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Denise Fenzi
13 Oct

Lyra - Week 1, Day 4

Posted by dfenzi in Lyra

Sleep is improving by the hour!  I still have to get up every few hours to let her potty, but the screaming is minimal now.

Today she visited my son's school.  We went early in the morning, so there were very few kids around.  After 10 minutes I took her home.  She handled it well, but I'm taking the conservative route when it comes to kids.  We'll continue slowly building up the intensity of her school visits by varying the time of day we arrive.

My husband took her to the Post Office and Costco.  He sat with her in the car, watching the world go by.  After a while she looked like she wanted to meet the world, so off they went....she did great.

Here is today's training session....we'll probably do one more this evening.  This video covers heeling, personal play without toys, retrieve and tug.  I am so pleased with her!


9 Comments

Beautiful session!

Posted by Miriam Arndt-Gabriel on October 14, 2011

Fabulous session! You should not only be pleased with her but also yourself:o) She looks like such a fantastic pup to train!

Posted by Amy Walker on October 15, 2011

Just wanted to say that I am very much enjoying reading your blog and keeping up with your new puppy training!

Posted by Teri on October 13, 2011

She definitely loves the tug!!!! She is adorable!

Posted by Vineta on October 13, 2011

I also enjoy reading your blog!

Posted by Jill Peterson on October 14, 2011

Wonderful session. Had to laugh at the beginning when you said, “Look at you, you beautiful girl.” Gimme leaped up to look in the monitor and try to see who was saying such nice things about her. When she realized this wasn’t about her, she went to get a toy and try to distract me from it.

It was interesting to see how Gimme reacted to the different things you said and tone of voice. Some were really “special” and I’ll have to try them.

Posted by Carla Baker on October 13, 2011

Question… when you were tugging with her underneath you, I noticed it seemed like you were swinging your legs back to push her side to side. Why?

Posted by Carla Baker on October 13, 2011

Teach her to handle pressure. I’ll ratchet that up as she gets stronger, though she’s already pretty tough.

Posted by dfenzi on October 13, 2011

Wonderful interaction between you two! I’m going to hate to go back to work and miss my afternoon Lrya fix:-) Guess it will have to wait until the evening…

Posted by Michelle on October 13, 2011

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