Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Central California
I've used tractors, ridden a bike around her, umbrellas, tarps (walk on and blowing in wind), american flag, plastic bags, sleigh bells, harness, paper plates, excersize balls, water, and I even called our fire cheif out a couple times to sound of his ambulance siren and horn. Lol
I picked up a big, old tire yesterday so I can start leading her while someone pulls the tire in front of her and then behind her as an introduction to driving. I also want to set up a tent on a windy day, since I plan on taking her camping. I try to think of everything she could possibly encounter on a trail.
Tenacity doesn't flinch at much, but she doesn't like the noise of tarps near her in the wind and the noise of weed whackers. Funny, cause you can't get her leave a running tractor or dirtbike alone. And she fell asleep at the siren. Lol
Emmy2, I like your reply! "Proper way to react". I don't believe I'll ever forget that.
"All I pay my psychiatrist is the cost of feed and hay, and she'll listen to me allll day."