Are You 100% Prepared to Compete?Jul 12, 2022
It is extremely disappointing to be in the ring and have something unusual occur that derails your performance.
I teach seminars all over the country, and I hear the word “proofing” a lot. Often, proofing is described as extreme distractions that are loud, disruptive and leave dogs nervous about performing. That's not what we want!
That said, proofing is important. In today’s video, I describe two types of proofing that you must do to ensure your dog is 100% prepared to compete.
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series, I have discussed your ring warm-up, choreographing your performance, and now the necessary proofing to ensure your dog understands his job, and can perform in a distracting show environment.
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In this series I have done my best to teach you about proofing, warming up, and choreographing your performance. I have so much more I want to teach you. It is my heart’s desire to support you! I hope you’ll join me on THE OBEDIENCE ROAD.
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