PA – Captain America Works Move – Taos, NM

Apryl Lea and Animal Farm Foundation Assistance Dog in Training, Captain America, worked on the Move behavior in the Plaza in Taos, NM after a recent PVybe Disc Dog Camp with the Disc Dogs of New Mexico.

It was a challenging environment from an accessibility standpoint with all of the cobblestone, hills, narrow walkways and obstacles. Captain is new to the move behavior and has gotten all of his experience in public access situations like these.

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