The traffic was non-existent, so we got to our lesson over 1.5 hours early. The dogs had a nice run in one of the fields.
When two worlds collide: Hello Kitty meets Alta Pete - Aim High versus Do What You Can!
One of the highlights of any trip - Red Lobster! So good, I couldn't even save a biscuit for the dogs.
Lou was zonked from his lesson.
Wick was zonked from ... who knows what? But it's always a good thing when Wick is sleeping, so we won't analyze root cause.
At the end of our lessons on Tuesday, Scott was nice enough to pose with the Hello Kitty stick. He is an awfully good sport.
Wick got to do a little agility in the sun. At 11 years old, she still has a ton of go.
The collies bid farewell to Fido's. What a glorious sunny day!
Seattle's skyline always makes me smile.
Scooby Snacks make me smile too!
And perhaps the biggest score - massive sale on Coach bags at the outlet store!
It was a fantastic two days with Scott. His understanding of dogs, sheep, combined with his timing ... let's just say he can make my dogs look pretty good. I've got some things to work on with both the boys, and hopefully we're turning the corner on Rex's angst/tension driving. Lou and Rex really enjoyed practicing shedding on the lovely, sheddable Cheviots. It doesn't get much better than private shedding lessons with a man who OWNS the shed. If you have the chance to attend a clinic, or take lessons, I can't recommend him highly enough. I understand that he will be the next instructor for the Online Sheep Dog Training Course and I am so signing up!
Oh, one of the fun things about Fido's is that they've got agility equipment too. I rented one of the rings and ran Wick and Rex through a few sequences. For Rex, it was his first time seeing some of the equipment (slatted dogwalk, rigid tire). Even though he must have been tired after his sheep lesson, I thought he did great! Even ignored the sheep in all the paddocks surrounding the agility ring. What a good little dog.