I've tried to upload this film, just a part of it or just a glimpse since Friday, but the Weebly app didn't agree with me. But here it is... So we got to work on not looking at the dog during the heeling, just relax while sitting even though the most exciting thing is about to happen and to gallop in with the retrieve.
But first we started working on the rounding of a cone and the out in a straight forward line- so useful to have when we work on the other three parts, to make patterns and chains of sequences.
And we've been doing some water work during the weekend and she is learning how to dive in to the water!
Becca, well she was a bit off, it feels like when she started getting trouble with her wrist... Laying down goes slowly, when jumping it's always with the right foot first and so on. So no pressure, just stability in old knowledge and an warming wrap around that left wrist.
The water retrieves has been fun to see, how she grows with every climb in from the bridge and new experience in new surroundings.
Ebba, well she's been working with the combination of sit-stay-out-here through waiting while I put a treat on something 1-7 meters in front of her, walk back, get eye contact and are allowed to go with the out command and then is called back with a here command. Hindquarter control, heel and the three main commands sit-stand-lay down is in her schedule.
And water was not that scary as she decided to make a shortcut and dive from the bridge and swim to the shore where I was standing. I guess that the glittery floor being so very wet was a surprise though 😂
Well all of us write here, both humans and dogs ;) At least that was the plan but it seems it´s mostly me Robyn who´s attached to the keyboard...