Saturday, November 8, 2008

Dane pup is in training

Princeton running with one of his dog friends

Princeton has started a real obedience class -- much tougher (and more effective) than the “puppy kindergarten” that he did before. I don’t have much energy for blogging left after being so strict and vigilant with Princeton all the time, so don’t worry if I don’t post here very often.

Maybe this class seems so much tougher because Princeton is much bigger (29 inches at the shoulder) and stronger. Plus he now has the moody, sometimes defiant attitude of a teenager. He’s 6-1/2 months old.

Yesterday he lost what looks to be his last baby tooth while playing with his friend in this photo.

3 comments:

Lindsay said...

Good luck at the obedience class. Stick with it. It will pay off big time.

Allison (Dog Mom) said...

Seems like Princeton has a perpetual state of the "zoomies".

I managed to catch 3 of Waldo's baby teeth...keeping them for a scrapbook. Yes, I'm THAT mom.

KC said...

Well, I did manage to catch ONE of Princeton's baby teeth to keep and treasure.

I got excited about taking action shots of Princeton lately. He DOES stop and rest occasionally.

Thanks for the encouragement about obedience class. I need it! It's physically hard to keep correcting him and Princeton gives me such unhappy looks when I have to keep telling him, "No."