Stay n Play started another prep, therapy dog class. Since Nicole and I were in the beta class, we've been invited to participate in this next 6-week session. Four signed up, but only two showed. It's a good deal for Nicole and I because it keeps our dogs in training until classes are scheduled by Penny's From Heaven Foundation.
Meet Bosley. He has the sweetest face of which I forgot to take a photo because I was so fascinated with his apparatus. He is just a sweetheart. I will not forget to take of photo of his face next week. :D But, isn't Bosley a great name?!
Meet Tuxon. Isn't he a beauty? Of course, I might be prejudiced because he is almost a duplicate of Luc.
I just had to include a photo of Melany because she is so beautiful. Melany was a little naughty this week because it has been rainy. Her mom, Nicole, also has a 18-month-old girl who has decided she prefers walking to her stroller. No way Nicole could walk Melany this week and her baby girl at the same time. lol I have to admit that while I wouldn't wish that any dog be a bit naughty, it does relieve my embarrassment when Luc acts up. Nicole and I just roll our eyes at each other in complete understanding when Luc or Melany acts up.
Laura, our trainer, was going over the Canine Good Citizen stations with the new dogs to the group. Well, at the Shaking Hands station, Luc goes behind my back to investigate Bosley. The dogs are not to cross over to investigate the other. Secondly, at the Supervised Separation station, Luc decided to whine when I left. Fortunately, he did not whine when taking the test. To dogs and especially Luc, every minute of each day is a new minute. If he wants to do something, he'll ignore all training and do it. He is better, but he "ain't" perfect. :D We need all the training we can get. At least Luc is not like Marley of "Marley and Me." Marley was kicked out of several obedience classes; Luc is close but not quite. But, that's another story. :D
Until next time, God bless.