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Final tuneup

Wednesday evening was our final tuneup and the only question to be answered was whether or not Doc was gun shy. I would have been shocked if he was, given how he wants to play outside during thunderstorms and loud noises seem to only excite him. 524 more words

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Creeping and steady to flush

I was hoping that by now the neighbors’ cows would have made a lot more progress on eating down the grass, but as it is, they’re barely keeping up with its growth. 511 more words

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Training continues

Sophie took her first elevator ride this past Friday while doing therapy work, and as hot as it was, I treated her with a swim at the local pond afterwards and then topped it off with two corn dogs. 333 more words

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Evening training with Mia

I haven’t been too consistent with my plans for nightly training, but this evening it was Mia’s turn. I put the e-collar on her but it’s hardly necessary anymore and the only setting I use is “tone”. 203 more words

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Evening training with Elvis

After the Mia-Elvis-Dakota birthday dinner Thursday evening, I took Elvis out for some training in the pasture. I it just took a little maturing for Elvis to come around because he’s taking his training a little more seriously nowadays. 152 more words

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Evening training with Doc

Since the days are getting longer, my plan is to work with one of the guys each evening and today I began with Doc. Putting Doc on a waistcord and using a wing-clipped Pheasant, we spent about half-an-hour training. 257 more words

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Bumpers and bird wings

After Doc shredded a rug and floor runner, I decided he was trying to tell us something, so I took everyone out in the pasture to stretch their legs and get in a little training. 153 more words

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