Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Developing personality

Now, as she's six months old, she have started the basic dog training with an professional dog trainer. The basic training lasts for six weeks. For the beginning there were 2 or 3 days of accommodation with the dog trainer.
First day she was kind of scary of the dog trainer but after 2 meetings she is loving him. At the training courses only the dog and the trainer are allowed to participate. At the end of the first 2 weeks I participated at one course to see what Tara has learned. I was pretty surprised to see Tara listen to the trainer and sitting at his command, lay down or walking slowly on his left side.
I am very satisfied until now.
I've done a lot of research for her feeding. Until the age of 4 months, she received one yolk egg in a week ( this is very good for the hair) but now she has 4 yolks per week. She eats only 2 times a day: in the morning and at 5-6 in the evening. I cooked her some kind of soup with beef meat and rice and carrots. She loves that soup. She always want to chew something so i bought her some big cattle t-bones. In that way my cables and my slippers remain untouched :D, otherwise she cut my Internet cable two times and antenna cable.
Last weekend we found outside a working leather glove which became her favorite

Friday, February 16, 2007

Meet Tara

This is my amstaff Tara when she was 2 months old. She is a cute and shy puppy and is so little she cant even get up on the bed. Her best friend is Pinky.

....and this is Pinky. They make a very noisy and agitated team. The collaboration between them is great: Pinky walks on everything and drops everything and Tara crushes everything falls from Pinky. If she had nothing to chew, she starts chewing cables: antenna, power cable and internet cable (2 times). Each one likes other's food so they must be separated when eat.