Jem - Kandansk Emerging Artist


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Age: 1 Year   Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs


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Nicknames:
Jem-jem, Jem-jam, Jemmy, Jemstone

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
February 4th 2013

Likes:
Playing and being loved.

Pet-Peeves:
When Jewel doesn't want to play.

Favorite Toy:
Stuffed toys that are bigger than her and balls.

Arrival Story:
Jem is my first puppy and first breeder dog. She is meant to be my sports dog.

Bio:
Jem is a Kandansk dog, her dad Kandansk Storm Warning "Doppler" is both an American & Canadian champion, her mother Kandansk Bootylicious "Beyonce" is a Canadian champion and her Aunt (Doppler's littermate) was #1 Mini Poodle is Canada 2012. Whew!! High expectations much??

Forums Motto:
Toy-aholic

The Last Forum I Posted In:
New Puppy!!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 11th 2013 More than 1 year!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
1291493


Meet my family
Jewel, PCD

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Jem's Training Log


6 Month

August 14th 2013 9:11 am
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Retrieve - over a jump, sits before hand, waits for me to take the dumbbell (sometimes drops it but picks it back up) and starting to learn to sit while holding the dumbbell (that's tough ya know!)

Wait- Sometimes wants to walk with me, needs a firm hand signal.

Recall - solid from the "wait", not so much if she thinks you're going to pick her up or put a collar/leash on her

Fronts - doesn't sit straight on, need to get my Dad to make me aids from seminar to get her staight

Finish - not straight

Back - Still needs a guiding hand at her side to remind her not to sit the first time I ask her to do this then can do a couple steps without it

Weave - working on just her weaving between 3 cones, she has NO hide end awareness, she's knocking cones over with her hide end.

Ball - more confident and rolls it around more for less, seems to enjoy it

 

5 months of age

July 17th 2013 1:36 pm
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Sit - while touching her or squeeking and throwing toy

Stand - while touching her, squeeking and throwing toy or trying to get Jewel to rest her front paws on her back for cute picture in the future

Down - while touching her or squeeking and throwing toy

Heeling - wide and lagging at time when working outside, sits without command

Leash - more likely to pull when walked with Jewel or sees a bird

Touch (nose)- touchs my hand working on target (bottle cap)

Foot - touchs my hand working on target (bottle cap)

Hold - must try to only use this for grooming and teach her wait & stay

Retrieve - working with plastic dumbbell now, puts in hand. Must work up to her waiting for me to take it. Then move to full formal retrieve.

Watch me - Working on having her focus on my face while waving around my other hand with a toy. Very tough for her but she tries and always refocuses.

Recall - Hard to work on with a dog that never leaves you. Either need to get a wait on her or have someone over to hold her to work on this.

Cone - Knocks over small orange cone and stands it back up. Some floundering finding the right spot to stand it back up but coming along nicely.

Box - seems scared to step into the box even after seeing Jewel do it and trying to lure her.

Take it - working on teaching her that it applies to anything I say not just the item I taught it to her on.

Leave it- Great! She'll drop anything she picks up on a walk, always gets treat in trade at this point.

Ball - working on having her roll a large ball around, she's a little scared of it coming back at her but will touch it with her nose.

Bow - Luring for this, using my hand to gently keep her rear end up.

Back - Luring then clicking and using my hand to stop her from sitting. She's starting to take a step without my hand.

Socks - End goal is for her to pull off my socks and take them to the laundry basket. Right now she'll pull them off if I get them half off for her and she loves to take socks OUT of the laundry basket.

 
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