What a week it has been! Yesterday concluded our last day of voting for our Top 20 videos in the Puppy Peaks Video Contest, and today, the top 8 videos chosen over the last 4 days will FACE OFF for the Grand Prize! We received so many fabulous video entries during this contest, and I am so inspired by all of your stories of how Puppy Peaks changed your life and your relationship with your dogs. That has always been my number 1 goal in starting Say Yes Dog Training, and it warms my heart when I see these videos that attest to that!
For anyone who’s just joining us, we asked our members of the past Puppy Peaks course to make a video telling us how Puppy Peaks changed their lives. We are getting ready to open up the Puppy Peaks program again for registration for the first time in two years, and we thought this would be a great way to start things off! We watched every single video (there were a lot!) and narrowed it down to our favourite 20 videos. Then we asked the members of our community to choose their top 2 videos every day for the last 4 days, giving us the 8 videos you’ll see below!
Now it’s up to you to help us choose the Grand Prize winner! Watch the 8 videos below and the vote for your favourite! I can’t wait to see who wins! Good luck to all of our finalists! And good luck to our voters…it is not an easy decision! 🙂
1.) Megan Meade
2.) Tamara Allcorn
3.) Willy Demis
4.) Andreja Zitnik
5.) Marie-Pier Lacasse
6.) Shauna Wenzel
7.) Katie Kisielnicki
8.) Sharon McMahon
Vote for your FAVOURITE video below!
Vote for 1 video below!
- Video 1: Megan Meade (35%, 839 Votes)
- Video 5: Marie-Pier Lacasse (30%, 716 Votes)
- Video 8: Sharon McMahon (10%, 249 Votes)
- Video 7: Katie Kisielnicki (9%, 206 Votes)
- Video 6: Shauna Wenzel (8%, 203 Votes)
- Video 3: Willy Demis (6%, 139 Votes)
- Video 4: Andreja Zitnik (2%, 44 Votes)
- Video 2: Tamara Allcorn (1%, 20 Votes)
Total Voters: 2,409
Just tried to vote. I think it did not get accepted. Loved them all and finally decided on Willy’s because of the truly life changing experience PP has been for him and his dog. Wish they could all take first place.
Loved all the videos…next time I’m gonna enter.
Love PUPPY PEAKS, and Willy I thought your video would be very inspiring to people who might be thinking of changing the way they train.
No gripes here…just looking forward to getting more training time in now that things are getting back to normal after the “straight line winds” that tore through my town and blew my life around this summer. So many hardships in life are inevitable and none of us are immune to struggles.
I don’t think Susan is about “rules”, she is about finding joy in training and celebrating success…large & small, our own and others.
Ok it is 12 midnight in Texas – is voting over? I sure would like to go to bed ❤
Gee. Being a bit competitive, I thought the voting would have ended by now!
Ok above dribble by me is kinda funny…I am so thankful to be a part of this contest! What a wonderful and spirited group of trainers we are! All the 20 videos and more were such a testament to the Say Yes program! I enjoyed watching all the videos!
Did’nt Susan once say ‘the important thing is to kick back from our computers and go play with our dogs’ – let’s do that and skip the ‘in-house’ entertainment and send good wishes to Susan for a BIG WIN this week-end…..
I didn’t submit a video because I ran out of time and there are others far more talented than me in this regard but Puppy Peaks was probably the single biggest benefit to my dog training. Watching Susan and Swagger progress really was a turning point for me. One of most exciting things for me was being able to convince my dog that tugging was fun (after trying for two years and with lots of advice). Seeing how Susan dealt with the DWDH moments with Swagger was my Ah Ha moment. I hope that people considering signing up for the first time will be able to just concentrate on the message in these very inspiring videos.
Hey everyone, I am at a big competition this weekend and don’t have time to reply to all that is going on my blog right now . . . but it sure is an interesting study of behaviour isn’t it?
