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Dog Training - For All Breeds and Ages

Why Do I  Compete?

In life generally I’m an extremely competitive person. When I’m running in a group I’ll try and be at the front, when I play games against kids I still try my hardest to win even if it ends in tears, and at school I was proud to be in a hockey team that won the league every year.

But I don’t compete to win. Don’t get me wrong, I want to win, I like winning and I’m proud when we do well. But I don’t compete just because I enjoy winning.

Enjoy the Process

How many of us who are now working a second or third dog in a sport we love, can look back fondly on our first dog, thinking how lucky we were that despite our inexperience and lack of knowledge and iffy criteria our dog somehow made it round a course, maybe even progressing through the grades.

How many of us who are now working a second or third dog in a sport we love, can look back fondly on our first dog, thinking how lucky we were that despite our inexperience and lack of knowledge and iffy criteria our dog somehow made it round a course, maybe even progressing through the grades.