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I am dog. I believe in unconditional love. I do not settle for infatuation or puppy love. I believe in true love to the end. I am a life-long lover who will lie at your feet, on the bed, by your chair, at your side. I am dog. I insist on your love. I will stay on a grave of a lover until my end. I believe in commitment. When we have chosen each other, I will be there for you with plenty. Out of my heart flows life and love. You fill my life with abundance and I am fulfilled. Unconditional love is the highest gift. I am committed to love.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Advanced Obedience...how did it go...?


Kirby here-
Well last night I went to the advanced obedience class. My mom and I waited outside with the other dogs while the other class was finishing up and I had a lot to say to the other dogs. Mom kept making me sit by her side, which I did most of the time. We finally got to go inside and I did growl a little bit but soon got over myself. Mary, my instructor went around the room and introduced us dogs to each other, and when she got to me she said, "This is Kirby, a terrier mixed with God knows what, and an attitude! He basically thinks he owns the room." She was just kidding, because she jokes around about my "tude!" But she just asked everyone to kind of just be careful around me, because well, I have an attitude!

We did a lot of stuff with our moms last night, "hands on" as mom calls it. We walked around the room and then mom and I did sit stays, and stuff like that. Then, we had to do meets. And Mary had me and my mom and another guy and his husky go first. So my mom and I walk towards them and they towards us. Then we meet in the middle and I have to sit and so does the other dog. Mom and the other guy shake hands say hi and then we walk on. Well, I did it PERFECTLY!!! My mom was so suprised! I don't know why... We also, did walking around people. Mary had some extra people stand in a line and we had to walk around them. I guess the idea is to help us pay attention to our moms and not the other people...I did pretty good. We worked on sit, stay, come. We had to sit nice while the instructors came around the room and petted us. I didn't like my paws touched which mom said, "don't worry we will work on that one." I'm sure it will involve treats so OKAY! Then, they had one dog lay in the middle and the rest of us had to lay down around them, our butts facing them. Then Mary walked around squeaking a toy...yeah that was hard to stay down for, mom had to remind me a few times, but I was catching on.

Alot of the stuff we worked on is for the Canine Good Citizenship. Mom and I are going to work really hard...I have 6 more weeks till the test!

Well, that was a lot of work last night and before class mom and I went on a nice LONG walk. Since class is later, we get to walk before class now. So on the way home, even though it was storming like crazy, I laid in my cozy bed on the seat and slept! ZZZZZZ.....

Also, because one of our classes is during Halloween, we are going to have a dress up night for class. I'm thinking of going as a "Dude with a Tude!". Mom is going to find me a little white t shirt and leather jacket. What do you all think of that?
OH! Tomorrow I have my last beginner obedience class and it's trick night! So, I'm going to do my roll over, my crawl and maybe one that mom and I just tried. It's me saying Hi! ( I wave my paw!) I will let you know how it goes!

Woof!

Kirby

8 comments:

  1. Just stopping by from the Blog Hop, nice to meet you Kirby. Hope you are enjoying your classes, you must tell us all about them.

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  2. Sounds like you did pretty good in class. We totally understand the "tude" thing. My little brother, Higgins, has a big attitude and sometimes it is hard to deal with!

    Kisses,
    Emma Rose

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  3. Hey Kirby...Mooch here...meow...I tricked Dillon with a treat and I jumped on the computer-dogs are so easy.. hey "good job" on the obedience,not bad for a four legged furr ball ya know...us cats dont have much need for obedience, we do what we please and our people obey us! Its the life of a cat. Eat sleep and poop...its a purrrrfect life. OKay...gotta go, Dillon is almost done with his treats! Meow Furball!
    Mooch

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  4. WOOF! Dillon here...darn cats! Totally tricked me with a treat (they know me too well, but I cannot resist treats!) Hey, good job lil' dude on the training! You have a tude heh? I dont have a tude I am told, but those cats I live with make up for that! WOOF! Good thing you are learning how to meet dogs, I dont know how to do that, so when we meet, I may be really over excited, so bear with me, but I dont bite, I'm just a big lug (so my mom tells me). Okay...gotta go (I hear the treat bag again)...can't...re...resist it! WOOF!
    Dillon

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  5. Hey Kirby! We are new followers of your blog! We hope to be friends and will read more about you!

    Wags,
    Fred and Haylie

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  6. Kirby, you are adorable! (And Parental Unit loves this music!).We just became an official "Follower"
    Stop by Bocci's Beefs when you get a chance and become a follower-we'd love to have ya!

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  7. Kirby we are impressed! I'm afraid my Kirby will be a wiggle worm in his class. Also I saw your list of tricks - I'm going to try to teach him the "crawl" lol

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  8. Hello Kirby! Wow, you are one smart doggie!

    I'm Miley, a Cavoodle (Cavalier x Poodle), and found your blog from over at Pip's. I think you are adorable! Terrier mix? Cute. We have a Jack Russell Terrier, and are his 5th owners. We think he is also crossed with a Mini Foxie, as we have furends with a mini foxie x jack russell and he looks just like them! Although we are unsure as we don't know anything about his past. :(

    Anyway, I'm sure we are going to be grrreat furends!

    Cuddles and licks,
    Love Miley xxx

    http://curiouscavortingcavoodle-miley.blogspot.com/

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