|Our first glimpse on the internet...we hadn't seen him in person yet.|
Yes, I joke a bit and say that Lord Malcolm is see a psychiatrist. I know people are imagining that he is laying on the couch with a box of tissue talking about how his mother never breast-fed him (that's true, she couldn't) and how he was the runt of the litter and no one gave him a chance; that he had to fight and scrap for every thing he ever got.......
While the Therapist, with her glasses on and notepad in lap, is asking questions and taking notes. It's the "Fraser" moment of the dog world. But seriously, I need help in finding out what I've done wrong with Malcolm. Here I was thinking he was the most stubborn, bull headed, very strong and crazy dog (and he is), but he is also very sensitive (which I never understood) and I didn't handle his bull headedness the correct way for a sensitive guy.
He'll be 3 soon. He had one really good year, when I did most things right and one really bad year when I did some things wrong. I'm hoping in his 3rd year, we find that happy medium where we can both grow in our relationship and be happy as what we are. And I will work hard to maintain the balance for the rest of his life. (or mine) :0)