Sure money isn’t as loose as it could be but that has nothing to do with my new plan.
When you find something you’re good at that you really enjoy doing you should make that your calling.
And why not make a few bucks at it.
I’ve decided to open a dog training academy.
I’ve had Debbie for a few weeks.
When she came she was quiet and clung to me constantly. She spent the day sleeping and watching me.
Under my tutelage she is a new dog.
She’s able to express herself and spread her wings.
You shouldn’t have to “guess” what a well trained dog is feeling.
For example: If I go out and leave her home, when I return I see that she has gone through the garbage and kicked around her wee wee pads so they become a wet crinkly ball on the other side of the room as if t say “I too like and outing even if you’re going to the dentist.
She should have the freedom to relax with no one bothering her.
Stretching until she finds just the right position.
If I had started training sooner I could have saved a load of money on a new dishwasher.
Now my plates are clean without wasting water and electricity.
I’m not sure I can take credit for all of her improvements though. Some of her traits are just true to the breed.
For example thriftiness. She hides things on and in my bed.
The other day I saw what I thought was a doody on my Ralph Lauren quilt.
But no, it was a clump of Mighty Dog beef.
That little rascal was saving it for later.
I will take students through my Facebook account (get it? Free adverts)