Nacho, Nacho, Nacho. My name is Nacho, and I like steak and tacos! Ole! (my song I sing to Nacho- he loves it) We are loving almost every second with our 7 and a half week old, 10 pound, Golden Labrador.Nacho is growing so fast, he loves the new experiences each day brings!
Nacho's favorite activities are:
Digging holes, until he gets dirt in his mouth, then bougie is done with that.
Playing with Dad (Nacho thinks fingers and toes are for nibbling)
Wind, wind in the car, wind outside, wind is amazing ya'll. On the real.
Very Very short afternoon walk/jogs with Mom, that usually start/break/ and end like this
Sometimes Nacho gets spooked/tired/distracted/ super spoiled and decides he can't walk another step. Other dogs with loud barks frighten little Nacho, but he knows who will protect him!
|Come on, carry me please!|
Nacho also enjoys watching TV, he's especially keen on current events. So smart.
Nacho has excelled in his crate training, the crate works wonders. He will not use the restroom in his crate. When we bring him outside, he goes one and two like clockwork. However, he has issues alerting us as to when he needs to go outside. If he goes to the door we take him out,however he's not always great about going when brought outside. Le sigh. It's been a good two days though so he is learning! Nacho also can not have a lick of table food. Nick gave him a piece of steak Sunday afternoon, and that turned out to be the biggest mistake ever. Insert crying, begging, yelping every time we stood by ANY counter on Sunday afternoon and all day Monday. Thankfully, his memory is as small as his blatter, as this habit seems to have been broken by Tuesday.
While training this little sweet innocent puppy is hard work, and sometimes tests our patience, I look down and see this precious wittle face, and I remember a well behaved dog will be worth the hard work. Sweet sweet Nacho. Geez louise he is so.darn.cute.
Tips and tricks in getting your puppy to go to the door to be let out?
Happy Wednesday party people!