I tried my best not to get frustrated and trying to stay as calm as I could. I kept correcting her not to pull but it was difficult because she was wound up like top. Blaze is so hard to control once she gets that high strung, so actually we did pretty good together under the circumstances. The worse part is she doesn't seem to calm down once she gets razzed up like that. So the walk really becomes a challenge. At one point two dogs were behind us and once she knew that I had to cut into the woods and get them out her sight path. Then I made the mistake of coming back out to the street, where the dogs had just walked, because I didn't want to walk in the drenched grass and she still went bananas sniffing their path. It was a no win situation and I was just glad to finally make it home.
There were no more walks after that. The rest would have to wait. One crazy walk with Blaze did me in for the day. Yep, I was all done. And sometimes that's just how it rolls here at the 24 Paws of Love. We pack up the leashes and save them for another day.
When Momma can't take no more, she means it!!