Please know I do not “censor” or delete comments from my blog just because they disagree with my point of view however, I will delete comments that are disrespectful to myself or others. With that in mind I have taken off one or two comments that I feel have crossed the line of good sportsmanship.
To quote the late John Wooden “We do not need to be disagreeable just because we disagree.” I will have more to say on this topic next week, it will come in the form of blog post. The voting will be open until Sunday night.
Most of you commenting here are loyal followers of the Say Yes program and I thank you for being a living example of all we try to teach not only about looking for the best in our dogs but looking for the best in each other.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
EnJOY yours, too! I’m not the only one looking forward to video from your weekend, I’m sure. 🙂
Good luck!!! More videos of the grownup Swagger. Can’t wait!
Just checked in to see the voting and found all this brouhaha. (Always wanted to use this word in real life :)) I am puzzled – why such a negative reaction to something meant to be a positive experience?
Yesterday in response to a friend’s question about how my online course was going I found myself going on and on about the value I have found in all the online courses Susan has offered. You see , Susan has shown me how to have great joy in my training. I still get frustrated but now can step back to find a way to get the joy back!
Making my video helped me see how far I have come. Watching all the other videos inspires me to become so much more. Thank you!
In every course Susan and Linda have given so much of themselves to us so our dogs will benefit. I hope everyone can take a step back and find the JOY. Realize the outcome we want is a better life for our dogs not a contest prize (even such an awesome grand prize).
Best of luck to the finalists!
I don’t see anyone complaining about the ‘extended time’ we’ve had on PP1, it
could have been pulled at least 6 months ago. We all joined up for 12 months and got so much more – who was it that said ‘it’s the taking part that counts, not the winning’. I feel we’ve had our winners prize already, the privilege of dipping into PP and Susan’s knowledge whenever we want to for so much longer than any of us could have hoped for and not a word from Say Yes suggesting that
we ‘pay’ for the extra time. No, Susan has paid for us with her health!!!!!!
I am so grateful to Susan and Say Yes for her generosity! Huge thanks!!!!!!
Finding the joy can be a struggle at times but with awesome role models it can be kinda fun working through those struggles.
I thought a long time about wether writing a comment or not. But I think it’s important I thank the ones that are behind me in all of this.
I wanna thank YOU guys and not talk at all about the negative points in there. Susan pointed out the only thing I have to say, my video was submitted KNOWING that it might not pass, and I’m more than happy she got to see it, and you know what ? ALmost 2 THOUSAND other people got to see it 🙂
I inspired tons of people with our story and LOTS of people that voted asked questions about Puppy peaks and I answered all of them hoping they will register so their life can be changed and their relationship with their dogs better 🙂
I am just grateful that 685 persons took their time to click on the link, got to know about Say Yes and what I do with my dogs, and voted for us, showing their support for my dreams and goals.
At the end of the day, Kala is still there, looking at me with her big blue eyes not a worry in the world other than ”can we play ma ? ” Isn’t that the point ? Isn’t that our goal in being part of this awesome community ?
I found my way in Say Yes, a passion in dog training with Puppy Peaks, a mentor in Susan and models in her dogs to follow.
I was touched by every story of the puppy peakers that submitted their videos and I think it was just awesome that we got to share it and see how others aplied some of the stuff and be inspired.
Our journey is ours, no matter what and I’m so proud of where we are today, contest or no contest !
May the winner enjoy this awesome grand prize and I will still be grateful for this opportunity to show the world how much Puppy peaks was an eye opener for me and hundreds of other people !
Thank you for reading, and I’ll leave you on my favorite quote: life’s too short to worry, go out there and play tug, cuddle or just smile !
You are a beautiful person Marie- Pier. All the best in everything you and Kala do in the future. x
Thank you so much Shelley !!! 🙂
What a heartfelt post and you responded so eloquently. There are many of us standing behind you and Susan Garrett on this. I am one of those “many” people. Focus on the positive and as you do, the course of your life will gravitate you towards positive things and positive people. 🙂
Life’s too short to worry, Id rather focus on comments like yours 🙂 Thank you Suzanne, will do !!!
