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    I've been doing agility with Herc for a few months and he's a natural! A classmate took a video of us last week doing a practice course, hopefully this link works:

    https://youtu.be/hfDGI3zP4hc

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    Awww, that was great! What kind of dog is he? He looked like he enjoyed himself.
    ~ Lisa & Rupert

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sparrow View Post
      Awww, that was great! What kind of dog is he? He looked like he enjoyed himself.
      Rott x Pit? We don't really know, that's our best guess

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jrturk View Post
        I've been doing agility with Herc for a few months and he's a natural! A classmate took a video of us last week doing a practice course, hopefully this link works:

        https://youtu.be/hfDGI3zP4hc
        Awwwww - loved it!!! It looks like so much fun (plus a lot of work too, of course)! Go Herc!!!

        PS: what treats do you use for this type of "hard core" training?
        -Lisa (Zoomer's mom)

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        • #5
          Love it!!! He looks so happy and proud at the end!
          sigpicKelly

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          • #6
            WTG!! You both look like you're having a blast! Loved his excited circles at the end!!
            sigpic

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lisacp75 View Post
              Awwwww - loved it!!! It looks like so much fun (plus a lot of work too, of course)! Go Herc!!!

              PS: what treats do you use for this type of "hard core" training?
              When we work on something difficult (like the weave poles), he gets cheese balls. Otherwise we just use soft treats like cut up Pupperoni. Honestly he seems to work more for the praise than the treats, he is eager to please.

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