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New Guy in Class

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier Training' started by Julie k, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. Julie k

    Julie k Little Dog

    I am so happy I just had to share, I had an old student come in with a new mini-bull, and he is just divine. He had nine points in the breed ring, they tried to breed him twice and he failed to produce, and he and the resident Frenchie apparently had a battle, so at age five, he was neutered and my lady became his new mama. He's very handsome, engaging, and funny (of course;>) and somebody had already done quite a bit of obedience with him. His name is Keno, he's red with flashy white markings, and they'll be coming twice a week, with the goal of a rally title or two. She's going to have lots of fun with him as her last dog was inward and wanted to be morbidly obese.

    We all giggled while he bravely jumped little two inch jumps, donkey style.

    Julie K, loves Bull Terriers
  2. Debbie

    Debbie Good Dog


  3. Julie k

    Julie k Little Dog


    I have no camera! But I can give you a mental picture! He's now doing a series of four jumps and they are three inches. He loves doing this so much he tried to rip his mom's sweat pants off of her and left big tears in them! We are working on stays and targets so she doesn't have to run with him, he is after all, 5 yrs old. We built her a couple of jumps for at home and he is trimming up, getting some tuck and muscle tone.

    He just makes me and everybody in class smile and my dogs are p'oed at me because they don't get worked as much when he's there.

    Julie K

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