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Can someone point me in the right direction? Materials list would also be great! Anticipated thanks.

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I looked up Morin on the internet and got their website. They have a really cool catalog, and it has a pic of a portable pallisade. Good pics so it would be easy to copy. We have 1 at our club, but it is at the stupid training field that is 400000000000000000000 miles away. Good thing Buko likes to, and can jump well, otherwise I would be in trouble.

Soon I will have to build a broadjump. I think it is the most difficult to train, and no one in the club care to do this. Could be none of them will make it past ring one anytime soon. Good thing I am not bitter. I almost jumped into the table training discussion, but I might have gotten banned. I figure worthless dog training 101 can be discussed amongst the ill informed. :roll: I will stick to reality, and the patheticness of my club for a while.



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Now that I have started posting on this board, I am going to a seminar next week with a club in New Mexico that does Mondio and Schutzhund and they have a really nice palisade that they built. I will try to get some pictures of it and I know someone from the club built it so I would be happy to get their email address and PM it to you Andres.
 

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Jeff Oehlsen said:
I looked up Morin on the internet and got their website. They have a really cool catalog, and it has a pic of a portable pallisade. Good pics so it would be easy to copy. We have 1 at our club, but it is at the stupid training field that is 400000000000000000000 miles away. Good thing Buko likes to, and can jump well, otherwise I would be in trouble.

Soon I will have to build a broadjump. I think it is the most difficult to train, and no one in the club care to do this. Could be none of them will make it past ring one anytime soon. Good thing I am not bitter. I almost jumped into the table training discussion, but I might have gotten banned. I figure worthless dog training 101 can be discussed amongst the ill informed. :roll: I will stick to reality, and the patheticness of my club for a while.
Oh, Jeff, there is no possible way you could be banned now that you've become so sweet and gentle. O:) O:)
 

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Connie Sutherland said:
Jeff Oehlsen said:
I looked up Morin on the internet and got their website. They have a really cool catalog, and it has a pic of a portable pallisade. Good pics so it would be easy to copy. We have 1 at our club, but it is at the stupid training field that is 400000000000000000000 miles away. Good thing Buko likes to, and can jump well, otherwise I would be in trouble.

Soon I will have to build a broadjump. I think it is the most difficult to train, and no one in the club care to do this. Could be none of them will make it past ring one anytime soon. Good thing I am not bitter. I almost jumped into the table training discussion, but I might have gotten banned. I figure worthless dog training 101 can be discussed amongst the ill informed. :roll: I will stick to reality, and the patheticness of my club for a while.
:eek: JEFF?! :eek: :D :wink:

Jeff, how wide is the broad jump in your sport? Why is it difficult? The only broad jump I'm familiar with is in AKC :oops: :D .

Oh, Jeff, there is no possible way you could be banned now that you've become so sweet and gentle. O:) O:)
 

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Jeff Oehlsen said:
I almost jumped into the table training discussion, but I might have gotten banned. I figure worthless dog training 101 can be discussed amongst the ill informed. :roll:
I think you should jump on in. Talk it out over there!
 
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