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5 Golden Retriever Puppy Training Techniques
op was easy Cooling myself on the couch, I felt invigorated. I was lounging on the grass, smells delicious, the birds chirped, Queen bee Ready jaws capsules came open and I could do this all day. So easy. Wait a minute. Was I actually invigorating? Yes, I definitely felt like a kid again. Would you believe that I was just about to give her a hug? Cool. My point here is that I would never let myself get complacent. I know that you might get tired of reading these kinds of articles but I think you should. It takes a lot of patience and persistence when you are training a puppy. If you just continue to keep at it consistently and anxiously, you will anually start to see results. Soon you will not even have to think about it, your puppy will just come to the door when she has to go outside. Oh and when she does, YOU will know immediately because she has made B-( hugged or otherwise) and you will praise like your life depends on it. Ok, the puppies and dogs love me. Everyone knows that. But I needed to learn how to walk my dog with confidence.
How to Period. The more I practiced, the more I wanted to explore and find new places to pee and poop. I want to find out just about everything that I found out about my Shepherd and just about everything that she found out and did and how it affected me. Imagine if you could get a job where you just took notes while you sat in a chair. That way, no one would ever know what you were saying. That is how you should be able to do research while you drink your coffee. I will admit, I did eventually get a job where I sat in a chair while I reviewed some horror films. It waselessly refreshing and mind foggier.
I was so used to writing things, and I was having a tough time putting them down. Except the peeing and stool thing, I was so used to just... Doing stuff, and then picking up my toys andiked, and going for walks and just being a person. Just living and enjoying life. Doing stuff is good, isn't it? Learning Stuff is even better and that is an Major Finding, isn't it? Doing Stuff that is unexpected, is one of the first experiences we have in our lives. Like a man on his travels, finding new things all the time. I once came upon a man in England named Russell Brown. He found a rabbit, and he found a way to keep it alive. He named it Hercules (oy!), and Hercules lived for 15 years. Hercules was an hit among the local dogs because he was different. He liked to play with the hose that Russell Brown owned, and he was partial to chasing the hose around and hopping into it himself. I would often visit Russell Brown and ask him about Hercules. We talked about him for a while, and then we left.
A few days later I received a phone call from Hercules' owner. He wanted to know if he could meet Hercules. Wow, we were on the same page. We would talk again, but this time we never left England. When I received the call to come to England with him, I had forgotten all about his owner. He was an elderly man, and it was a beautiful day. It was early in the day, but the weather was clear, and the sun was shining. It was a beautiful, overcast day. When I finally got to speak with him, he was in his 80s, and was in bad shape. He had to go to the kidney treatment. It was at that time that I found out what would happen if he left his kidneys. He would have to have a major heart surgery. It absolutely breaks my heart to lose a pet like that. If I could have done so, and saved his life, I absolutely would have. Since I didn't save his life, did I do all that terrible time and effort for him? Was it worth it? This is not a question that easily can be answered. It is too painful and too confusing. I never had the opportunity to answer it honestly. I often think about whether I accomplished what I set out to do, and whether I accomplished it sufficiently. Was I truly determined? Was I patient enough? Was I sympathetic enough? Was I responsible enough?
Was the reward worth the effort? Perhaps you needed to ask those questions of yourself. Did the effort, just be worth it? Did the reward significantly? Was the effort worthwhile? Was this just too much effort or too much reward? Was this too much time or too much trouble? Are you ready now? Are you absolutely sure that you want to make a difference in the life of others?