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In case you want to have your canine compete in obedience trials then you need to DO partner dog training. The obedience trials consist of 3 ranges amateur for the puppies which would companion dog training likely be simply getting began open duties and instructions that puppies need to do through using the use of voice or signal and software the first rate degree of obedience competition.


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kane007 I looked at your link and found the material very difficult to deal with because there are lots of typos and strange grammar going on there. There are quite a number of folks here who do performance sports and even one or two who teach performance sports (myself included). I don't disagree with the premise that good training is important and that performance work is really great team building however. If you are looking for resources here on training for performance sports there are lots of great threads. Here are a few links.


https://www.poodleforum.com/24-performance-agility-obedience-hunting/246282-noelles-adventures-competitive-obedience.html


https://www.poodleforum.com/24-performance-agility-obedience-hunting/117681-long-road-ud.html


https://www.poodleforum.com/24-performance-agility-obedience-hunting/205393-javelins-road-ring-ready.html


https://www.poodleforum.com/24-performance-agility-obedience-hunting/241714-intermediate-obedience-workshop.html
 

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Welcome to the Poodle Forum kane007! Please take a moment to review the rules pertaining to this online forum. We do not allow commercial advertising, so I have removed the link from your original post. Please do not use hyperlinks to lead our members to websites for commercial gain. Thank you.

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