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Puppy Training Log Week 32



We're getting closer to our show ring goals! This actually looks pretty good; here's what we're going to continue to work on:


1) Reduce and then eliminate the need for "look around" and "warm up" in the show ring.


2) Extend the number of behaviors in a sequence from 4-5 to 10-15.


3) Vamp down the praise/jumping at the end of a correct sequence.


4) More fluency with the halt-sit-down combo.


5) Start adding in people/dogs as "spectators" around the edges of the ring.


This is actually quite a lot of work! Wish us luck!

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