To Susan: never change 🙂
To the finalist: believe in your own strength, you all did a great job
To all: go play with your dog(s)
Holy Cow! This is just plain silly. Those of you who are upset, please take a step back and ask yourself if there is a chance you might have a change of heart. SG has done and continues to give of herself and spread joy. Even if you never paid a dime for anything just reading her blog is a wealth of information. It is a fun little contest with really cool prizes. Couldn’t you just call it roughly right and stop getting all bent out of shape here?
Wow. I’m really just floored by this. Let’s please just get back to the fun little contest, ok? If you don’t like it, please take your negativity elsewhere.
I also still would like to partake in recallers if I can find the funds! Is voting done now???
Well, I for one, am still TOTALLY stoked for PuppyPeaks 2.0!!!!!!!! Man I’ve been waiting for this for so long!
Oh my gosh, are we mad we didn’t get our videos into the top 20?! Good grief, get a life. This is not the Olympics or World Cup, it’s just a little contest that Susan put together so we could all focus on and show off our successes with our pups due to her teaching. I knew mine had little chance of being in the top 20 as it wasn’t that type of inspiring video per se, but so what! I had a lot of fun making it, and reflecting on what my dogs have learned and how not only has my training changed, but my whole attitude towards training and dogness. Carry on, Susan!
Wow, la ca derape et ca en est ridicule! Cest vraiment dommage!
OMG…you people so need to get a life…lol. If you are that upset about the “cheating” and non-following of rules, then go away. Nobody is forcing anyone to read Susan’s blog, take her classes, or enter her contests. If you think that poorly of the ethics of Susan and her staff, why do you waste your time here? Please give the rest of us a break and go troll someplace else…
Right on! Thanks.
Exactly right Shella!
Oh my goodness. It is mind boggling to me that Susan Garrett continues to offer her wisdom and teachings to the world with such horrible responses as listed here. Rioting? Are you serious? Susan I’m sorry you are having to deal with such negativity and nit picking. I just want you to know from this girl on the other side of the world I am GRATEFUL for the opportunities you provide for me and my girl Gemma to learn from a world champion dog trainer AND person. You and your team do a great job. Keep your chin up. I know you can find the JOY.
A reference to the “rules” being followed was given a socer game as an example. However, in soccer, the officials are allowed to add time to a game to make up for lost time–as I understand it, the time that the officials add to the end of regulation is purely arbitrary on their part. It would be possible in the extra time, for a team that was losing at the end of the regular time to win.
It’s all a game. Some games are more competitive than others. Some people are more competitive than others. Sometimes people change the rules for what appear to be arbitrary choices. The explanation that the end-of-the-video message to Susan and Say Yes was considered personal and shouldn’t count should be taken at its face value that it was okay. If the voters don’t believe that the video would have value then they more than likely would not have voted for teh video. It’s not as if the ending message earned anyone else kudos.
Perhaps in the future Susan might be more precise in her rules interpretation, but then again, she may not. It’s her contest. People can participate or not.
Personally, I believe that Susan gives so much extra in all she offers that she can do what she wants, and I don’t believe her course enrollment or video submissions will suffer over an extra 1:30.
