Guest Shoofly Posted March 2, 2006 Report Share Posted March 2, 2006 Hey Amanda - First, it's really been a joy having you here answering questions, i've really enjoyed it. So, in the spirit of keeping it going -- Young dog, not quite 2, overshoots the top on his outruns. He goes a fair distance then comes back to lift nice and straight, and he's mostly pretty deep so not slashing the sheep as he goes around. I've not fretted too much about it since i'm usually battling the opposite problem with my dogs stopping short, and i figure i can always stop the youngster before he whips over too far. Should i be fretting more and doing something about this now? Will it haunt me in some way i'm not thinking of in the future? He's a pretty biddable sort of dog, tres enthusiastic on his way out, has a bit of eye, just for more info for you. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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