or my nose near a boiling pot.
"NO!" I can't hunt little dogs.
"NO!" I can't drive the car.I can't even be a backseat driver? But WHY?
Fortunately, I have also learnt how to say "Please."There are many ways to do this.
Unless you're a cute little fluffball, The Cling and The Belly might be too silly to try in public.
My personal favourite...Sad Yet Hopeful Eyes used in conjunction with Tucked Up Toes.I have a 98% chance of success with this pose.
In short, one of the most important things I have learnt in my first year with my humans is that it is always possible to turn a "No!" into a "Yes." if you say "Please." Especially with my out-at-work human.
Manners are important, don't you agree?
How is Rufus B Thumper?
Back to square one. 5 little feeds of no-fat food. Stopping supplements again. Lame again.
The urine tests were inconclusive. On to blood tests today.