Mr-"I want to ride too"-Ozzy 😆🙈We've been trying to teach him to stay away from skis and snowboard when going downhill and so far we've been quite successful 💪BUT going uphill, he always steps on the back of my skis or ski shoes 🙄Does anyone have an idea how to teach him not to do it? Simply saying "no" is not successful with a stubborn bullterrier 😄(Meanwhile Darwin is used to it and stays as far away as possible 😊🐶)
4 944 hours ago
Let’s just say I don’t like the hairdryer.. ATTACCCCCK !! #adventurepup
Real talk: my human is in this limbo right now where she's taken the test, there's nothing she can do about the results, but she's gotta wait until early March to find out if she passed. And as much as she adores everyone who's been so sweet as to say she's going to be fine, she has this sinking feeling in her gut that says she may have to take this thing again. And my human is kinda having a hard time keeping herself calm even though, as she said and is well aware of, there's nothing she can do about it over the next two and a half weeks.
So she's been trying to keep herself busy and keep her thoughts from straying to her test performance (she's usually pretty good, but this time, she could've been better) and tire out her brain at night so that it's too exhausted to agonize over shoulda, coulda, woulda.
Weird as this may seem, she knows it'll be easier on her mental and emotional health to think pessimistically now and be happily surprised if she passed than to think optimistically now and be wrecked that she's gotta take this thing again later. So. Here's the plan. Her introverted side would prefer to avoid everyone until there's news to share, but that's not realistic. Therefore, we're just going to pretend the test and anything related to it doesn't exist for the next several weeks and she'll let y'all know what's what as soon as there's news.
We love you guys lots for not having met 99.7% of you, and my human hopes you know how much she appreciates you guys. <3 [February 18, 2018]