14 hours ago

Precision K9 Training

After training, Murphy wanted to cut loose a little bit. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Nice having that big open space for inclement weather!

Someone is going to sleep well tonight!

Man he would be a great hunting dog!!!

I love it. That dog has more energy then ever. Love it. Good dog......

Thats so cute!!!

So cute!!

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15 hours ago

Precision K9 Training

More engagement/confidence work with Murphy today. If anyone is wondering what I am using as a reward, it is his daily food. That is how Murphy is fed for the day, through training. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I believe you and Murphy have definitely bonded. 😊 He’s a very happy puppy, and he does love his Science Diet Puppy food!

I would say Ollie settles in on place today. Place duration can be a process for dogs, Ollie was no exception. It took him a little while of moaning, whining, biting the leash, and occasionally trying to slither off, but eventually he chilled. πŸ‘ ... See MoreSee Less

I would say Ollie settles in on place today. Place duration can be a process for dogs, Ollie was no exception. It took him a little while of moaning, whining, biting the leash, and occasionally trying to slither off, but eventually he chilled. πŸ‘

 

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He is stubborn πŸ˜‚

He is just beautiful

Atta boy Ollie!!

Murphy, showing me he is ready to learn. Great job Murphy!!! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Wow! Just a couple of days with Bob and already seeing great progress!

😍 I miss him so much already this week, but he’s looking so good!

He is so cute

Had Ollie on the carpet mill today to relieve some of his energy. This was about after 15 minutes of being on it. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I think Ollie is much calmer

Layla during her private lesson today working on place to place. ... See MoreSee Less

Rosa working with Ollie this is from Friday. We are starting to use the remote collar, now that he knows the five obedience commands we teach in our board and train program. The five obedience commands are, sit, down, recall, place, and heel. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Awe that’s awesome.

He is doing great!

I can’t believe this is Ollie! He is doing so good!

We worked on public distractions/manners during Sunday’s basic group class. ... See MoreSee Less

Franklin did great during puppy group class. Directional recall and hold/release dumbbell. πŸ‘ ... See MoreSee Less

Murphy and Kato earlier today having some fun in the yard. ... See MoreSee Less

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