This process is sometimes unbearable to some dogs and they apply different waiting methods.
I have a blog I really love that I want to share with you. Allie is the blogger I speak of, her blog is Hyperbole and a Half. She draws some great pictures and tells funny stories about her dogs and other topics in her life. Here is one of her stories:
Buster is here, my dog nephew, the puppy, occasional floor pee-on’r, silly boy.
When I’m boarding Buster he’s happy because he has his own cat here, her name is Hope. Hope the black cat, Hope the patient, Hope the brave.
Buster bounces at Hope. He will stand in one spot in front of Hope and bounce, expressing his joy in knowing her. Boing boing, “you are the best cat” Boing boing, “I’m thinking about placing my two front paws on your head, I’m so excited”, Boing boing, “Wait don’t go, that was only one.” Boing boing.
Buster has a brown lip. Just the bottom. It’s amazing, this lip. And huge ears crown his puppy head, I’m excited to think he may not grow into them. They may always be big. Like bat ears. Big bat ears and a brown lip.
Sometimes I bring Buster to the place where I work PT. He experiences puppy boredom, which usually occurs when those around him are doing things other than staring at him, holding him, walking him, kissing him or playing with him. This kind of puppy boredom looks something like this:
I use this phrase to describe my favorite kind of dog, the female with a sensible ability to correct other dogs. Females in general dictate behavior in a group of dogs, but not all have the knack for sensible bossiness but when they do, they’re gold.
I have been lucky to have several momma dogs that I regularly board. They help me manage the others. Often some dogs have not had the luxury of living out their puppydom with their dog moms and have missed out on important canine obedience training. These momma dogs always oblige in managing inappropriate behavior.
What momma dogs manage is what’s appropriate in dog standards, which is often different from what humans pay attention to or is behavior humans interpret differently than dogs. But I guarantee, if you have a steady and balanced momma dog and you let her teach and manage other dogs, you’ll find those dogs behaving better by human standards as well.
These special girls are my helpers. I love me some Momma Dog.
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I am boarding dogs here in Hudson Valley NY and am happy you’re reading my blog.
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