~ A Little Story For the Blog
You brought Sophia to live with us on Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday were quiet days in our yard. Saturday afternoon, the two pre-teen girls next door were out in their backyard and when they were talking loud, Sophia barked and ran a few feet towards their yard, stopped and barked again and then ran a few more feet and then stopped and looked at their yard for less than a minute and promptly resumed play.
I told you the story of Azura, as a puppy, running and barking towards the perceived threat, so I thought you’d appreciate this one about Sophia. When Azura barks, Sophia promptly sits, alert, and watches where Azura goes and then runs after her to see what’s going on. This little girl is such a sweetheart, so smart, so alert and learns so quickly. Well, except for the biting thing!
Oh, Sophia is a smart one–and again, a shark-toothed girl, too. (Haha) Thanks for the cute story. Secretly I was deeply concerned about the expectations–what we were looking for in Sophia. Who can guess what will happen, but this story was unusual–and yet, here we go. She did the same kind of confident thing. (Hurrah!)
For anyone raising the Weimaraner, click here to read about the puppy biting thing. I highly recommend this read.
Posted on February 28, 2020, in Fern X Boone, Previous Pup Update and tagged Blue Female Weimaraner, Blue Weim Pups, Blue Weimaraner Puppy, Idaho Blue Weimaraner, Idaho OwyheeStar Weimaraner, Idaho Weimaraner, Idaho Weimaraners, Puppy Biting, Puppy Biting happens. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
She’s definitely a confident girl! And pretty fearless! What I’m the most amazed about is how quickly she’s learned the terrain, both inside and outside. She loves the back yard, loves to go exploring. And she’s so good in the front yard. We don’t go down the steps, we go along the porch and then onto the grass and she loves running back up the way we came right to the front door. Oh, and she loves riding in the car, can wait to get into her travel kennel from my front seat, and she settles right in.
Well, it is what we work toward—but in all honesty, some folks have an easier time of it. I believe some of this is the human factor. Certain persons have a natural ability–and they stay calm inside. So, things unfold in a natural manner–the pup learning the ropes with ease. If you are concerned, stressed, worried, or frustrated then the Weimaraner picks up on the cues. There is no hiding it.
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