Howdy Mates, the other day we were at Dog School and we were practicing our drop and stay manoeuvres. Well I admit, I am, as you know, kind of a sleepy, lazy boy. Our teacher was telling the class that when you signal your dog to drop, the owner walks away and turns towards them and stands still facing the doggie. The doggie must stay in a drop position. You know, down on your tummy, feet out in front, looking as regal as you can. Well this is how it should work in theory.
She went on to say that in trialling, if a doggie rolls onto their side, its called a 'dead dog' and you are disqualified. Well there we were, doing our lessons and guess what. My mum and all the other mums and dads put their dogs in the drop. The teacher was talking and mum looked down and this is what she saw. (This is a re-enactment hehe)
Mum calls to the instructor and says, "Is this what you would call a dead dog?". Well the whole class totally cracks up cause there I was, on my back, waving my legs in the air like a plonker. We have fun in our class that's for sure.
Later that day, we went for a walk. It was fine and sunny. What a nice change from cold and wet!
Well mates, that's all for now. Oh, by the way, has anyone seen my sissy. I can't find her.
No worries, and love,