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Megora is right about distractions. If the dog has his whole attention on you then there is much less a chance of getting out of heel position or even leaving the ring. I was taught between exercises keep the dog engaged to keep attention on you. After the stand for exam last weekend, Jonah thought we were done and started to walk toward the exitway in the ring. I quickly got his attention back.

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Originally Posted by K9-Design View Post
Like this?

Gotta say I love this video. Fiona is very much like that dog. Adopted at 8yrs, now 10, no real training for it. I love how she prances alongside me.

That stay at the 2:50 mark in the video took some work with her, but she can do it

The down at 3:39 we never worked on, but she is more than capable.

If I ever had a dog that truly focused on me to that extent it is her. People comment about it all the time.

I am impressed with what you guys do. I've seen a glimpse of it with mine. To call it impressive is an understatement, it really makes ones heart sing.

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