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I finally think I have an intelligent question about a problem I'm having in my brain.

 

When to move up?

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I think it depends on where you feel your dog should be? I moved up, because my dog is capable of doing small open level sized courses for driving and cross driving, and sheds. It's about where your dog is, imo, it should not be about points, it should be about where you are, and what you are comfortable with.

 

 

I finally think I have an intelligent question about a problem I'm having in my brain.

 

When to move up?

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I think Julie is right that when you feel your dog is ready for the next level, you move up. If you are consistently doing well at whatever level you're at, and you know your dog has the skills to do what's required at the next level, then go for it.

 

J.

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kelpiegirl wrote: "I moved up, because my dog is capable of doing small open level sized courses for driving and cross driving, and sheds. "

 

Wow. So you moved up to open? congrats.

 

Lori Cunningham

Milton, PA

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:rolleyes: Hi again Lori, it alway seems that if I post, I get a quick retort from certain people...... :D

I should have added, that I moved up to pro-novice. But, I suppose I could move up to open, just to say I did :D:D

 

 

 

 

kelpiegirl wrote: "I moved up, because my dog is capable of doing small open level sized courses for driving and cross driving, and sheds. "

 

Wow. So you moved up to open? congrats.

 

Lori Cunningham

Milton, PA

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Hi Julie-

 

Well, then good luck in PN.

 

Given that I've posted 82 times since 8/04, and you've posted 4,365 times since 1/05, if you're referring to me with your "retorts" comments and subsequent odd PM, your perception that "it always seems" is strangely unfounded.

 

Best wishes,

 

Lori Cunningham

Milton, PA

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You know, it just isn't worth it. Time for me to just quit existing here, because of the clear irritation I create when I post. If you want to keep up with me, my blog address is below.

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