Molly is a great little dog. She is sweet and playful. She is doing great on her house training. She loves the kids and they love her.
Molly only has one problem. She is a puppy. What I mean by this is that she has WAY too much energy AND she doesn't listen. The most troubling part of those two things is that she lives to GET OUT. Add to that the fact that Princess H loves to LET her out, and you have a recipe for disaster.
So EVERY single day the girl opens the door, the dog gets out, the dog dashes about the yard
(and into the road and the neighbors' yards) at the speed of light. I call the dog. I follow the dog. I call the dog some more. EVENTUALLY, the dog will come to me...when she feels like it.
I cannot express the joy that I get from this daily tradition.
So, any dog owners out there, I need tips. I need advice. I need the dog to run around happily and then come when I call. Any magic tricks for that?