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Awww. Does she know “all done”? Does she know their names? You could try “name all done” if she’s looking for them again tonight to see if she understands that.
 

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Thanks! I think Peggy and Hugo might be cousins…😉 he’s probably gonna fight me all the way.
Aw! Yay! Welcome to the club. ;)

I got this one, but I haven’t used it yet:


I’ve just been tapping her nails with it while feeding treats, running it in her presence, etc. At one point I pretended to grind my husband’s nails and she settled right in close to watch. Pretty adorable, but I still fully expect her to hate it.
How's it going with Peggy and your new nail grinder?
 

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Just away- Peggy in the green bandana. Notice the eyes that look like "What me I have been real good" Very soulful. Anyway we call it the Peggy look I am teaching this just for fun. Command Is - is that your Peggy look? Asta does better with phrases as commands So it is what we are learning. Thanks Peggy - have some turkey
 

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Lol, looks like the stump of a cigar!
 

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Awww. Does she know “all done”? Does she know their names? You could try “name all done” if she’s looking for them again tonight to see if she understands that.
I do use “all gone” when I’m at the end of a handful of treats. I’ll try it tonight.
Dinnertime rolls around....

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“All gone, Peggy. They’re all gone.”

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Oh those sad eyes! But lovely to know she enjoyed their company so much, and will welcome them with joy next time they visit.
 
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I dislocated my shoulder again today and was a complete mess until I could get it back in place.

(I’m still kind of a mess.)

My husband helped me into the only chair I could manage to sit in, I verrrry slowly and carefully put up my legs, and within seconds a poodle soared up and over, landing light as a feather between them. She then gently pushed her nose under the hand on my dislocated side, and with my fingers in her topknot, I felt the tension leave my spasming muscles.

Poodles are magic.

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