My humans have been told that the puppy at sixteen weeks without extensive training and behavior modification is what you are going to get as an adult. As this has been my sixteenth week I have given this a lot of thought and talked to all my friends about my career options. You see, dogs don’t have career advisors, but as I’m from a ‘working breed’ with herding and guarding background, I think its important that I at least think about these things while I’m still a pup.
More Research Needed
They were all very helpful but I couldn’t help but feel that something was missing from their advice so I decided to do some more research.
One of my humans works in the city so I decided to check out his place of work to see if it was something for me. Said and done, I took my other human on the tube, and boy was the commute a long and dreadful one. I was the only one wagging my tail, all the humans looked sad and miserable and I felt it was my Entlebucher duty to make them all smile again and that was quite an effort. The office itself wasn’t very impressive. Everyone sat around staring at their computers and there was no cheese in the office fridge. Not my kind of place.