From the desk of Al Elliott
15th February 2018
Dear fellow 'stubborn-dog owner',
I know how you feel. I really do.
- I know that sinking feeling that you've lost him forever when your dog sees a squirrel.
- I know what it's like to put your key in the door and wonder what mess you're about to face.
- I know the shame of having to drag your barking, growling, snarling dog away from another dog, and the apolgies and protestations that 'he's not normally like this'.
The good news is that all these issues are linked to just one problem - stubborness.
Allow me to intrduce myself and the source of my frustration (and the object of my adoration, of course.)
This is Peanut, and he's the most loving, playful, joyous pain the the backside I've ever known!
I love watching him run and play, but I've lost count of the times I've had to chase him across the park, shouting his name, my face red with a mix of exertion and embarrasment - and of course, he just ignores me.
I just can't understand why sometimes he's
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