Happy New Year!




Happy new year!  I hope everyone had a great holiday weekend.

In celebration of New Years,  if your dog could make a New Years Resolution, what would it be?

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8 Responses to Happy New Year!

  1. Whitney says:

    Magnolia’s resolution: faster, more consistent times in Flyball.
    Rebel’s resolution: be nicer to other dogs.
    Ryder’s resolution: master “stay”

  2. For Winston we resolve to continue his obedience training–we are going into Open classes. We also resolve to get back to our weekly tracking training in our hopes to pursue a TD title. Also to take Winston to Earthdog practice to work on Junior Earthdog title. Lastly, to work towards Rally Advanced. A fun filled training year!

  3. Regina says:

    All three of my dogs would want to train me to be a better handler in agility and obedience!

  4. Brooke says:

    Mortis says: My resolution is to kick my sister off the couch more, I love that couch.
    Rigger says: My resolution is so sit in more laps, I don’t quite fit, but I love trying!
    They are both Great Danes lol

  5. Brenda Grice says:

    Toby: Enjoy the days of retirement in good health.
    Casey: Be the dog mom wants me to be.

  6. When I approached our three dogs to ask them what their resolutions would be they asked me to get out of the way of the TV. As I walked away I heard our hound say “We really need to work on his training”.

  7. Jan Floyd says:

    Sadie: “I will actually return the ball to Mom when we play Fetch.”
    Forrest: “I will use my inside voice when I want to talk to Mom.”
    Angel: “I will stop chewing on my blanket.”
    Princess: “I will TRY to look at the camera when Mom wants to take pictures.”

  8. Jenn says:

    Mojo would resolve to run more with me his owner. So that Really means I should run more.

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