Our puppy, the Border Collie-Aussie mix named Kash, made it through surgery. He was neutered. Ouch! (I’m a male) Kash is doing fantastic! He did kind of give me the evil eye when I picked him up at the vet office though.
Kash is already 38 pounds! Six months old three days ago. He continues to amaze us with his funny antics, his crazy fast speed, the over the top intelligence, and just how handsome he is. (bragging)
The two things our dog training course just had no power over is how to stop the straight-to-the-brain high pitched bark, and “play” biting. The play biting is mostly happening to Shelly, but nonetheless, it should not be happening at all.
We both agree that Kash is wired a little different when it comes to those issues. Maybe it’s the mixed breed, but we have tried several different techniques that several dog training programs suggested. None have worked.
The best dog training guide for us has been Dog Training Secrets. This is by far been the turning point as to whether we kept Kash, or gave him back to the Border Collie Rescue organization where we adopted him from. If it wasn’t for the techniques that we followed in that dog training program, (they worked so fast) and how easy it was to follow, Kash the dog may be somewhere else.
With all that kinda negative stuff said, I just want to go on record and say that I truly believe Kash Flow Fouts will be a GREAT dog. He just has some things to learn yet.
Did I tell you about how Kash sat right next to me while I installed a gate latch on the gate that keeps him on our deck? He watched from beginning to end. Once installed, I flipped the latch and the gate opened. When I closed the gate, Kash stood up and flipped the latch just like I did. Fortunately the latch is where he can’t reach it when he is locked in! He is so darned smart.
So tonight, bend down and give your pup a warm hug,