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Connie Sutherland said:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Is that Jeff in the video?
Heels, heavy tan, big hair, infectiously annoying demeanor, obedient dog...no judges table around...but hey, could be.
 

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That's good obedience and excellent comunication with her dog, there's something for everyone out there. Good training is good training, right Jeff?
 

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Al Curbow said:
That's good obedience and excellent comunication with her dog, there's something for everyone out there. Good training is good training, right Jeff?
EXCELLENT Obedience. Not only would that dog jump on a table...it would dance on it!
 

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*reaches for $1 bills in pocket for the table dancing dog* :eek: 8) :lol:

Seriously though, I can just barely not fall backwards just doing drive work, how am I supposed to have a decently sized dog dart under my legs while "dancing?"
 

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Jeff, it's not funny if you let us tease you like that and dont' come back with anything! You know how you can get revenge on me, specifically. Until then...I am declaring you pwned, baby!!!! :lol:

 

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Maybe that dance routine is little tougher than what Jeff is used to training. Oh wait I forgot, Jeff is almighty and his dogs are perfect. Jeff- do you think that it would help the dog to learn to carry the dance shoes.
 

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jay lyda said:
Maybe that dance routine is little tougher
I am embarassed to even ask, but do they generally go with high-prey types for that kind of thing? Just wondering, even if it makes my head hurt.
 

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Prey or food drive, generally food drive is my guess since that's what everyone's familiar with.... and a dog that gets very excitable with high pitched praise and handler enthusiasm.
 

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I think Jeff don't respond to it because he is rehearse it, I think he gives his performance when we meet each other :lol:
 

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So I was really bored, and looked at some dumb thread entitled "lets dance" in the video section here, and apparently am being made fun of.

If you ask me, it is a well trained dog. Martine Loots has a video version of she and her dog dancing on her site. She and her husband do BR. Maybe you have heard of them.

Sure, I have dressed up in womens clothing. It was for a play entitled; Woody, stop looking at my ass you queer f&%^. The ending was spectacular, I beat Woody with that stupid cat in the photograph, urban style. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

I think I read about the trainer and her dog a couple of years ago. THe two of them have won a lot of competitions. I think that dog is 7 or 8. That is a lot of training for sure.

As the almighty, I think that Jay, and Woody should get together and put on a show with their dogs at the next ASR function. Should be more impressive than the actual trial. :eek: :p I think the theme of the trial should be, look my dog only bites on a runaway. :twisted: :p :p :p

I think that Goldens and Dobermans are the only two dogs allowed at these competitions, both only bite from bad nerves, and even then..................maybe. :twisted: (sorry Elly :p )

On a more serious note, think how good an escort this dog would do in ring. Now if he only could bite.



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Good response, classic in balancing actually good, provocative information with lowbrow insults that probably left a lame taste in your mouth. Well played, nun-worthy.

 

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jay lyda said:
Hey maybe we should add that to ASR, I think that would show the dogs OB abilities. They can do a dance routine and then go straight into the defense of the DJ!
Not fair. Achilles can't fit through my legs...it'd look like a cheap pony ride.

I know I'm a weak softy and all, but I actually enjoyed that (no, I have no intentions of traininng a dog to dance...just think it's interesting).
 

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I really think its awesome OB. Its takes alot of time and dedication to achieve that! My dog isn't a bit weak but I think she is feminine enough to learn to dance- maybe I'll teach her how to shag!
 
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