After so much dogshowing it's like starting all over again with training, routines and basics. But before we even got started our partridge chickens was born and we took a drive to Kosta and Roger and picked them up.
So now we are babysitting 100 little chickens ❤️
During the drive home from the dog shows we found a hare that was just recently hit and still warm. So Tuesday morning was retrieving for Becca.
Then the plan was to build on the aviary, during Tuesday afternoon, but there were no energy to keep our eyes open left, so we made an extremely early night.
Next week will be first a obedience training competition on the 14th, then a real obedience competition for Iza and Becca on Friday, water retrieving for Iza on Saturday and an open show for Ebba at the same time.
Iza has mixed up the heel positions with show position, and the position for handing me the wooden dummie with water retrieving, so we have a project with pepping up her speed and joy in obedience as our main focus at the moment. Becca, well, we just take it as it comes, as obedience training is not her real thing- Rallylydnad is her game.
I've entered Iza for four different obedience competitions in beginners class. We'll just how she likes it and continue our work based on that. The word out and around is settling, so it's mostly taking the treats out of the game and keeping the energy that we're focusing on.
And count down to meeting our baby Chesapeake Bay Retriever who has the work name Hagel, has started! We're really looking forward to having a Retriever again. Especially after spending two days with Ananitha and her champion this weekend.
Well all of us write here, both humans and dogs ;) At least that was the plan but it seems it´s mostly me Robyn who´s attached to the keyboard...