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    Awesome videos tried a few tonight. He was hyper tonight though! Maybe I am worrying about nothing. He was chasing the ball and bringing it back!

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    haha dogs can be real sh*ts sometimes. you want them to do something and they don't do it then you turn your back and BAM! they are doing it

    oh just a word of warning about the fetching of the beer. Make sure that either A) there is nothing in the fridge he will take for himself or B) you use a specific fridge for this trick as we learnt the hard way .... by losing a carton or milk.

    I guess I didn't really think that one out you see my dog is smart and she figured, well I can open the fridge so why not help myself to whatever is in there naughty naughty girl
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    Maybe tracking instead that would be cool
    I have done a few tracking trainings with my minis via Tracking and Rescue Dog Club of NSW. I love tracking with my minis...it is a great fun. I love it because it is a a great equaliser and you are not competing with other dogs (and their owners ) We had the last training last saturday (trainings are usually sunday) for this year (trainings happen during colder months). Perhaps you can join next year. There are many GSDs in the club.
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaz Tarja View Post
    haha dogs can be real sh*ts sometimes. you want them to do something and they don't do it then you turn your back and BAM! they are doing it

    oh just a word of warning about the fetching of the beer. Make sure that either A) there is nothing in the fridge he will take for himself or B) you use a specific fridge for this trick as we learnt the hard way .... by losing a carton or milk.

    I guess I didn't really think that one out you see my dog is smart and she figured, well I can open the fridge so why not help myself to whatever is in there naughty naughty girl
    My dog is an outside dog anyway only allowed in the house occasionally probably have a beer only fridge outside in the garage. Sneaky little dog though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    I am in a small town near Finley.
    Any thing in Shep or Albury?
    There is a GSD Obedience/Club in Albury/Wodonga, every Sunday morning at the Wodonga Tafe grounds. But they do not do "bite-work" ( now I Know what you mean)....They are a Group of GSD lovers who, who promote well being, training Obedience, Showing and Tracking. I do Tracking with them sometimes and am good friends with several of the Trainers
    Pets are forever

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    Good to know about to move closer to albury. Could be handy

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