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Vests allow judges to easily distinguish one dog from another during coursing. Photo by Hunter's Run Action Photography.

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Susan Chaney has been on the editorial side of publishing since 1990, starting her career as a newspaper features writer and editor. A lifelong lover of dogs, Susan has lived with German Shepherds, Labs, Yorkies, an Irish Setter, a Great Dane-Bloodhound mix, a Sheltie and currently a Chihuahua mix of unknown pedigree. She was the editor of Dog Fancy magazine, content editor of DogChannel.com and group editor of Dog World, Dogs USA, Puppies USA, Natural Dog, Cat Fancy, Cats USA and Kittens USA from March 2005 to December 2009 when she left her position to work at home, part-time. Susan lives in Long Beach, Calif., with her artist husband, Tim, that Chi mix and two big cats. As an editor and writer for Best In Show Daily, she is reveling in the amalgam of three loves: writing, editing and dogs.
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  • William October 12, 2012 at 9:22 PM

    Obedience classes are alyaws good for you dog! Even if you think he doesn’t need it, you might learn things you didn’t know. Plus, you never know when a problem might appear later, and you could have prevent it with obedience class.If you want to walk with him off leash, you’re gonna have to work about when he get hyper with other dogs, or you’ll lose him when there’s another dog on the road. He might get difficult to call back.If your dog is already almost perfect, then obedience classes are gonna be a piece of cake! References :

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