Monthly Archives: September 2012

Consistently Inconsistent

In dog sports we tend to focus on the orthopedic side of things.  We obtain information on structure, growth plate maturity, and OFA hip and elbow scores (I like Penn hips scores myself).  As we evolve as dog sport enthusiasts … Continue reading

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Four-legged curly top seeks agility instructor for my two-legged companion.  Must be a people person with experience teaching multiple learning styles and be familiar with classic signs of human anxiety, frustration, confusion, impatience, and fatigue.  Must not tolerate avoidance behavior … Continue reading

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