It’s the tail. It wags and wags and wags….We have a new rating for Cali, it is similar to the quarterback rating of touchdowns over interceptions.
Doggie Bonus = (cute girls drawn over) / (accidents in the house)
So far Cali is pretty far below 1, but she’s on the board!
What reading 3 books about Labrador Retrievers doesn’t tell you is that reading the body language of dogs is very tough. It’s 9 o’clock, and we’ve had Cali for 6 hours. I slept on the floor with her for a good hour of it, then she had her first little accident. She’s been taken outside 3 times, with Sara currently outside on the fourth….but somehow she seems to like our floors rather than the outside area. Accident count: 2, the second was minutes after she came inside again….doh!
To be fair, Cali is the cutest thing we’ve ever seen.
Tomorrow Sara and I are driving out to Shirley, Long Island and picking up Cali. She’s a black Labrador Retriever puppy about 7 1/2 weeks old. Her official B-Day is February 27th. She’ll get her own hexagon on the buzolich.com website….kinda like the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but different. Her page will have lots of pictures of her and a blog of my attempts to control pure energy. Do you have any good dog training tips? Please post them!
Not going to mention the guy that suggested this game as a diversion from working, but this is really addicting. Try a game or two of Miniputt. The first one is free….
KJB – 27
TMB – 28
ARH – 29
Kendall answered the challenge and responded with a vigor.
Check out this scorecard: 1,1,1,1,1,2,1,2,2,2,2,1,1,1,2,1,2,3 = 27
Editor’s Note: This game has been mastered. Every hole has been one putted.