Wednesday, September 30, 2015
When the Hyde family picked up Winnie today, I explained that we had not had her on a lead. When they got back to Cajun country, she had her first lesson and "bam" she got it the first try. Those Galla Creek Feists are so smart!
Thanks Hyde Family for sharing.
If pups are in a pen together, as Bennie and Winnie were, you can not even have collars on them. They chew them right off of each other. Pups do great together but at about 3 months they really need their own kennel to develop into a good Feist. When they are kept together, one will dominate and it is really hard to get their attention when training because they 'feed' off each other just like kids.