If you know me in real life you would know that I'm driven. I can be a wee bit intense. While I have fun with my animals, I'm also slightly serious about my fun. Which probably makes my fun less fun for the dogs. Luke's owner kindly agreed to give me some guidance with Ryder's agility foundation. We worked on "dig" and I learned how to better progress through the drill. Ryder is extremely quick which is challenging for me.
I've actually started a paper journal to write down my "instructions" so I don't forget. It'll be nice to have some new games to play with him. My Honey thought that Ryder definitely showed more enthusiasm for the agility. I've suspected this but will keep working on both herding and agility games. Honey has gone with me to Ken's and worked dogs there, as well as Stacy's to do agility games. I wanted him to see both worlds so he can understand some of the nuances. Then, if he wants, he can dip his toes into one or both worlds.