before he comes out of the ring), he conveniently forgets all the training, commands, attention, and obedience. To me, one of the most rewarding aspects of obedience training, whether you score high or not, is that you are spending time with your dog, and if the training is not harsh, your dog will enjoy and appreciate the attention.
Having said all that, I must add, I know of one Canadian Westie, Leman Clodie, that has at least two perfect 200 scores in obedience. This dog puts boarder collies to shame. To every rule, there is an exception.