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Time to talk about dog obedience training and school. I can't thank you enough about your encouraging comments from last week. They helpeded me so much that I relaxed and even did some soul searching. This is what I discovered.
The source of my fear
Trixie's the one who's been attacking me every time I visit the barn. Trixie's a Chi-meanie and I'm not talking to her ever again.
A careful analysis of my young soul, as Twinkie puts it, made it clear that I am traumatized. I will not be this way forever though. Now that I know why I'm afraid of small black and white dogs, I can take control. I'm growing up fast after all.
Not so fast!
This is beautiful and sweet Roxie
I would love to play with her, but she reminds me of a certain Chi-meanie
Adorable, gentle Augie
He too reminds me of the Chi-meanie
Bright, well-trained handsome Mitch
He's a blue heeler, one of my favorite breeds
He's so well behaved, I shouldn't be afraid of him, but he's also much bigger than I am
As you can see, I was so brave, I even switched chairs
I deserve a tiny drumroll for this next photo
Now look who's being brave! It's me!
Mommy was so pleased with me. She kept huffing and puffing, but I could tell she was proud not so deep deep down.
I have to run now. I want to visit more Global Animal Blogging Event posts and find out about their free giveaways!!!