Yodel is very patient when it comes to opening presents, Pekoe would have had the wrapping off in 2 seconds.
My friends surprised me with a wonderful retirement present! Until my wrist heals, I'll have to be satisfied with fondling the yarn and dreaming of woolly corgis, Thank you Bow Wow Sisters!
I thought I should celebrate my first real day of retirement with a short training session with Yodel. We had fun.
Diane thought I was bored. So what did she do? Did she take me for a walk? No. Did she play ball with me. No. Did she set up some jumps and tunnels? No. That would be too sensible. Instead she stuffed my toys in this silly flower pot and watched me pull them out. Not once, mind you. But over and over again. Really. Humans are so simple-minded.
Finally. At the age of eight, Kiwi is able to relax ringside at an agility trial. She watched dogs. She watched people. She didn't react to a kelpie sniffing her butt. She took her turn sitting out with Cathy, Julie and Diane to meet, greet and gets lots of rubs. And who is that woman relaxing in a chair with an iced cap?! Yes, that would be me!
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.