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A Typical Daily Schedule

At just thirteen weeks old I have already trained my family quite well.  Their world revolves around mine.  Want proof??  Take a look at my daily schedule.  (Mom even has alarms set on her cell phone to remind her of each time!!)
6:30 A.M. - I wake Mom up so she can take me to potty.  We walk, I do my "duty", and it's time for breakfast.

6:45 A.M. - Mom feeds me in the laundry room.  She's taught me to sit and wait until she says "ok" before I can eat.

8:00 A.M. - Taken out to potty again.

8:15 A.M. - PLAY TIME!!

10:00 A.M. - Nap time.

11:00 A.M. - Time to go potty again.

11:15 A.M. - Training/play time.

1:30 P.M. - I go outside to potty again and this time get to play with the two legged kids too. 

3:30 P.M. - S-U-P-P-E-R    T-I-M-E
My big sister, Dacey and me.

4:00 P.M. - Another potty break.

5:00 P.M. - A walk around town with the whole family (all six people and all six dogs).  Mom says this part of day is good for bonding.

6:00 P.M. - A well deserved nap!

7:30 P.M. - Go potty.

7:45 P.M. - Back inside to play.

10:00 P.M. - Outside to potty one last time.

10:15 P.M. - Go to crate and go to sleep.  Nite, nite, y'all. 

Comments

  1. Sounds like a busy schedule you have!

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  2. You're all so well trained! Our lives revolve around the puppy schedule too - she has us up at 5am for the first potty! Ughghghg :) Love that you all take a long walk together every night!

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  3. You need your own organizer to keep track of things - what a busy day you have for such a little guy

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  4. We are all tired just reading your busy schedule. We would love to go for a walk with all of you - that would make for a puppy parade.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  5. I would like to reserve a room for my 3 4-legged adults to stay at the Boondocks' Boot Camp. Do you have an opening for Memorial Day Weekend? That would be swell!!!

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  6. You've definitely trained them very well. They are very obedient too to keep up with their routine everyday. Good job, Boon! I wish my family were as well trained as yours. They tend to wake whenever they feel like it. And our bladders are bursting waiting for them to get up from bed! But we've been "trained" to hold our pee pee & doo doo till they bring us out.

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  7. I had a really strict schedule like that when I was your age. But mommy has been able to relax a bit now that I am older. After all, I will be 6-months tomorrow!

    Puppy kisses,
    Tanner

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  8. Thats a great sounding schedule!

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  9. WOW!!! How does she keep up with all of ya'll??? You rock!!!

    Love,
    Southern Jewel

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  10. Well done! You sure got them trained.

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  11. Hi Y'all,

    What a busy schedule your Human has! I still keep mine pretty busy too, 'cause I like to do stuff outside and then come in and nap in the cool.

    My Human makes me sit in my crate until my food is ready and she puts it down. I have to look at her until she gives me the go ahead. It must be a human thing, that sit and wait. They sit and say prayers before they eat but I don't know about prayers.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  12. Wow! What a busy schedule. Pups thrive on routine. Such a sweet sweet pup...and smart too! : )
    Just Ramblin'

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  13. What a busy schedule! You have your people very well trained! The walk with the whole family sounds great!

    Thor and Jack

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