Cabrera also had some fun with my mom’s new baby goats. He tried to herd them, although we didn’t want him to hurt them but he was very good. We took them all for a walk down the road together. 🙂
Peter, Isa, and Potter
I have been working on rally and agility with Ember. She is doing well and prefers agility. At our last rally class, a dog was doing the agility course behind us in the middle of our rally course. Ember turned around and stared at the dog and made it clear where she’d rather be. I was able to work up to doing the rally courses off-leash, which is pretty good for Ember. She stopped grabbing the rally signs by the end of our class, but didn’t manage to stop knocking one or two over with her paw when she walked by. 🙂 I have also been doing an outdoor agility course that is not fenced-in, with her off-leash and she has been staying with me, despite there being dogs on the sideline waiting their turn. I’m very proud of how mature she has become in the past couple of months.
Lucy wants to know when they are leaving.