The 'De Mongrel' kennel had been having a good rest for the entire weekdays last week. The poles and jumps were not being touched at all. Ms Owner was rushing for her assignments and mid term exam is lurking around the corner. We spent the night brushing up on our rusty tricks and catching balls. She's getting a little crazy with this ball catching stuff until now the way she throw was like gun shooting, right into my face. "Ouch!", that will be the consequence if I miss it.
With no weaving practise for 6 days, it seemed like I'm back to square one again. Last Sunday, I keep popping out in the middle. I think we need to purchase an extra 6poles to make up to the numbers during backyard practise. The first 5 jumps of the course were so challenging, so much turning to do, Ms Owner can't think properly and I'm totally confused. I have order her to make a mental note and practise her run at home with an invisible dog, while I supervise her by the side.
By the way, is time for my teeth cleaning routine again. This time we have pork bone. Previously, we tried mutton, but we ended up with the entire front porch and my face smelling mutton, and that's awful. So next time, no more mutton, it will be either pork or beef.
After 3 hours....... still remain at the same position gnawing. I have finally succeeded in 'stay out of sight' for 3 hours!! Ms Owner must be thrill.
The truth behind Pacco. Contractory to the believe that black dogs can't stand heat and being under the sun, I do enjoy sun-tanning, and I did it everyday for a long duration. Just wanna make sure I absorb enough of solar power for speed work, Vitamin Ds, my black coat stays black and resemble shinny amour, unlike some of my pals who had their black fur turned brownish. But people tends to believe the myth about black dogs getting overheat. Thanks for being so considerate and I really appreciate it, cause I always use this excuse for not training under the hot sun. Bravo me! But I don't appreciate it when the whole family are claiming me as being the 'Insane Dog'.