Discussion in 'Labradors in Service' started by Boogie, Nov 14, 2016.
No no no I had to speak to a breeder today because if you lot if its not super lovely Mollie it's that sweet little Luna . This site is just not safe with so many lovely dogs
I can tell her nose is getting longer and less puppy-round already. Amazing how fast they change. Such a lovely little miss.
I can't believe you managed to get out the door without Mollie in your purse....
This is Tatze's chair - her own safe place where she knows for sure she's safe from the puppy - ooooops!
(I was washing up and thought 'the pup is very quiet' hmmmm! - the photo had to be taken before she was removed, of course)
Ha ha but even then Tatze is stil so good....granted she looks like she needs to be saved by Mum but she's not doing anything about it hereself ......and Mollie looks like she'd be fist pumping the air if she could .....xxxxx
That is a great photo! Tatze looks like she's totally unimpressed and Mollie looks as proud as punch
Tatze's expression is priceless! 'What is this upstart doing? And why are you taking her photo instead of rescuing me?'
Mmmm... I don't know about that Mollie. She has that perpetually "Oh, I'm just a sleepy innocent puppy" look about her, but she's ON TATZE'S CHAIR and NOBODY GETS ON TATZE'S CHAIR. I'd watch out for that one.
She's the first pup get up there!
I blame the Lambie
Tatze looks a tad unimpressed!
Poor Tatze...she is SUCH a good aunty.....
Tatze's perfected the 'look what I have to put up with' expresssion, whereas Mollie just looks determined (and cute!)!
Tatze:"Mum.. MUM! We have a serious problem.."
Mollie: "What?.. Me? "
She only wanted a cuddle
Teaching Mollie 'down', she's getting there. I teach 'upsit' at the same time as they invariably get up in the early days of learning 'down'
Before I clicked on this, I thought it would be Mollie learning how to get "down" off of Tatze's chair.
Aha - but the cue is 'off' for that, not 'down'