Rigged? What would *ANYONE* stand to gain from rigging the results? That one’s a bit of a stretch in my book. If it were rigged- I sure would have liked to have a better showing. 😉
It’s interesting that this issue of rules and rigging came up the first time Susan offered a chance at a free private lesson with her. How many other video contests have we had and this has never come up? I agree with Willy, bit of a stretch. Plus the voting and results were public. Sad…
One of things that Puppy Peaks teaches us is that often the best POA can require changing mid-stream! You have a plan to work on a particular skill but your pup thinks otherwise and thus your direction must change – your plan to work on ‘sit’ suddenly becomes a session of IYC. Clearly Susan’s response shows that she had to make a decision based on what was presented. And I must point out that this is not a sport, with long established rules. It is Susan choosing to give away her training! A bit of comparing apples to oranges, don’t you think? We should all be grateful that she continues to be so generous! If you discount the portion of Marie’s video that is clearly a personal thank you from a grateful student, her video comes in at 2:05. It saddens me that someone, admittedly new to the dog world (and young), has to experience such direct negativity so early in h journey! And your daughter’s time spent working on her video should not be diminished either! It was a VERY clever presentation that obviously required a ton of thought & hard work. I just hope the joy of making the final cut and being in the top 3 is not being over shadowed or eliminated by the negativity being expressed here!! All any of us can do in any given situation is do our best and be content in knowing that we gave it our all. After all, the only person one can truly change is one’s self. Honestly, I think we all need to go back to the joyful intent of this contest (not competition) and celebrate everyone that submitted a video, whether chosen or not, and say kudos to all those that made the final voting!!
Ahem! Well said….
Oops…Amen 😛 lol must be too early
“Ahem!” kinda works too 😉
Thank you Susan for not being so RIGID about rules! otherwise we would never get all those bonuses and suprises we usally get when we enter any of courses 🙂
Amen to that Nathalie!These videos are all awesome and inspiring. That is what it was for – a fun way for all of us to celebrate and share our struggles and successes. And to be inspired by each other. I am very sad to see all of the joy, success and inspiration being overshadowed by poor sportsmanship.
Thank you Susan and team for giving so much to us, and Thank you Marie and all of the video posters for sharing your journey with us. That in itself is such a gift! You are all winners in my mind.
OMG people, this is a video contest! Not the situation in Syria, people not having enough food, or (in my world) dogs being fed kibble dog food and vaccinated each year…
And since Susan is the one giving away the prizes, and she explained she did not feel she equally emphasized that videos above and below the mentioned times would be disallowed, why are you so up in arms that she allowed the longer video?
Life is too short to spend energy on being angry or vengeful. Move on in the best way for you, and focus on something that feeds your heart and soul.
Thankyou Laurie x
Amen to that!! 🙂
And how many of us since the beginning of Recallers 1.0 have been allowed to continue for FREE because Susan allowed us to submit videos regardless of the quality! And more than once. For those of us that have businesses we know that was a loss of income for Say Yes. But that was done in the spirit of Say Yes philosophy. I voiced my video because I thought that what was we were supposed to do. Also had to do several retakes to get it to time. Then realized I could have used music after watching others. Yeah a bit disappointed initially but as Laurie said life is too short and I had fun doing my video. Would I have liked to have won and got that lesson with Susan? You betcha!! But not my time. That is the way life is. And once you have been down the path of possible no return, you look at things in life a bit differently. Maybe this world would be better off if more people had that experience…
I am very grateful for all I have gotten from Susan and Say Yes. It has definitely helped changed my life.
Well said Dr. Laurie Coger and the other 99.9 percent. Majority rules 🙂
I wish people wouldn’t make such a fuss over the competition. Just making the video meant going through video footage and getting inspired to work on some things over again. Besides, through following Puppy Peaks, I now have an eighteen month old pup who is already doing really well! I think one of the points of getting us to make these videos is a kind of revision lesson for us.
Of course its great that MArie has overcome her difficulties!
Everyone will be pleased about that. Its not even really her fault that her video was accepted! O
n the other hand rules are rules. What about my children? My daughter spent hours on this cutting the video down to 3 minutes! But that is not a discussion I want to have. Its not right to try to pump the sympathy vote!!! Sorry! Rules are rules. Or you don`t need a competiton 🙂
You are plain immature. Please take your negativity out of this wonderful group. It’s funny how you think you will win a prize when you are cheating to boost your votes- I hope you will be disqualified.
sorry, please explain to me how i am cheating and i will stop immediately!
Last time I checked this was a SY competition. As such, the SY committee is allowed to select their version of worthy videos. You are stating that MP is trying to get sympathy votes etc etc but in reality you are trying to hide the fact that you are being petty. Honestly, get over it.
