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Mersea Lopez
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PostSubject: Taste of the Wild as Treats   Sat Dec 09, 2017 5:59 pm

Never thought I'd see the day Grant takes kibble as treats, but it is as good as recommended here. Thanks so much! He's doing our agility course beautifully just for TOTW:



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PostSubject: Re: Taste of the Wild as Treats   Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:52 am

That's awesome. Mine will work for anything but just don't take to agility courses. That's so cool he dives right in.

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PostSubject: Re: Taste of the Wild as Treats   Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:34 pm

I wouldn't call him a natural, but I want something he can do with me in the yard besides zoomies. He wants me out there with him, so it gives us a fun way to interact and work on obedience. My family harasses me because he has very unreliable recall. Haha TOTW has been fabulous for his focus.

This morning, he asked me to set up the jump by jumping several times beside me when I took him out to the yard. It was so cute. He communicates through body language and is pretty creative about asking for what he wants. The important part is he's not jumping ON me, but has an acceptable way to bunny hop.

We run a 5K every day, and he has unstructured playtime, but advanced obedience training has been iffy. Finding treats I can use offleash during training has been such a relief.
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