I put Logan in a crate at the club last time we were there and it was a very well used crate (that's how I'll put it. lol) I asked if I could bring one and leave it there because I noticed they have shelves for crates. I was told I could bring one while we are taking a class for the duration of the class, so that's good since they ask we crate our dogs between turns.AACKKKK
Yes, she is surely a barker! When she wants out of the crate and to work -- or maybe she's just jealous of the other dogs getting attention?
We started chin rests, hand touches and she was introduced to some new recall games and even a step or 2 of 'heeling' using pocket hand -- she still does not totally get that she should watch my hand and follow it for food & toys tosses LOL
If she noticed the other dogs, she gave no indication She did greet my friend, not completely calmly but getting there
She strongly objected to the community crate I used when I first told her to kennel up -- probably the disinfectant I used since I use natural cleaners at home which generally have a light pleasant scent - the spay at the club is .. well chemically and strong even to human noses. Once in, she was fine.
Wren sounds like she is doing well. Logan loves touch!