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OK so the title attracted you? i did teach 3 dogs years ago to climb ladders
but this post isn't about that

it's about how our dogs move up a step on the ladder of learning and every 8 weeks or so fall down 2 steps and regress.

Max now 19mos old........model of obedience at home, in petsmart etc
OK what's up with Mr Wiggle Worm Oh please mom let me just like that tiny puppy once or snif those wiener dogs as they look good to me.

and for some reason i must have worked to much on heel, cause Max for the 1st time would stay NOPE he kept heeling at my side and/or following me doing perfect heels hahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

i don't know if we're going to ever make it to CGC or not but i must say for the most part i am having fun and finally have learned to laugh it off when we have an off night at class.

he's good at home, he's good with company, he's good in my truck and in stores now
he's just not that good at staying attentive to me in class
OH put on a prong collar and heck, step right up and see the
straight A student doodle in training! hahhaaaaaaaaaaa

NOW as far as climbing ladders........Peanut might be one as she could climb out of xpens at 9wks old :roll:

NOW does this face portray any sign of comical and/or devilishness? :roll:
 

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Sounds like Max is the Max :wink:
 

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were you talking to my trainer? cause last night she Max was fine and does well in her eyes :shock:

and we'll just take our good ole time letting Max mature more :D

PS that is one of favorite pics of Max...melts me every time :wink:
 
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