Puppy Jr. High

Mr. Burton Guster is now enrolled in Puppy Jr. High at the University of Doglando.

School, me?

We took him with us to Texas for Christmas and he did ok, but we realized he would never reach his full doggie potential without some help. He barks and growls when someone enters a room, explodes at sudden movements, and still doesn’t fully trust Stephen. Enter the University of Doglando. They know what they are doing when it comes to training and behavior rehab.

We were going back and forth between their Beginner Obedience training and the Puppy Jr. High. Although more expensive, we went with the Puppy Jr. High because it includes the Beginner training and two days a week of Doggie Day Care. With the exception of the two weeks we were in Texas, Gus has never been around other people without us. So the Doggie Day Care will be good for him. Tomorrow I drop him off at 7:30 am and Stephen will pick him up at 5:30! He will spend all day without us, playing with other dogs and working with the trainers. The same thing will happen on Saturday, from 10 -4. We are expecting him to be a model canine by the end of the 6 weeks!

While Gus is not the star student of his class (yet) he is one of the cutest doggies there! He was even called gorgeous. But we already knew that. 🙂


One thought on “Puppy Jr. High

  1. Awww! I’m sure it’ll go really well! 🙂 Loving those ears…

    We board our 2 at a doggie day camp place largely because the socializing seems to really help them. The difference with Pepper after the first time was amazing- particularly with our neighbor dog. Ours still go bezerk when new people come over, but after about 5 min or so, they calm down completely. I kinda like the idea that they’re noisy at first though since I’m home alone all day. 🙂 A little bit of training will make such a difference!

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