Whilst we couldn’t describe Gloria’s performance as polished, we saw much that was encouraging in her work. Over the course of the session Gloria begins to flank nicely, with no obvious favoured direction, and is keen, confident and committed. Gloria developed into a very capable working dog and, revisiting this lesson, we can see that all the signs were there.
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Glad you like the tutorial Deb – unfortunately, there is no footage of Gloria at a more advanced stage as she went to work on a sheep farm in Scotland. It can be very trying when you have keen dogs that are strong-willed, but if you persist, you’ll be rewarded – they usually make the best dogs in the end. If you watch the “Starting a Strong Dog” tutorial, the dog in that is Tess – and we do have some footage of her later on – in Part 2 of the “Outrun” tutorial.
What I particularly like is seeing that it doesn’t all go smoothly and the dog is not perfect. It reassures me I’m going ok, having the same issues at this stage. Is there any more of Gloria at a further advanced stage? I’d like to know if she became a steadier dog as she gained experience, as I have a number of dogs like this – fast and don’t want to give in. thanks Deb