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  1. Thanks to everyone. I must say I feel pretty silly, because I caught the bandit in the act today, and it turns out that while we walk, the CAT is using his bed as a litter box... I threw it away just now, and hopefully he'll now go where he needs to. Even though I now have a different problem on my hands, it makes me feel better to know that Koda isn't the one doing this. Thank you all for great responses though.
  2. So my 11 month old boy has developed a nasty habbit over the last 3 days. He will, well, take a poop in his dog bed (which he hardly ever uses, he sees the crate as his bed) and then... rub himself in it! This would not worry me if it was other animal feces, but it seems quite unnatural for him to rub in his own, doesn't it? This has happened every day for three days the moment I take my eyes off him, each time less than an hour after we return from a two hour walk where he has already popped! I swear he is saving it.. I'm wondering if he is stressed about something even though he seems fi
  3. Hi everyone! A little update. I decided to go with topdog agility after a couple of recommendations and we had our first class yesterday. It was remarkably different! With praise and cheesy treats Koda conquered the a-frame, tunnel and wait table. And more importantly he had fun and did not want to leave. Michael is a perfect match for us and does private lessons only which made the hour a lot more productive. We will be going here permanently. Thank you to everyone for your help!
  4. Thank you all for your quick responses. I spoke with Jill from dog on it and classes don't open up until April/may and go on break shortly thereafter. We may just have to wait it out, after all a couple of months isn't long compared to years of great training. I believe wwbc knows someone who attends the mt dora club, so I'll wait and see what she has to say before deciding. Tampa is a stretch, but I won't rule it out, at this point I just want to find a club I can enjoy regardless of the drive. Luckily for me, Koda loves riding in the car, so long drives aren't an issue.
  5. Hello to everyone! I just joined the forum and I'll write an introduction about myself and my pup Koda soon. As of right now I'm in need of some help: I just started Koda up for agility as he just turned 10 months. I found what seemed to be a great trainer and a great location and drove myself and him to class, excited to finally start after a six year break. We've been doing obedience since he was two months old and I've always trained with treats, praise and clicker (he's the first dog I've clicker trained). It works for both of us. This instructor believed in none of that, which s
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