And you seem to think you have a firm grasp on what Susan’s definition of criteria and “fair”, yet you and a select few others have been spewing total negativity and frankly being total bullies.
Again, this is a SY competition and it is based in being inspirational and if this is the backlash SY is going to receive from a minor allowance then really, I’m not sure you are a group of people they wish to keep in company.
The PP FOUNDATION is inspiration and JOY. You all seem to have forgotten that.
Marie-Pier is a very very close friend of mine. I can all attest that she did not make her video longer with any intention of cheating or being dishonest. She is a truly kind and loyal person who would give the shirt of her back to her friends. Right now, she feels awful as she had never conceived this would be even a problem to start with. She is not even able to enjoy her being so close to victory and that makes ME feel awful.
You see, Marie-Pier has had her share of bad news in the past months. If you listen carefully to the second part of her video, you see her talk about her dog Kala being diagnosed with hip displasia. Kala is 20 months old… I was with her the day the got the news and believe me, she was completely crushed to the ground. But she took it in strides and is doing everything possible to help Kala be comfortable and pain free… she is doing way more than most of us would do, I can attest to that!!
So please, I ask you to let her enjoy her being in the lead, because this videos represents a year of roller coaster rides. She just went down the big slope… now it’s time for her to go back up. 🙂
The vast majority 99.9 percent have no issue with this please let Marie-Pier know that!!! She deserves to feel good about her first place!
Its not about the vast majority, its just the rules!
Sharon M I couldn’t agree with you more. These videos contests are about the JOY and Gratitude that Say Yes has brought into our lives. When I started recallers 1.0, none of us dreamed what we were helping to create. Susan and LOH and her whole team, GIVE and they do it from their hearts, there aren’t that many people out there willing to share their knowledge in the way that Susan does.
Love all the videos! Great job everyone! Puppy Peaks is a great course even if you don’t have a puppy. My youngest is 5 years old & I got tons of useful info from it. I highly recommend it!
With much respect, if the last minute and a half were delted from Marie’s video, the video would still be a contender! I regret that you feel that way but you are allowed to voice your opinion. I am hoping that we can go back to the spirit of excitement and joy for Puppy Peaks and how Susan allowed us to witness her training of Swaggy. When I was able to see how she found joy in frustration, I became a better trainer. Lets go back to the joy of this video contest!
would love to! by all means, if all the videos had the same rules!
You are a good sport, Sharon!
When I think back on my life before Recallers and Puppy Peaks, I’m really sad for my dogs and the choices I made. And I’m really thankful that because of Susan’s online courses there’s an amazing opportunity to learn from the World’s best! And it’s not just the courses, this video contest was one of the most increadible experiences I’ve ever had. Learning about film making :-), about my own strengths I never realised I had, about how far I have come with my dogs (and the baby!)and getting inspired again by watching everyone’s amazing videos! Thank you, Susan! 🙂
Anya, I’m looking forward to seeing more videos of your bearded crew and Chelcy! 🙂
Thank you, Karla! :-):-)
Totally agree Anya!
All the videos were great. Video 8- Sharon McMahn, was my favorite because her dog is really cute. I want more videos of him
Thanks for the compliment! Rocky is a supaStar!
Hi, all the vidéo are really good. Do you know at what Time its the end of the contest???
chosing one was so hard. they were all great and gave me many ideas.
I think all the videos are fantastic and inspiring! After watching all of them, I know I am interested in puppy peaks no matter who wins. I want that relationship with my dogs!! Great job everyone! Sorry there are some folks who are bitter about the “infraction” of the rules. Personally, I just stopped the long video when she started talking. I didn’t think it was part of the “inspirational” portion of the video.
