However, I think our contacts might be officially broken in trials...not a big surprise since they've been inconsistent for a while now. While he's never missed a contact (knock on wood), on Saturday we had a running dog walk, teeter *and* a-frame. Oops.
In all fairness, our lack of a consistent 2 on/2 off in trials is entirely my doing. And to be honest, I'm not sure that I would have changed much even though I knew that we would be at this point sooner or later. While Peyton has pretty darn good contacts in practice, I've made quite a few adjustments in trials, so I can't really blame him for not holding his contacts...or in some cases even stopping. :)
I'm not all that concerned...just one more thing to add to our "need to work on" list. It's really not long enough. Ahem.
Besides, Peyton thinks the 1RTBI (one rear toenail barely in) method of contact training is the way to go...
Seriously, how fun is this face?
His enthusiasm is contagious. :)
Longer legs would be helpful. Referring to *me*, of course.
How can you *not* love him?