How long does it take to train the Perfect Human?
Those of you who have followed my blog for a while know that I have been in the process of training my humans since the day they brought me home.
I’m not going to lie to you – its been real hard work to get them to see things my way, but I think I can finally say that at least one of my humans has now been fully trained and can be declared a fully fledged Entlebucher Mountain Dog Slave.
Let me explain.
No More Mischief? Really?
I overheard my human chatting to Bella’s human the other day. It went something like this:
‘Sometimes its difficult to come up with something to write about on the blog every week.’Bella’s human said.
‘I know, and especially the Monday Mischief posts – Alfie’s not really doing all that much mischief anymore.’ My human replied.
‘What are you on about – he vomited in your bed the other day, and he’s been sneaking into your bedroom almost every night of this week. And what about the macaroni cheese that he stole off the counter top, or the….’
Bella’s humans voice trailed off as I searched eye contact with my human. She honestly looked completely dumbstruck and that’s when I knew I have finally got here right where I want her.
She nolonger notices my mischief – its been accepted as the norm! *pawsome*
Then I just grinned and winked at Bella.
See that lil sis?
This is history in the making.
This is the moment when I, Alfie Entlebucher, after two years and four months of hard work, declare my human as a fully trained Entlebucher Mountain Dog assistant – oblivious to mischief, and with pockets full of treats.
The world is my oyster.
How is your ‘human training going pups?