Puppy training is still the right term for the teaching of commands for Kash. I do think that in a couple months we will be able to refer to it as dog training.
Kash is progressing from a puppy into a young adult dog. I created a video using Animoto ( a really cool free video creator) and my photos taken over the last 2 months of Kash growing up. See what you think.
Note: This is a high definition video so you might have to click pause once it gets started to let it load up fully. (it all depends on your internet provider speed)
So that’s it for today. Oh yeah, Kash chased 3 more squirrels. They are starting to get the message that feeding on the bird food will be more of a challenge. Also, we are going to get more focused on our puppy training this weekend. Kash needs to get more focused on his commands. (actually we need to get more focused on the commands)
This website is going to be a picture storybook journaling the life of Kash, a 12 week old Border Collie-Australian Shepherd mix. He is a rescued dog.
We picked Kash up from a terrific foster home on January 15th, 2010. We had visited Kash and her two brothers and one sister, one week earlier. My wife and I originally wanted a female Border Collie-Aussie mix puppy, after months of trying to decide if we were ready to be dog masters once again.
Kash had other plans. He smoozed us, paid us the most attention, and gave us the puppy dog eyes longer than the rest of them. A connection was made.
We felt so bad to only pick one. We decided to keep track with the people that adopt Kash’s siblings and have a family reunion once a year, if possible. (maybe more often) That way the dogs will at least know their brothers and sister are well and cared for.
So that is the introduction to Kash, our Border Collie – Australian Shepherd mix puppy!
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Border Collie/Australian Shepherd Mix Are Awesome Dogs!