All of my puppies have gone to their new Happy Homes! It was hard to let them go because they were so playful and cute. I loved them very much even though they may have gotten on my nerves every once in a while but I know they were just trying to have some fun.
Some of my puppies don’t have names yet so I will update this post when they do.
This is Clover. He was my red short hair.
This is Datzy. She was my cream piebald long hair.
This is Dixie. She was my black and tan short hair.
This is Layla. She was my black and tan long hair.
This is Roscoe. He was my cream piebald short hair.
She doesn’t have a name yet. She was my red short hair.
I hope everyone that got one of my puppies is very happy :)
My top 3 favorite healthy treats as of now. All 3 of the following treats are made in the USA, I would never eat anything I know is made in china.
Castor & Pollux Organix chicken cookies. Organic crunchy USDA approved wheat free dog cookies!
Natural Balance Roll-A-Rounds. They say crunchy on the bag, but they are more chewy than crunchy.
Grillerz pig ear. One of my favorite things to get from Tractor Supply co.
What are your dog’s favorite treats?
Do y’all remember when Mini said we were currently working on upgrading the weave poles to our homemade agility course? (back in Mini’s post: Spring?). Well…they’re done.
Here’s how we made them. First we went through our woods to find 6 straight sticks (2 foot long each), then we started carving spikes on the ends (to make them go in the ground easier) and then we put duck tape on them (10 in. up from the bottom).
Our agility course is looking…wait what!?… how did that chicken get there? (she’s not supposed to be in this picture)! Oh well, as I was saying, our agility course is looking a lot better.
I don’t do the weave poles prefect every time (Mini does them pretty good) so Amanda and I have been working on getting better (Like in this video).
I know the jumps and tunnel, those are my favorite. Amanda gets these pictures of me with my crazy ears while I’m jumping, I don’t mean to look like this :)
And we always do a high five (or a high ten) to end our training.
Next we’re going to work on the seesaw.