|Posted on September 26, 2012 at 2:55 PM|
It’s hard for me to believe, but Halle’s been a part of our family for eight weeks now. It’s been some of the most fun and rewarding weeks of my life I have put a lot of thought and effort into these first two months with Halle and now I am starting to see some of the hard work beginning to pay off. We’ve been preparing for adolescents and that time is just around the corner.
With some interesting food stuffed toys, Halle can now settle on her mat when we go to an outdoor café or in between exercises at puppy class. For the most part, she walks nicely using her front clip harness and, if I can manage the humans, she doesn’t jump on people when they come up to greet her. When it comes to raising Halle, I want to share with you my top ten most important rules for starting my puppy on the road to success.
Susie & Halle
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