Join Byron, the two year old St. Bernard cross as he travels the sometimes murky waters of learning to be a good canine citizen

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Oh, oh. She's reading again!

Mom's got another new book she has been reading, so now of course it's more work for me!
Seriously, how many tricks does a guy like me need to know? I mean really, play dead? Where am I ever going to use that skill!
What's it going to be next?

I think I heard her say something about carrying groceries! Yikes!

18 comments:

  1. Whatcha talkin about Byron? Playin' dead is an excellent skill and one of my favorite trickies.

    But, to make it better I continue to way my tail, the hoomans think it's funny.

    woof - Tucker

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  2. If you are reading, may I suggest: Bones would rain from the sky - Suzanne Clothier. A wonderful book about how to deepen and enhance the relationship with our dogs. One of those "keep your highlighter handy" books. Big By looks like he is very eager to please. Wadda good boy.

    KT and Lady

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  3. Byron, we think you already *are* a "superdog." :-)

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  4. haha I think my pups freak out when I start reading that stuff too!

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  5. Ha! Ha! training your superdog, will you fly and save the earth every day. Will you run in a phone box and fly out with red pants on.
    Will you see through walls. PAwsome>

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  6. You don't need to play dead, OR carry in groceries, Byron. Just keep looking great fur the camera... we LOVE the pictures your mom takes of you!

    Luv,
    Cloud

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  7. well..as long as it means more treats!!

    Licks from me!
    Olive :)

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  8. That's why being a Siberian is cool. No one expects us to do tricks. So no one tries.

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  9. Hi Byron, glad to meet you. We are named the same!!

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  10. Hi, Byron!
    I don't do tricks... my mom does not have enough patience to teach me! Hmmm...
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  11. Hey there Byron
    Good luck lad...I've had 10 yrs of trick teaching now!
    Lots of love to your mom too.
    MAXDOG IN SOUTH AFRICA

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  12. Byron, you play dead when your mum says it's time to visit the vet. Seriously.

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  13. Hey Byron,

    Don't let the human turn you into some sort of trained monkey. A dog's gotta set limits or the humans will turn every moment into some sort of "learning opportunity." Sheesh!

    You are a most handsome dude.

    Hoover BPD

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  14. Woohoo! Looks like your in for it Byron!

    PS I am so excited for MangoMinister! Good luck with all your entries!

    Sierra-dog

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  15. OMG! I just read your comment on Dog Daze! Byron, you ate the whole Crazy Critter? Your tummy must have hurt! Silly boy! You are suppose to torture it, not it torture you. =)
    Glad your OK.
    Sierra-dog

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  16. Byron, we feel your pain and suffering, buddy. If we could just bury those books somewhere.... Parker, Julie and Bennie here from Bark Of Love.

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  17. What's so bad about being a superdog? I think you'd look fantastic in a cape...
    - - - - - - -
    Jack@PDB
    dog beds and more

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  18. I read that book too - it's brilliant. I haven't gotten around to teaching the dogs any thricks yet though...

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