As a result, Churry's outings are limited, non-creative, and center around football! We have been doing a lot of practice after we are all home with basic commands, which she has been slacking on recently. I have been working really hard at her Sit/Stay. This is her most difficult one because our floors are so slick she just slides down into a sprawled out position. I've had to laugh a couple of times because I could tell she was trying really hard to hold the position and just couldn't. This results in her not trying to hold it very hard and just going into a down position as soon as I turn away.
We've also been working on her getting on her side on command rather than with my assistance. She has "On your side" mastered, "over" mastered, and we are working on "Other side". I think I need some clarification from KSDS friends, though. When transferring to the "other side" is it acceptable for them to need to stand up, then go to the other side? Do they need to roll to the other side? What's the correct method?
|They looked like they were discussing what may be his problem. They looked at him for quite a while like this!|
|Churry decided to take action!|
|The bond between these two is very sweet. He definitely has the strongest bond with her besides me.|
|A good ole' belly rub!|
|I don't know what she's sticking her tongue out at, but it was funny.|