Lo-Lo | 21 Months Old | Chow Mix | Eastvale, CA | In Training
Updated: Aug 9
Welcoming Lo-Lo the Chow Mix to our two week board and train program. Lo-Lo is an extremely friendly and playful boy who loves to socialize. We will be working on fundamental commands and off leash control over the next few weeks. He is eager to begin his training!
Lo-Lo out practicing heel with his training partner Kylo. They have been getting along great like best pals which makes walks more fun for Lo-Lo, making him a little more excited to go on them each time. Lo-Lo is learning the heel command quickly and has been fitting in well here with the rest of the pack.
Extra heel practice today. Caught Lo-Lo staring off into the sunrise on our early morning walk. He is getting better at walking without pulling and is taking less corrections than when we first started.
Out at the park this morning with some mild distractions while we practiced all basic commands.
Some off leash work today nailing some of the fundamentals without being guided by leash pressure.
Off leash heel practice today to a local park. Lo-Lo has his stubborn moods some days where he doesn't feel like walking but when he's in the mood to work he is great at his commands!
Lo-Lo is working on not getting distracted by things while on our walk still but getting better with practice. He is able to hold place much longer than when we first started and is more confident about doing the command on a higher object.
Pack walk with the gang this evening did Lo-Lo good to socialize with some other dogs and to practice ignoring them and just calmly walking for a while.
Lo-Lo practiced puppy push ups today! He had to fight off a case of the lazies after a bit of work so we starting using leash pressure to hold him accountable. He still ate his wet food even though not listed.
Weighing in at 39lbs Lo-lo is at about the same weight he arrived although he was fighting an upset stomach for a short time it seems to have cleared up for the most part. He is doing great with his commands and just requires some extra encouragement to keep him going sometimes.
Off leash heel cone practice today while filming some final video for Lo-Lo! Killing it with the cones after lots of practice.