Gunny wrote:Thanks Penny, It's been wonderful. I mean Berts the type of guy you would want to train with because he is just a down to earth guy, he has a good time. One thing he does much better than most of the people here in America is he does not worry so much. He sees problems as a chance to train the dog, not a possible chance to fail a trail. He also is the best handler I have seen.
Will wrote:Always nice to hear positive feedback about your work. Congrats to both Jim and Danny for their efforts. Jim for providing a great home & working environment and Danny for choosing wisely.
On a slightly different note: GUNNY, when are you slated to make the move out here to Michigan? Any new developments on that front?
That's a good idea. I'll check into that.Candy wrote:Danny, I know everyone will be busy training and taking the time to just enjoy Bert & Nicole, but wouldn't it be nice to do a interview with him for the AWMA and UScA magazines? Hint, hint, hint The youngest FCI World Champion ever?!?!?!
I'm sure there would lots of interest in Bert's beginnings and history into dog training.
Just thought I'd toss that out there Either way enjoy and have fun training.
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