Now that I have a sister, I have to make sure she isn't better than me. I have been soooo good in classes, agility and Rally, these past two weeks, that Diane can't believe her eyes. Yup. I won't have that little upstart outperform me. Focus, you say. No problem. Backside jumping. A breeze. Right side heeling. No sweat. Anything Diane throws at me these days, I do with a bounce in my step. Diane says there's nothing like a little sibling rivalry to bring out the best in a silly Corgi boy. I guess that would be me!
Now that the weather is nice and warm, we can train in our back yard. Today was our contacts and weaves day. I practiced the teeter, the dogwalk and 12 weaves. I was really good! The teeter is only once notch from full height now. Diane says I'm really brave. I just started to learn the dogwalk last week. It isn't very high yet. Only 2 ft. I run off the end without jumping! So far, so good, Diane says. And my weaves are fast. Especially if Diane throws a ball at the end.
My name is Diane and I share my life with a Cardigan Welsh Corgi named Yodel. Yodel is my third Cardi and he is just wonderful. He is still quite young and doesn't know what he wants to be when he grows up. For now he is learning agility and Rally obedience. My previous Cardigans, Pekoe and Kiwi, were accomplished obedience and agility dogs. Maybe Yodel will follow in their footsteps.