The other day, I was able to enjoy a rare, quiet moment.
I had escaped to my front porch where I sat in peace watching the rain fall softly on my thirsty lawn.
It was a beautiful moment.
Then, my phone rang. It was my son’s school.
The moment was gone.
I am the proud mother of several mischievous boys.
Don’t get me wrong. My boys are adorable.
They have big eyes that always seem to twinkle and huge grins that just melt your heart.
But behind those darling features is trouble with a capital T.
Once again, one of my sons had found his way into mischief, and the school was calling to let me know.
And once again, I heard myself saying, “It’s a good thing he’s cute!”
I smile as I’m reminded of all the times I’ve heard my clients say the very same thing about their dogs.
I love to listen to them tell about the mischief their dogs have gotten into.
How often I’ve heard them end their stories with, “It’s a good thing he’s cute!”
Then I think of all the times I’ve seen those very same clients watch in astonishment at the transformation in their dog as they go through training.
Most can’t believe what they and their dogs are capable of.
It’s a joy to watch and a privilege to be a part of.
So, how about you?
Do you hear yourself saying things like, “It’s a good thing he’s cute,” as you find your dog in trouble, again?
Is it possible that the results of training could surprise you too?
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