Brady is off restriction and Paul took both him and Towhee on an extended hike since it is relatively dry (YAY!!) -- problem being they came back horribly filthy and our outside hose broke ... so they are crated until the gook & dirt dry off and can be brushed out.
But Finch discovered the wonders of Whipped Cream in a can on the very low teeter
Aedan refreshed his memory on the big teeter and was working quite nicely at banging that teeter on demand -- at that point I had Faelan, Finch & him all out hoping to decrease that pivot point crouch to drive him down the plank; it helped a bit so we'll keep trying -- I simply really really hate seeing that crouch
Faelan had a good time with the teeter and at one point the whipped cream went flying from the board getting all 3 dogs' ears & heads covered LOL
My agility instructor of old is restarting an 8pm class for beginners in the near future if she gets enough interest -- the only classes I can make with work & commuting tend to be either weekends or 8pm.
Yesterday Towhee & Finch went up to a clinic to get their TBD/HW tests -- my charge card needs a serious vacation from dog expenses (this past year has seen Faelan, Towhee and Brady all having 8-10 thousand $ bills) so a clinic it was to save several hundred dollars
It took long enough that I was unable to make classes, or a puppy party but so life goes, right?
I am listening to 'Do It Scared' while driving and it re-iterates the importance of picking a goal and focusing on it. Well I am honestly not good at only 1 goal, but I thought HEY, I can aim for perfect fronts!! for obedience
So that will be a focus or stretch goal; my dogs often do have perfect fronts or at least do not lose points for them, but that is not truly a consistent thing so ... fronts in a structured plan with games and plenty of fun sounds doable, along with fitness and some teeter work seems like good focus points since the yard is usable again.