• 3rd of 6 yesterday; 1st of 2 today. Not a bad weekend for his first time out there!


  • Well done Keoki. ๐Ÿ†’
    I love the last picture, he is stacking like a pro.


  • I love those pics! Keoki is a nice boy. I'm glad that you decided to show him.


  • What a beauty!


  • Very handsome. I love his face.


  • WOO HOO GO KEOKI!!! We've got nothing but winners on this forum ๐Ÿ˜ƒ ๐Ÿ˜ƒ


  • Very handsome indeed, well done by all.๐Ÿ†’


  • He is a very nice boy-love the colour, stack. Way to go!!


  • Congrats! He's so cute! I love the expression on his face in the first photo. He's really beautiful!


  • To me that expression in the first pic looks like he is saying, "What's up everyone this is a piece of Cake! I love these pictures, and I can't believe how he has grown, seems like just yesterday you were posting pictures of your new puppy. He is very handsome, and I love the stacking. How do you teach them to do that!!!!! I would love to teach Sahara that only b/c I love the look, not to show her, I just think it looks so cool.


  • @youngandtired:

    To me that expression in the first pic looks like he is saying, "What's up everyone this is a piece of Cake! I love these pictures, and I can't believe how he has grown, seems like just yesterday you were posting pictures of your new puppy. He is very handsome, and I love the stacking. How do you teach them to do that!!!!! I would love to teach Sahara that only b/c I love the look, not to show her, I just think it looks so cool.

    Thanks, and yes โ€“ it does seem like just yesterday dh had that weak moment and let me bring another B home. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Stacking w/mine has been pretty easy. I do it just like I teach them to sit, etc. I hold a treat and tell them to "stand", and put my hand under the belly to keep them from sitting, tell them "good stand" and give the treat.
    Once they "get" that, I tell them to "hold" and keep them at a stand for a few seconds -- if they move their legs, I move the legs back and say "hold" again. Once they "get" that, I tell them "hold" and move their legs back a bit into position, telling them "hold".
    Really, only takes about twenty minutes total to get them to understand "hold".

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