AAACK! I apparently have a teenager (Brady) on my hands - and an adult (Faelan) who feels if puppy can act out, well he might give it a shot as well!
Brady (16 weeks this Friday) is testing boundaries, and is a noisy dog when crated and I am in his line of sight. Inordinate amounts of time are being spent on pee & poop event watching and waiting for a certain somebody to be QUIET so he can be let out of the crate - or I disappear until he quiets down! Unfortunately for my fellow trainees, they also get to hear the puppy! (Thank you for your patience, maybe some cotton balls? or gun ear protection? )
This morning on our hike, Towhee headed for the hills with Brady at her heels - and then I heard a Hawk - boy was my mouth quick to open and they must have heard the seriousness in my tone since they both came running!! BTW; flying puppy ears are hard to not laugh and be happy to enjoy LOL Recalls have been practised for today at least.
Faelan is pushing boundaries that he has never pushed - he actually climbed onto a chair to climb onto my desk to snatch a wing off my monitor that was supposed to be Brady's; and I was only out of the house a few minutes with the other dogs. He is also pushing his field teacher <sigh>
Towhee is anxious to work, but I just have not had the opportunities what with everything going on. Poor girlie actually fronts to me while I am walking trying to engage me in training.
Casey has decided being a cuddle bunny is his new life's calling and oh, btw, if puppy gets to poo in the middle of the yard, well he should be able to as well <sigh>. Lucky he is so darned cute and doesn't mind my coming to him holding a scooper and a flashlight!
Maybe tonight will go well
But for now, I received these pics of Brady at training yesterday