Generally training at Wayeh looks like this:
The goal for our breed dogs is a lofty one: a working housedog who is an all-around champion.
And then to breed that dog in order to produce a second-generation dog of the same caliber. Along the way, to have a blast "playing" with our dogs. <smile> Otherwise what's the point?
This is why we have so many great mother-son days working our dogs. The reality is a dog like Summer who has her AKC CH and was coming out in her AKC CD, had the beginnings of her working titles and temperament certifications. Her son Snowman lives in Florida where he can't do the working titles, but he already has 5 obedience titles (so far); he can't find Malamute competition to get AKC CH points, but he has BOBs every time he goes and has 4 levels of IABCA-INT Championship titles. Or his brother Tom T. who has all his working titles, is fast approaching his obedience, but is neutered. Or his sister Singer who is a goofball and can't stand to be that far away from her mom on the obedience stays and hates to show in conformation -- give her the harness any day.
But it's the GOAL:
These goals are the equivalent of college degrees of their area. These are the things we want as a minimum.
Advanced degrees would be things like:
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* Spring City, (East) Tennessee
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