He is such a goof. He’s also learning to pass. Yesterday at flyball practice he was behind Fred, a Cattledog on our team. And when I released Jet he would lean over to Fred and snark at him, but just to play. So when he did that I gave him a but UH-UH! Oh boy, the look Jet gave me was like he was going to cry. He gave me the most sad, miserable look in the world. This little Danish-Swedish Farmdog boy sure is sensitive! But he was good the next time he passed Fred! (I won’t mention the part where I kneeled on his toe and made him whine… ooops).
So Jet’s flyball is coming along nicely! I think he’ll be ready for the March tournament. I’ll put him in singles and pairs for sure. Maybe he’ll be ready for a team, we’ll have to see. Not sure if he should be relied upon as height dog quite yet, but he’s getting close!
I do need to find some cutting tools so I can make a 14″ prop at home to practice. I put up the agility jump and it seems a 14″ prop gets him to get his four feet on the box quite well. I don’t want to rely on a prop, but hopefully he won’t need it after a while. We’ll see!