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tommyjake
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posted June 23, 2004 12:27 PM      Profile for tommyjake   Author's Homepage         
Anyone do freestyle or heelwork to music with their dogs? Its a really fun dog sport. I am doing a demonstration on saturday in front of a crowd of about a hundred, showing the all the tricks involed etc...
I hope Jake concentrates and does it in strange surroundings, also my mum is doing it with my other dog Tommy. Wish me luck!!! [Smile] [Razz]

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weimlover0816
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posted June 23, 2004 01:11 PM      Profile for weimlover0816         
How fun!! Good luck to you, your mom, and the doggies!!

I just saw a news story about this the other day.... I think. The people and dogs had routines set to music, very interesting. I could never do it!!! Roslynd could, but I have no rhythm!! LOL

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BreeZy/sheltiepups
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posted June 23, 2004 03:38 PM      Profile for BreeZy/sheltiepups   Author's Homepage         
good luck!

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ellierat
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posted June 25, 2004 04:19 AM      Profile for ellierat         
Something different, never heard of it before, but if you are having fun, why not!!!
Good luck, hope he doesn't get stage fright, give him heaps of encouragement, he will be a bit put off, may not do what he normally does with all the people.
Best Wishes to you and your pal. [Big Grin]

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tommyjake
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posted June 25, 2004 10:14 AM      Profile for tommyjake   Author's Homepage         
Thanks you guys, he probely won't concentrate at all but hopefully he will be ok.
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