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#5950
Kimberly Buchanan
Keymaster

You were SPOT ON with how you applied the body pressure to keep Blackie on the vehicle! It just happened that your position *may* have blocked the odor from the silver truck. So it’s a bit of a quandary as to what is the right move. So my point is that you didn’t do anything wrong. It just was circumstance, like turning left instead of right. 🙂 You could potentially back away slightly and let her choose which one to detail, working in front of you between them. That may or may not have made a difference.

I did notice the rain drops left to right but if the wind was blowing out in the open that way it’s possible there was a different air movement between the vehicles, either because of the channel (tho’ it was nice and wide), wind gusting or maybe a bouncing of the wind as it hit the vehicle. We’ll never know, but based on Blackie’s body language that’s how it appeared.

Kimberly Buchanan
Joyride K9 Dog Training