Bo Peep Posted December 4, 2008 Report Share Posted December 4, 2008 Usher doesn't have one built in- sad but true. So we are working on his confidence in smaller outruns, building up to larger ones. Is this the proper technique? It's been so long and I always "hurried" them too fast. I want to do this right this time. We are going a little slower and longer at at out runs, his weakness. His directions are pretty well set- hands in the pockets (it's getting cold) and does his come byes and aways without being "set up"- if you know what I mean......he KNOWS the difference. He knows the "out" command, even with only a paw or two- we'll take it' Just need some tad bit of help on the outruns. Moving too slow for me. I am too wanted to quickly move up, where my trainer thinks things should move slowly, AH- bad habits by me. I just want to trial him without crashing and burning. Been there-done that. Not happy. I'm very happy with my trainer. Most important, he is happy with me. Good combo. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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