I feel like I could follow him
around the house saying ‘No’
because getting into trouble
always seems his goal.
But mischief is usually
just a disguise for boredom,
so I’ll work on tricks instead
so I can reward him.
Making time is part of the contract
and I’m the one who chooses how to act.
Look at those mischievous eyes! There’s a lot of training to give him a job to keep him out of trouble! So far (at 5 months old) he knows: sit, lie down, lie across my feet, stand on 2 feet, go to your bed, move back, fetch, drop the toy, trade whatever is in his mouth, put the ball on the lacrosse stick…
(Those awesome purple patent leather and psychedelic pink shoes are Fluevog Pearl Harts which were the shoes that celebrate finishing my Masters and my birthday last week. Very festive, no?) 🙂
What an utter, absolute darling!
Isn’t he? He’s the sweetest little guy, but when he needs to play… oh my!
Thank you, Maureen!
Cute little guy and very festive shoes 🙂
Puppy mischief is the hardest at which to get angry.Still, the newspaper needs to be lightly rolled up, just in case.
Oh no! No newspaper whacking! Positive enforcement, not negative. Puppies perform much better when they’re not afraid.
Nice shoes! 🙂 Congratulations on completing your Masters
Thanks, Jeni. In some ways it went by slowly, and in others, it was a blink. I’ll miss the interesting classes.
Love the shoes.
Thanks. I do, too! 🙂
(Mind you, I love my entire Fluevog collection).