As I embark on my last semester ever as a student, I’ve had to do some serious thinking about my resume. It has been edited, brushed up and checked over. So my resume is now ready to be put into action. After I told you two months ago, that the pooches were going on a “Nothing in life is free” regimen and I followed that up with Leroy’s list of flaws, I decided that his resume needed some fixing up as well. So here he is in all his glory!
2. Excellent cuddler
3. Crate trained/housebroken
4. Doesn’t chew or destroy
5. Loyal and loving
6. Good foster brother
7. Always ready to sleep in
8. Cute, cute, cute!
9. Loves French kissing (pretty much anyone)
10. True “Mommy’s Boy”
While you can get a feel of Leroy’s personality from his resume list, he thought it would be better if you could see him in action. Here is a video of our nightly dinner training. We’ve been really working hard on “Stay”. We’ve increased the difficulty level of your average “Stay” to include Distance, Duration, and Distractions. This is done by going further away from your dog, getting out of his eye sight, leaving the room, opening things and making noise, ect. Leroy’s list of commands is- Sit, Down, Stay, Drop it, Leave it, Nice to Meet You (paw), Watch Me, Say Hi, Here, Give Me a Hug and Kiss. His newer or less practice commands are Stand, Spin. Crawl, All the Way Down, Roll Over, and High Ten. Here is another training clip from tonight.
I hope you enjoy the videos! Please feel free to ask any questions about Leroy, training, positive reinforcement, nothing in life is free, Jora, or anything else on your mind. Thanks for reading!