One of the first things I learned from Susan as I have taken most of her on-line courses is to find the JOY, to focus on the positive. I am so honored to be in this group of videos. I love them all. I never had done any videoing, any editing in my life. I am very proud of my video skills now not just my dog training skills. By videoing I have been able to see first hand my mechanics. I also have a plethora of clips that I can review. I also love the fact that I can see my progression with Rocky. Thank you Susan!
To everyone asking about the longer video:
Marie-Pier took a chance by submitting the long video knowing it could have gotten disqualified, and we decided to make an exception because her video was so inspiring. Also, we felt that the last part was more of a “personal thank you to Susan”, vs. part of the actual submission. If you review what we sent out under criteria, it says: “The videos must be 90 seconds to 3 minutes long (sorry, videos less than 90 seconds will not be counted).”
We didn’t say that videos over 3:00 WOULD NOT BE COUNTED because we didn’t want to limit creativity just to meet a guideline. That said, if we don’t give some sort of guideline, we could wind up with videos that are 20 minutes and we don’t want that either.
As part of the Say Yes community, we want to see inspiring stories. While Marie-Pier’s video was very long, it also was very inspiring and positive. As I said, she submitted it knowing that it may possibly be disqualified that it was 3+ minutes, but she decided to take that chance.
I hope you all understand and can find the JOY in this competition, rather than the negative. Thanks again to everyone for all of your lovely videos!
That’s very misleading, is it not? In your own words, it says they MUST be within three minutes. MUST is absolute; it goes without saying that if it MUST be within three minutes, than anything longer than that will not qualify. Maybe the way you worded the rule was different than what you intended, but as it is today, the rules are very clear that the video MUST be within three minutes. There is no mention of exception for “inspiring” videos. I’m sure everyone else who entered would have loved to have known such an exception existed.
If the rules have changed, then it’s only fair that everyone gets a change to enter a new video with the new time guidelines and the voting should begin again from the beginning. How many of the other videos would have been that inspiring if they got the extended time that only one person was granted?
Honestly, if this decision goes through, I expect the next session of Puppy Peaks will see a sharp decline in membership. None of the new people are going to join having seen this happen, and many of the regular people are going to reconsider their decision, too.
I’d like to see the person with the rule-breaking video admit her mistake and bow out gracefully, but I expect that will not happen. Some people don’t care how ill-gotten their gains are, I suppose.
Are you saying the videos under 3 minutes are not inspiring? Marie Pierre only has 1 minutes and some seconds over 3 , really…. will that make much of a difference? I think you are taking this too seriously.
All the videos were inspiring, yes! None were any less than the other. I don’t think anyone is questioning that at all. It’s the fact that one person got a full minute and a half more than everyone else when the rules clearly stated that it was to be 3 minutes or under. One person got 1 minute and 28 seconds to tell a longer story.
Will it be bad for business?? Could be. I’m sure many people won’t care but it honestly looks bad for the business. It makes me take second thoughts about whether or not I want to work with someone that changes their word…. it’s quite disappointing to be honest. I was looking forward to puppy peaks and recallers but now I’m not sure I want to if this is the way the business is being handled. Very very sad,
I just think people say that because shes the number one video for the moment. When she was second yesterday, nobody talk about the 1 minute ans 28 secondes…
Wow, I can’t believe the tone of this post, this kind of negativity over something so ridiculous. Can’t we just enjoy watching the inspirational videos. If people chose to deprive themselves of an amazing learning experience by not signing up for a course because a video was a minute too long in a “friendly” contest, that just makes me shake my head is amazement. Marie-Peir – I hope you don’t take the original poster too seriously, there so many more important things in life – stay positive!
Susan is a model for finding the JOY…the video by Marie-Pier is awesome…the main message is in the first 3 minutes. I loved the video and I wish Marie the BEST!
I would like to agree with Andrea, could we just enjoy the awesome videos, and I mean all of them, not just the 20 finalists.
And let’s just enjoy that Susan is so generous putting a fun contest out like this. If she wants to “bend” her own “rules” I would think that’s absolutely fine. It’s not like we have a right to any of this, it’s a present to us.
