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Old 06-09-2019, 11:31 AM   #571 (permalink)
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To people who think it would be fun to bring your dog everywhere, ever take a five-year-old to church? Think about a five-year-old on their best behavior, and the effort of the parent to maintain it. Sure, our relationships with our SD's kind of become telepathic after a while, but under heavy distraction bringing Noelle somewhere new is a lot like bringing a five-year-old to church.
Chuckling here! In church this morning were folks with 3-8 year olds who have asked me to please train their children after seeing how well my SD behaves! This morning he was perfect, including sitting and standing when that was suggested to the congregation, while their children were disruptive.

So glad you brought this up as an example! I love him even more !
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I've had that same thing happen when parents ask me to train their kids as well as Noelle is trained. So, funny. I do expect Noelle to behave as well, or better, than a five-year-old on their best behavior. A well behaved five-year-old does not walk into the bread aisle and squish every loaf of bread within reach. The desire to do so is still lurking beneath the surface, though. And if you asked a five-year-old if they wanted to squish a loaf of bread, it wouldn't take much coaxing to get them to do it. Noelle has devil horns under her topknot and I am aware of them sometimes. What lurks under the surface is a mischievous streak that I have to be on top of. Noelle's manners are not set it and forget it. More like set it and tend it.
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Noelle's manners are not set it and forget it. More like set it and tend it.
What an excellent way to say it!

So many people get a dog trained by someone else, or a program Service Dog, and they do not know how to do the training themselves ,,,, they think it should stay set and have no clue how to 'tend it'.
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And every SD requires extra tending under different conditions. What tempts one dog might not tempt another. Noelle will never be set it and forget it. We are developing telepathy, though. You know those moments with your SD, when you want them to drop behind you and walk directly behind you around an obstacle. And before you say anything, your dog just drops back without you saying a word. Or you think you want your dog to sit slightly behind you, and the dog backs up and sits behind you. Those telepathic moments are part of what make SD's so interesting.
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