She likes to chew on the leash as soon as she notices it. Or it could be that she is trying to train me to walk on a leash.
That was Monday. Yesterday she had learned to ignore or tolerate the leash a little more. :)
She sure is a sweetie, but she is also a lot of work! Because I work from home I can run outside and play with her off and on throughout the day. She sleeps in her crate outside and does REALLY well. Most of the time I go out to tell her goodnight and she is already in there waiting to be tucked in. :)
The cats tolerate her pretty well. Willow tolerates her more than I think she should, Oakley plays a little rough with them. Talon puts her in her place... I think he has become quite jealous. He (the flame point colored siamese) always seemed more like a dog than a cat... following you around outside and "talking" a mile a minute. Trying anything for attention. He has made it kind of hard to train Oakley without distractions. BUT, even at that Oakley is doing so good! I still don't know everything or even 1/4 of what there is to know about clicker training, but with the youtube videos I have seen, I've been able to teach Oakley to "hi-five" and to "leave it." Sit came pretty natural without the clicker, so she does do that too.
She LOVES munching on grass, or pulling it. I think it is just a puppy curiousity thing for her to do. It is so cute to watch her hi-five and anticipate her reward treat. I need to get it on video! Because she is a puppy her attention span is pretty short, so we keep our play/treat time pretty short.
She is kind of a spoiled little baby. :)