I had to go and see the doggy doctor because I've got a mucky ear. He prodded and poked and squirted stuff in it. As he put a bottle of ear drops on the counter I'm sure I heard him tell my Mudder they were for me, so I ate them. Between you and me they tasted quite nice, much better than having them squirted in the side of my head.
Wednesday, 15 February 2012
Sunday, 12 February 2012
My Mudder threatened not to take me back to doggie school ever again after I disgraced myself last week. Oh no! I love going to meet all my mates. Ok, so maybe I do get just a teensy bit bouncy and excited, but hey it is so much fun!
I decided to behave this week so I can keep on going back. Mudder couldn't believe I was the same dog. I was calm, placid and I didn't bounce on a single person! Whilst all the other dogs were playing and bouncing on top of each other, Mudder let me off the lead and I did all my exercises perfectly including:-
- Sit, wait, then come to Mudder when she called me, and sat nicely at her side
- Sit, stand and down stays
- Heelwork around other dogs
- Send away across other side of the hall and lie down when told
- Roll over
I heard Mudder tell Farter that she will take me back to doggie skool again, yippee!
Wednesday, 8 February 2012
This cold white stuff is so much fun. When I put my nose to the ground it moves forwards! I think it is alive so I've spent all day chasing it round and round the garden, but it stays just ahead of my nose. When I pounce on it, it disappears until I stick my nose down and find it moving once again.
Sunday, 5 February 2012
Misbehaving at dog training? Me? Surely not!
Do I look like a hyperactive, out of control, loony tunes bonkers 24kg super bouncy rubber ball shooting off in all directions faster than the speed of light?
They say the camera never lies, as proven in this photo. I am a calm, well behaved, placid puppy. Well, most of the time anyway.
It's just that for some reason, when I go to dog training class, I like to snow off.
Friday, 3 February 2012
Tonight I went to dog training and bounced on the trainer and winded her, then I bounced on a man's bits and he talked in a funny high pitched voice for the rest of the night. I bounced on a kid, then I bounced on her dog, I bounced on a bloke bowling him over, then I bounced on his cup of coffee and I ate his biscuit. I bounced up the hall, down the hall, all around the hall and all over everyone in the hall.
Now my Mudder has bounced me into bed in disgrace.