Bazza’s owners were the winners of the mini session I donated to the Help the Hooler Family auction. They adopted him from Save Our Strays three months ago when he was three months old. Due to his rough start in life and the recent death of his buddy he’s very nervous of new people and was shaking when I arrived. Since it was only a one hour session I thought it was going to be a struggle, but it only took about ten minutes and a bunch of Happy Paws Training Treats to get him to trust me. Soon I had him working the camera like a pro!

The temperature was in the high 30s on Sunday. I was contemplating a dip in Bazza’s paddling pool myself!

Bazza will be starting obedience and agility soon. He’s such a little smartypants I reckon he’ll be a superstar at them both and any anxiety issues will be a thing of the past. He landed on his feet this one. Lucky boy.

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