Without those video contests we wouldn’t even see a part of how everyone has incorporated Susan’s training philosophy in their own training and how far they have come. All those videos are an inspiration and a good reminder for myself that I can still do so much more improving my training.
Thank you Susan and SayYes team for all the fun and the great positive reinforcements you are giving us!
First,congratulations to everyone who take time to made a video to promote this amazing program…It was a real pleasure to look your progress and the joy you have with your dog…big inspiration!!!
good luck to the finalist everybody deserve to win…
And as you can see my English is not very good but please don’t hesitate to join Puppy Peaks because of your language…
Wow what awesome videos everyone has congrats to everyone who has made videos I’ve loved watching them. My boy spark “Plug” and I have had the time of our lives training and following puppy peaks its been like a massive game that’s lasted 2 years and still going. Being in Australia with limited access to all these awesome camps & seminars that happen puppy peaks is something we could follow and enjoy all the way over here. For all those who are going to join puppy peak make sure you video some of your training!! making this video has been so much fun watching where we came from to where we are now. Truly an amazing journey for both of us. Good luck to everyone
Just a heads up…. if that person wins that was 1:28 over the 3:00 limit, we will riot. It’s hardly fair at all. Actually it’s honestly ridiculous that she was even allowed to get through this far? I don’t understand… rules are rules. Enforce them.
Very tough decision. You all told amazing stories. Congratulations to all of you. Well, well done.
I loved all the videos…..many for different reasons. You all did such a great job. It was hard to choose just one.
The rules said videos had to be three minutes or less: Video #5 is a minute and a half too long.
Yes, we also noticed that, and struggled to get ours to 3minutes 🙁
Congratulations everyone! Have really loved seeing all the videos. x
Aweome videos!!! really hard to choose only one!!! You are all number 1 🙂
Why is one of the finalists videos a minute and a half over the set time that the video was supposed to be? I don’t feel that’s fair for the other competitors that one person is getting a full minute and a half longer time to explain their story when everyone else complied with the 3 minute and no longer rule…
When does the voting close for this? 🙂
I’m so impatient!!! 😛 Haha! People keep asking me and I have no idea; then it also gives me an idea on how long I’m going to stare at this page for… LOL!
Yes- I also would like to know for how long I should stare at this page! LOL!!
BTW – I loved your video Megan 🙂
Thanks Sharon! I think yours was fantastic I love the exercises you do with his rear legs!!
What amazing videos all the top 20. Loved watching them. All winners and soooooo hard to choose one!
Any way my vote is cast. Good luck to all, you should all be so proud.
Anna & Jess
SO HONORED TO BE AMONG THE 8 FINALIST! ROCKY AND I WERE INTRODUCED TO SUSAN GARRETT’S TRAINING AFTER WE WERE KICKED OUT OF AGILITY CLASS BECAUSE HE KEPT RUNNING OFF. I OWE EVERYTHING TO SUSAN FOR ROCKY’S SUCCESS! THANK YOU!
You got my vote. You know by now he’s one of my fave’s, such a big character.
Anna, I just this! Thank you so much
Choosing only one video is sooooo hard!!
They are all fantastic!
That was a hard choice!
These were amazing….hard time picking just one! And ok off the couch and out of the office chair to start training one of my boys who is 4 and has endless energy that I need to channel.
Its so amazing to be in the final! But the puppy peaks journey was even more amazing!
Thanks you Susan for making it possible 🙂
Wow! These videos are so amazing and heartfelt…..I cried during everyone of them!
Oh wow!!! This is amazing 😀 I’m so happy that Venture and I are in the final; I’m so proud of my baby 🙂 Thanks for making such an amazing course!!
Thank you Jane!! 😀
I was so impressed with your video, that I’ve decided to try this program for my 1 yr old Chinese Cresteds. Good Luck…your video makes it look possible for anyone to train their dog! 🙂
Oh wow high praises indeed Laura!! Thank you very much 😀 I wish you good luck with your Cresties!!