Also nice is that he's never run into me or away from me and seems to look to me for assurance. When I make loud rope-swing noises (he hates it...) he is calmer if he can hide behind me. If he's tied to the rail (and being particularly nervous about life) and I walk away, he tries to follow me.
Huck's not lost his head over anything and we've thrown some pretty fantastic challenges his way. You saw some of the visual/physical stuff we've done in my last post. We've also done many audio challenges including live gunfire in the arena and yesterday we used a game-calling device to play all sorts of loud sounds from a vole to coyote pups and whitetail fawn to a "raccoon fight." The device even played a cow.
Huck was interested in everything and mostly stood quietly at stiff attention, but the cow made him start moving around to look for the cow!
|Why does Ledger sound like a cow?!?!?!|
His face and leg are pretty much just scars now. I hope with the spring shed he evens out. I'm somewhat confused about the way the hair is growing (or not growing) back in the shaved places.