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    Tue May 07, 2013 6:12 pm
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    We were fortunate that when we arrived, there didn't happen to be anyone in the waiting room - two dogs (a sheltie and a VERY nervous GSD) had just gone into the exam room, so we were able to come in, get weighed, and sniff around a bit before settling down. Though he was still nervous.

    Down to 108, btw, from 110 last year.

    A couple of minutes later, a lady with a young golden came out of one of the exam rooms, and little Goldie wanted to meet Jar REALLY REALLY badly. Jar was holding it together, but. I told the lady no, and little Goldie bounced away, and it was fine.

    Then a couple more dogs came in - one friendly little scruffy terrier-looking puppy and an older, also nervous dachshund-sort of thing.

    Then a husky with an e-collar.

    Then a lady with a happy-jumpy spaniel came out of exam.

    Each time, Jar held it together - he looked, I got his attention, then clicked and treated him.

    I swear - I may never leave the house without a baggie of cream cheese. icon_redface.gif

    He got called in, and we had to walk right by the spaniel and some little tiny ewok-looking thing with a bandage in its itty bitty leg - and he didn't even bat an eye, just scooted into the room and started sniffing around.

    He was fine for the quickie shot and was a trooper when he got his blood drawn, though I could tell it was kind of freaking him out - he kept looking away. But all was well.

    I'm going to start easing him off the Prozak next week - and I'm going to put him in YET ANOTHER obedience class - keep exposing him to random dogs at the same time as we lower the Prozak. The Feisty Fido place does a class that we can pick up any time - we don't have to wait for a new session.

    So - Jarly gets another gold star! icon_smile.gif
    Tue May 07, 2013 7:26 pm
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    WHO is an EXCELLENT boy???? JAR!!!! icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif
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    Wed May 08, 2013 8:31 am
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    That really IS awesome.

    Mine would not be as good. Dawson will want to LOUDLY meet and great every darn dog and then the big goof is afraid of the scale. What that is about I don't know but I will have a pocket of cooked chicken.

    Maddy will want to scrap. I often wondered why they don't have separate in and out doors - it would make things easier. icon_smile.gif I take her in with a head collar so that I can steer her away from the clinic cat who always seems to want to put her life on the line. icon_wink.gif

    On the plus side they are good about exams and shots.

    That drop in class sounds like a very good thing for Jarly. He is doing so well and keeping him socialized is just going to build on what you have accomplished to date. He is a Trooper!
    Wed May 08, 2013 2:47 pm
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    Thanks, guys. icon_smile.gif

    The class is at the same facility that he did the Feisty Fido class - and also the same place he went to doggy daycare last fall, so the staff knows him (and his issues), which is also good.

    I'll arrange for that next week, probably (after I get paid), and that'll be for, I think, either 2 or 3 months. Then we've got tracking the first 3 Saturdays of June. And HOPEFULLY, maybe later in the summer, we can think about agility.

    Or CGC - because by that time, he'd flippin' BETTER be the best citizen in town! icon_lol.gif
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