3rd night at puppy school
some good some bad, we did some heel work and i got some advice to help her stay.
one upsetting thing for me, we were sat next to quite a bouncy puppy, she kept trying to get peaches to play, she just kept turning her head away. the pup got more boistrous, to my horror peaches turned and snarled at the pup, (i will say after i calmed down the look on the pups face was priceless). i got a bit upset and Matt said she was picking it up. anyway i had a chat with the trainer and she said chances are Peaches will never want to play (which is a shame) and to avoid overly bouncy pups and that i shouldnt worry as it was just Peaches reaching the end of her teather.
on the way back to the car after she was back to her happy bouncy self so i decided if she never learns to play as long as she is happy thats enough for me.
will write more in a bit i just having food
Mommy to Pepper the Guinea-Pig, Adoring fan of Peaches the Blenheim