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    Thanks Hyacinth

    That all makes perfect sense to me.
    That's a good method with the "really reliable recall" I've seen many well trained dogs get distracted and shoot through and put themselves in danger as a result. Your method would certainly be a handy tool to have in my bag of tricks.
    I'll be adopting that method for sure.
    I wasn't that keen on the ham either, but I will keep it for that instance - ham is his kryptonite.

    It seems dog training is human training too - haha
    I'm the old dog that's learning the new tricks now.

    Thanks again Hyacinth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bundybear View Post
    Thanks Hyacinth

    That all makes perfect sense to me.
    That's a good method with the "really reliable recall" I've seen many well trained dogs get distracted and shoot through and put themselves in danger as a result. Your method would certainly be a handy tool to have in my bag of tricks.
    I'll be adopting that method for sure.
    I wasn't that keen on the ham either, but I will keep it for that instance - ham is his kryptonite.

    It seems dog training is human training too - haha
    I'm the old dog that's learning the new tricks now.

    Thanks again Hyacinth.
    VERY TRUE, dog training is often more about human training, lol............

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