A little love goes a long way

Thanks for all the thoughts, everyone, don't worry - we've decided to try to rehabilitate Hero. We're having another in-house training session this Saturday and then have enrolled him in an eight-week obedience class meeting on Saturdays starting in mid-November. So we're giving up our weekends, not our little furry friend :)

This is one of those times where I guess it's good I'm not pregnant - we have a window to see if we can get this dog kid-ready.



Anonymous said...

Good luck with Hero. I'll be crossing fingers that every turns out okay.

lol the picture! He looks like he knows something's up.

8:20 AM
DeeMarie said...

Good luck!! And it's incredible that you're finding a bright side. You obviously love the little guy (even if he's scary!!)

8:41 AM
mommy2twinkies-Deb said...

Yes, I'm sure if you work with him that much, you'll get him ready... good luck.

9:16 AM
Kelli said...

Thx for the note of encouragement. :)

I'm happy to hear that you are keeping Hero and are getting him therapy to work through his issues. Wouldn't it be nice if we could just sit our animals down and talk to them...explain things and reason with them? I hope everything turns out fine and Hero is accepting of the loving home he has been given.

9:35 AM
Scotty said...

He's so fluffy!

11:28 AM
Casey said...

Glad things are looking up for you guys. Giving up your weekends won't be fun but the reward of a well behaved dog will be so worth it!

12:17 PM
steenky bee said...

Ah, house-training. Well, you'll definitely have the potty-training and patience thing down. Good luck. He's adorable!!

1:14 PM
Road Blocks and Roller Coasters said...

Good luck! Hero is such a cutie and he is so lucky to have a mom and dad who want to help he be the best doggy he can be. :)

7:18 PM
Bina said...

According to the Dog Whisperer (who I watch religiously) there is NO dog that can't be rehabilitated! Maybe you should Ceasar!!!!!

But Good Luck!

7:52 AM