In this episode (26:28)
We’re joined this week by Brittany Schaezler for a discussion on some of the common (and not so common) mistakes we’ve seen our inexperienced dogs make as they begin competing. Add these items to your list of proofing and training and you’ll have a few less mistakes to worry about with your next Novice dog!
- Our Previous Podcast: Episode 60: Preparing for Your Novice Debut
- Our Previous Podcast: Episode 98: The Importance of a Clear Start to Every Sequence
Brittany put together a video showing a few of these green dog mistakes we discussed in the podcast:
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