Winston is quite relaxed with Betty for his three minute supervised isolation while his owner is out of sight. This exercise seemed to be the one the owners were most stressed about how their dog would do....yet, this was not the exercise that caused many problems at all, only one dog failed on this test.
I combined three of the exercises into one station here, Test 1,2,3.
These two agility jumps represent entering through a gate or doorway. This was our oldest dog tested, she was nine; she passed.
Again, this is the combined Test 1,2,3. What a nice big fellow!
Reaction to passing dog, Test 9. Little Emma (the test dog) met mainly very large dogs in this exercise. Both dogs sitting relaxed by their owners.
Test 4 - Out for a walk. Winston was a pretty relaxed guy walking along with his mom.
It's been quite a while since there was a CGN in North Bay. The plan is to have another one in the spring. There are already a few people wanting to do this that didn't find out in time or couldn't attend this one. It is nice for spectators to watch and see good dogs and responsible owners instead of hearing negative reports all too often. Training for the CGN Test is not all that difficult or time consuming and it's fun. It's just basic manners that all our dogs should have.