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DR: Did you get any grief for having a pit bull terrier, or did you find support? TV: Everyone has been super nice at studies. Our canines usually get a good response given that they look so pleased to be working. DR: It looks like so much fun. Today How long have you been training to get to where you are?
TV: We’ve been training for nearly a calendar year. However, Martin is special since he could be such a soft guy and has a lot of environmental stressors. He’d get so worried in new places that he’d get shut down. He also concerns – a LOT – about being ‘incorrect’ so we move pretty slow.
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- 10 years ago from North Carolina
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DR: How can a dog owner tell if their dog is an excellent applicant for Rally? TV: Rally is a great sport for almost any dog! With the AKC’s new Canine Partners program, even mixed breed dogs or dogs who don’t qualify for a PAL sign up number is now able to compete.
Trials are pretty congested with people/canines, so your dog does need to be able to manage to have other canines around. Novice Rally is on leash, but the next two levels are off leash. I encourage visitors to give it a try really! DR: What’s next for you guys? TV: Now that he has his RN name (Rally Novice), we will be moving on to Rally Advanced (off leash, more stations). Martin must hear what a GOOD BOY he is! If that actually is the case, we are pleased with where we use Rally, since even to be where he is is an enormous accomplishment for such a soft dog now.
It’s all rather Devil Wears Prada – in more ways than one. I had been 24 after I landed employment at a boutique PR agency in central London, working with a variety of clients in beauty and health. One of my new colleagues stood out among the rest. Around my age group, she had the self-confidence to be brusque with juniors, seniors, and clients alike.
I liked her. She knew her stuff and she was great at her job. She was needed by me to like me. For a while, everything was harmonious until, with the annual review of salaries on promotions coming, things began to change. She started overlooking my email messages. She wouldn’t be a part of team meetings if she thought I’d be running them.