Recap of the highlights:
|Off leash training|
Take potatoes off the counter and rip the bag up - no damage to the spuds.
Nothing, other than growl at the new bed our people got.
Do really well at off leash training until we are just about to go in the house and then take off. For the first 15 minutes we just ran around the valley and hills behind our house. Our Lady calmly tried to catch up. First we would go up the mountain and she would climb up and then we would run down. She tried to tackle Lee. At this point Phod went back to the house with her and Lady got the leash and went out after Lee. Lee was no where to be seen but since there was lots of snow (we got another foot or so on Wednesday), she tried to track her. Unfortunately Lee went into the Valley where no creature had gone this winter. The snow was waist deep on Lady, making it hard to track. As Lady was turning around to find a trail, about 200 meters away she heard a familiar panting. A very happy Lee had returned. They climbed back up the mountain to the house. Both were exhausted after. Lady decided off leash training was on hold.
|We are acting out a heart shape here|
Get into the recycling (which the people have finally got smart enough about and moved to a place we can never get it)
Poop and Pee on the floor.
Nothing, but the man put Phod in the crate to reduce the change.
Lee peed in her dog bed.
Sunday: Emma caused mischief cause she is not house broken, but nothing major.
Today: Emma got loose and started down the quiet road we live on. Of course it was commute time so one of the 6 people who lives on the road was coming. She almost got hit. Lady had Lee on leash. Phod followed. We made it to the last house on the road before Lady was able to tackle Emma. So she had to carry Emma, with Lee on leash with the neighbours dog trying to play. Phod had taken a detour to the lake. We all made it back safe and sound but Lady was a little frustrated. All this happened the 30 minutes before the man left. She says it is going to be a very, very long week.
|Our house in the woods|