Hi all. Things has been going well since my paw has been all healed up. Charlie and I has managed to stop the squirrels from taking over of what is remaining of our garden. Apparently, they don't like green tomatoes being tossed their way. heehee. Mommy often wonders how come the lawn is full of little green tomatoes, but we never let her see us aiming them at the nasty squirrels.
Bear, the new puppy, is still in training. He does learn fast, but he just doesn't have the stickedittoitness that us doxies have. Seriously, he rather chase the tomatoes and leaves falling than the squirrels. But, we are working with him.
This is Bear after capturing his first Bobo in our bobo capturing game similar to your human's capture the flag. You can see he is really proud of himself.
This is one of our training techniques catching a bobo in the air. Great for learning squirrel pawtrol airborne pawnewvers later.
This is me as drill doxie instructing him to go to silent stalking mode. Apparently, he has a hard time controlling his yapper.
You can't deny the importance of classical dancing lessons to help steady a young pups pawwork.
All this Bear training makes me, drill doxie Sasha, a very tired wiener dog.