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 urban mushing :scratch: clinics in northern California?

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Join date : 2015-05-19
Location : manteca, ca

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PostSubject: urban mushing :scratch: clinics in northern California?   urban mushing :scratch:  clinics in northern California? EmptyWed Jun 24, 2015 4:11 pm

hi, i was wondering if knows of any husky clubs or groups that have urban mushing clinics during the cooler months of the year?  Smile i would really like to go and learn all the does and don't s of urban mushing.

any one have advice as when to start actually mushing or how to training him to stay in front of you, would be greatly appreciated. Cool

I've already trained him in the mush commands and the advance commands for u-turns. we practice them every couple of days and he leads in front. well he usually likes to be in front Suspect , he only walks in the heel position when hes tired Laughing .

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