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Gerty

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The woman teaching him is a bit noisy[biggrin]

Took a full 3 minutes.




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I have had a horrible thought so before it happens I must stick something on that glass door to let him know its shut otherwise in his excitement to go out he may crash into the door.

If only I could remember what I have done with the bees I am going to stick on the van, I could use one of those.


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Patience of a Saint. 
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Patience of a Saint. 


Who me or Motley [biggrin]

I couldn´t find my bees in the Navajo, but just as I came back in I saw the basket that has all the stuff in to put back into the van and there they were on top of the pile. 

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Motley is such a good boy. Our two went through the fly screen on the van numerous times......when it was across the door! Nothing was ever a barrier to them, including a 5‘ fence! (Straight over the top without blinking!).


Many years ago one of our Ridgebacks jumped a 7’ high fence with a 9’ drop on the other side. He was 10 at the time but motivated by the Lhasa Apso bitch next door being on heat! 


Fly screens? - No problem! 🙄
 


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All down to training, one reason Motley was very reluctant to go through was because the first time he was faced with the flyscreen on the van he made the mistake of trying to fly through and the evidence is still there, Hans never fixed it, 2 of the tie strings broke and they are a bugger to mend there is so much to be removed before you get to it which I find rather stupid, I bet thousands of dogs have done the same thing.
Anyway, we taught him to wait when the screen is there, didn't take much as he´d had the bad experience of being knocked back.



What a difference out there from yesterday morning, not quite winter, but definitely late autumn weather. It´s drizzling with rain and windy.  


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Keep warm and safe Jan. Dry here but a strong, cold wind. No fly screen needed here today! 😆
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Keep warm and safe Jan. Dry here but a strong, cold wind. No fly screen needed here today! 😆


It looks as if mine won´t be needed for some time yet, next Monday looks promising for a rise in temperature again, but we will see.

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