George the Collie Vs Training Pt.7

Dog training and problem pups.

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George started his puppy training last Friday. 

A week off six months old, he was one of the oldest in his group but we chose to wait to rejoin a training school we trusted.

Training is fine but it is always interesting learning something about your dog and parallels with humans.


George is already good at the ‘sit’ & ‘down’. His recall is quite good too but tonight, there was a dog there and the owner had NO control over this pet.

She was an older lady with a beautiful dog, completely out of her depth. At 4 months, this dog was massive and a ball of chaos.

George found him facinating. Sat next dog along, he had a front row seat of this problem pooch.


George also though that he could also start to behave like him, something I hadn’t seen him do before.

It was like when you were at school and in your class was ‘that’ kid who was always playing up and in trouble. Impossible to ignore and a bit of a magnet to the easily led.

And that’s what I learnt about my George. He won’t walk to heel and often ignores commands but he is easily lead and, by that, I don’t mean on a leash. 😏

Author: George the Border Collie Dog 🐶

The life and times of a #British #BorderCollie #dog. Fan of Cheese 🧀, Socks & tummy rubs.

2 thoughts on “George the Collie Vs Training Pt.7”

  1. Silly George. XD It seems to me that most dogs don’t get all the obedience commands perfect until they’re fully grown. Puppies just don’t have much self control. Mine is only 10 weeks old, and she has zero self control, haha!

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