Being Bridget. The Blond Bomber disaster-on-four-legs, accident-waiting-to happen has done it again.
Now why is my husband standing there like he is about ready to walk off? Well, this is a key human behavior I teach in my classes, to help dogs learn successful recalls.
More like pounding: Talley`s jaw dropping approach to ravishing a food dish of its`kibble contents, bits flinging in all directions. At six years old she continues to eat (and I say that lightly) every meal as if it were her last.
Of all people, I comprehend the need for speed, that feeling of freedom, the oh so liberating rush of air past one`s face.
How can aroused play and calm behaviors necessarily go together?