problem is lack of focus.
    There are many ways to solve this as you have been showing the odd year or two  ;D I would guess you have tried most things what do you use to get the focus on you at shows and training any training at home does not count
    Val
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    Hi Val.

    I have tried most treats on the market, bacon, chicken, cheese etc favourite toys etc talking to him etc. I did try a clicker but that ran me foul of other exhibitors so I had to stop that same with rustling empty packets etc. As you can tell I am running out of ideas but am loath to give up on him.

    #73754
    Val
    Member

    How about home cooked liver bites  ;D

    #73755
    Gwensway
    Member

    [quote author=Val link=topic=14613.msg273235#msg273235 date=1256657950]
    How about home cooked liver bites  ;D
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    Hi Val

    I have tried bought liver cake and ordinary liver, Is that something different? Have you got a recipe you can share? Thank you Gwen

    #73756
    *Lassie*
    Member

    Ilb liver (ox is best)
    9 tablespoons of plain flour
    an egg
    garlic
    and some milk
    blitz the liver, add beaten egg flour and garlic. Enough milk to thin it out then bake for 20 mins in a moderate oven.
    You know if it’s right as the whole house will stink of it and the dogs will sit by the oven ;D

    #73757
    Gwensway
    Member

    Hi Lassie,

    Thank you, I will try that, at least if it does not work I will give it to the other half for his tea. lol! :laugh:  Gwen

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