Eddy has been acting like a crazy dog for the past couple weeks. He is definately going through some phase. Very rambunctious, vocal and disorderly. I have been smothering him with affection, and spoiling him with trips to his friends' houses. I think it's working. He has mastered "roll over" and is almost done with "shake". What should I teach him next? He doesn't like to "beg" or "stand" or "dance"; he's really bad at maneuvering on just his back legs.
I walked down to a dog day-care place I've glanced at several times. I announced to the front desk girl that I had "come to check out the inside." She gave me their brochure and didn't have a price list for the grooming department. She showed me nothing in the interior of the day care, and elaborated only by saying they seperate the dogs by small/medium/large, and there is a sizable L-shaped lawn they play on about 4 times a day. Do dog day care people refuse to tour people around their place? Because it excites the dogs too much to have people coming through like it's a pet shop or something? I'm just wondering if this is a common policy. They have a 24-hour webcam so people at work can watch their dogs be watched.