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Old 05-04-2016, 07:52 PM
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Smile Archie's first dog training class

I'm so excited to go, I'm sure the little monkey will be on excellent form and show all the others how it's done They said not to feed him much before the class so Archie has hunted down a spider and ate it lol, nothing gets in the way of his stomach. Xx
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Old 05-04-2016, 10:17 PM
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I'm sure Archie will be leading the way at training........I had to laugh at the spider though!!!
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Old 05-04-2016, 10:27 PM
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Omg a spider catcher send him round better still come and train Tink to earn her keep good luck for tonight xxxx
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Old 05-04-2016, 11:20 PM
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Archie was abit overwhelmed at the noise and the number of puppies, a Staffy sniffed his bum and Archie growled at him, he kept trying to hide under the chair and wanting to sit on my lap. I was stroking the puppies to show him they were nice but he wasn't interested, he prefers a one to one meeting with a dog. He was good at the training excercises though, so hopefully next week he will be less overwhelmed. He was hyper when we got home for ages and after jumping around like a loon he became clingy. We have a system going on in our house with the cat, I swat flies and she eats them and now Archie hopefully will rid the house of spiders xx

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Meeting several pups in one go is a lot for a pup to take in. After a week or two I bet Archie will be itching to get into his training classes. xx
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Old 05-05-2016, 08:27 AM
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I am sure you will do well hun ................ spider? OMG!
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:37 PM
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He'll settle in. It took Zali a few weeks to get used to all the hype. Our club here only allow one to one greeting and meeting.
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Archie was abit overwhelmed at the noise and the number of puppies, a Staffy sniffed his bum and Archie growled at him, he kept trying to hide under the chair and wanting to sit on my lap. I was stroking the puppies to show him they were nice but he wasn't interested, he prefers a one to one meeting with a dog. He was good at the training excercises though, so hopefully next week he will be less overwhelmed. He was hyper when we got home for ages and after jumping around like a loon he became clingy. We have a system going on in our house with the cat, I swat flies and she eats them and now Archie hopefully will rid the house of spiders xx
Please tell me its not one of those 'Puppy socialisation' classes where they let them all off together and the dominant ones scare the life out of the quieter ones?
I run training classes and everyone stays on a lead, , check your club is KC registered and the trainers are fully qualified, did you know that anyone can set a training class up with no idea what they are doing.
Good training is a brilliant thing, bad training is out and out stupid, I wish you luck with him and cant wait to see photos of him working
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:11 PM
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It's a training class Lyn and Kc registered, all the dogs where on leads but the ones either side of where I was sitting where boisterous and trying to get at my liver treats. At the end of class we where encouraged to walk around letting the dogs meet each other but Archie wasn't interested as he was so much smaller than them. I will take pictures next time xx
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Old 05-05-2016, 07:47 PM
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Sounds great, i really look forward to hearing how he is getting on x
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