As someone who verges on being a workaholic, I sometimes need to be told to stop for my own benefit. Nevertheless, the remaining six days are just packed, with day courses, residential training and of course training dogs not to chase sheep and other livestock.
The latest email requesting help was from someone in Texas, while last week I was invited to an expenses paid trip to Portugal to solve the problem with some dogs. Thank goodness for the internet !
Meanwhile, guests come and go, with one of my residential training dogs being 6 month old Tally.
When she first arrived, Tally pulled my arm out of its' socket, but two weeks since arriving, I now have her walking to heel on a lead on the road, while off-lead in the garden. She's one cheeky little dog, who, as Paul has discovered, likes to help in the garden !
|"Now where did I hide that bone?"|
|"No bombing or running please"|
|"Up up and away !!"|
|Cash cowers in front of an excited Honey|
|" Get Him !!! "|