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    01-30-2014, 04:05 PM
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Trained
YAY! Glad to hear your gorgeous guy is ready to go! There is NOTHING wrong with using a block…one of my pet peeves is that more people should use them! Here is a picture of my BO's reiner….they never used a block with him either…this was only a couple months after she bought him and the Chiro came. He was going fine, nothing wrong, or so we thought. They use a block now.
Left is before-right is after. Amazing, huh?
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    01-30-2014, 04:35 PM
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That's a good picture to make people understand that mounting blocks are good. I feel silly since he's only 14.1 or 14.2 so he's this little guy and I'm 5'7 or so, so it's funny to see me use a mounting block that almost allows me to step over him.
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