This is the first time I’ve tried to post a video and I don’t know how to give you a photo preview of the video instead of the link above — but it is a video. There are even puppy sounds. I took this video with my Palm Centro. It sure is easier to work than my Sony video camera. So bear with me and perhaps one of the pros (hint! hint!) will tell me how to make a preview shot to click on instead of a link.
Update from tech support:
I uploaded the video to my You Tube account so that anyone can play it.
Tomorrow morning, Chase and I will venture forth to take a Temperament Test. I’ve wanted to try this with him ever since Janet took Spencer through the test (and Spencer passed and earned his TT — Good Dog!). Most of the test exercises are everyday normal occurrences — events you might encounter if you were taking a walk through the park. A few are not what you’d expect. The American Temperament Test Society has a description of the Test exercises on its web site. I’ve been joking that the thing Chase might completely fail is the sudden opening of an umbrella. Our high desert dogs don’t know squat about umbrellas. However, the testing is not based only on the dog’s initial reaction, but also on how the dog recovers. The test is being held at the park that is about ten minutes from the house. There is a walk-through at 9:00 and all the males that are entered will be tested in the morning. The ladies drew afternoon. We seldom have a test in Albuquerque — we were planning to go to Colorado Springs to try it — so are grateful to the Central New Mexico Rottweiler Club which is sponsoring the event here.
I hope there will be someone there to whom I might hand the little Olympus. We need some photos of the Chase-man walking a 15 foot long strip of plastic — ewww!
I am past sixty-five and still practicing law. I have two terrific sons, they have lovely wives, and I have one truly special granddaughter. At home are three Cardigan Welsh Corgis that amuse and challenge me. We participate in lots of dog-related activities. I love my camera, writing, and roaming. I live in central New Mexico because it's where I want to be. Thanks for visiting my blog. Your (tasteful) comments are welcome.