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Old 06-17-2007, 12:56 PM   #2
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Great post Katz and so true!

With your permission here's a link to an earlier article I wrote that also ties in with the subject.

When you think of getting into competitive events with your dog, what do you think of first? Endless hours of training with just you and your dog; a wall lined with ribbons and trophies and framed certificates, bragging to your friends, or even basking in the glory of a job well done?

All of the above are of course a big part of the competitive world of dogs; but when it's all over and done with--there's so much more!

Up to, and during the time all of these things are taking place; you're having the adventure of your life and building a lifetime of memories. Memories that will make you laugh, memories that will make you smile and even memories that will bring tears to your eyes.
Link to the rest of it.

A well trained dog will make no attempt to share your lunch.

He'll just make you feel guilty while you're eating it.

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