Twister is convinced I have forgotten how to tell time and is determined to make me realize that I am so far 45 minutes late with his food. I keep telling him I understand and I am doing it on purpose and I have my reasons and he’ll eat in about 1/2 hour, but he is not getting it.
Twister ran in his very first group agility seminar today. It was quite an event! He did great, and also had some creative moments. Love his enthusiasm, and love seeing him tired out.
Twister loved watching Westminster agility, especially the runs where the handlers had microphones. I have a feeling that agility is going to be very “verbal” with him, on both our parts. 🙂
Twister’s toy drive is so high that he got mud from his paw on my forehead jumping to get the toy. I have a lot to learn, since all my other dogs have been all about the food!
Twister has discovered that Samba is a good jump bump. He set himself up a jump grid using her and the family room chair. I just went with it. Hopefully the yard will dry out soon…
I seriously never thought I’d be a morning person. Thanks, Twister.
Grateful that Twister lets me know when I have been on the computer too long by inserting himself between me and the screen.
Agility weekend, finally
Taught on Saturday
- felt good to be outside and not too hot
- felt good to be excited about Agility again
- felt good to have my students learning and growing and succeeding
- Beth gave me 5 lbs of shrimp that a client gave her (she is deathly allergic) and I went to the store and got groceries and cooked dinner from a recipe.
rained on Sunday
Was going to give a private but it got rained out. Took Twister with me in the afternoon to tear down the course. H had so much fun playing on the course, and did teeters (full) and ran the weave channels for the first time. I think he is a natural.