|the camera flash is very bright!|
|loving his Cyberbone|
I'm going to do a seperate post on the graduation by the way, because it was quite an experience.
On Friday night, the three of us went to see a movie and left Volt at home (outside) with Thelma and Louise- after they'd had supper of course, heh heh. It was the longest Volt had been alone at home with the girls and apart from him being very wet from the rain when we got home, we didn't find any hectic digging evidence, though I did discover the next morning that he'd chewed up one of the ferns next to the koi pond.
He loves sleeping next to the sliding door and I had to giggle when I called him and he sat up and looked at me, half asleep and half under the curtains!
I was also reminded this last week that Volt is a lot like a young human child when it comes to excitement and getting over-stimulated. If he's had a busy day and he's bouncing all over the place he has to be told its time to calm down and be restful else he won't stop!
Oh and last week's Twitter "did you know" puppy raising tweets were as follows:
Did You Know: Guide-dog pups are trained to sit and stay when walking through a door or gate so that they don't rush in or out.
Did You Know: Guide-dog pups are not allowed to play with balls or frisbees.
What I am pleased about is that these tweets get a couple of responses every week when people comment on something or ask why a certain rule applies, which is exactly the result I wanted from Twitter.
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