mnp13 wrote:I was just reading a website about it. Has anyone tried it?
It appears to be a random set of OB exercises that have to be done in a certian amount of time, is that correct?
It seems pretty straight forward, but that usually means it's complicated!!
mnp13 wrote:What's with the spiral thing? does your dog have to spin around infront of you, or around you while you walk?
Do you know how titles work? You have to get one passing score? Three or four? I couldn't find it on their website.
This might be a good thing to try with Ruby, she didn't like agility because the training was very boring for her.
mnp13 wrote:The training was boring. In class we did the runs over and over and over and over. After the second or third run she would zoomie all over the place and play keep away. She loved it, but unless the course was different every few runs I guess she didn't find it challenging. I was in class with some people who had dogs that just didn't 'get it' so needed 10 runs to get it right.
mnp13 wrote:does that transplate to "jabber constantly to your dog"?
cheekymunkee wrote:He's so freaking CUTE!!!!
mnp13 wrote:He is very cute.
What are the ribbons for? Did he win? Earn legs on his title? get his title?
Lisa wrote:Michelle, I have a book on rally-o you can check out if you make it out on saturday. Read it while you wait to test (TT).
On March 08 2006, mnp13 wrote:Lisa wrote:Michelle, I have a book on rally-o you can check out if you make it out on saturday. Read it while you wait to test (TT).
We'll be there, and I will definately take a look, thanks!
I think Ruby would really enjoy that, since it's not precision and she doesn't have to follow all those annoying rules.
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