Patience Defined


One of Sid’s favorite snacks, second only to baby carrots, are blueberries. You may already have seen him catch them mid-air. Today Sid is demonstrating his ability to “leave it”. “It” being some tasty plump blueberries. This skill is very challenging for a pug since, in their mind, the main reason for living is to “eat all of the foods”.

Not only does it require discipline and willpower, this skill also demands an ability to…


“Yeah, yeah, yeah, Dad. Enough yappin’. Are we gonna eat the blueberries or what?!”

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6 Responses to “Patience Defined”

  1. avatar stella rose Says:

    We are so impressed, we do not even comprehend leave it, never, ever …ever…mom tries but she is not a good teacher, maybe Sid you should come and work wif us. Mom is just happy when we can eat some good treats wifout me starting a big ole fight.
    stella rose

  2. avatar Princess Leah Says:

    Nope, leave is a concept completely alien to this spaniel where foodables are concerned!
    I am VERY impressed Sid!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  3. avatar Idaho PugRanch Says:

    Bravo Sid! We have just recently discovered the deliciousness of blueberries.
    Mom has been putting them on her oatmeal in the morning and she has been sharing with us !!!! mmmmmmm yummy!
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  4. avatar tweedles Says:

    Hi Sid! Good job!! You really do have self control! I hope you got to eat them very soon!

  5. avatar Meredith & Scarlet Says:

    Wow! Handsome & patient! We are impressed, sir.

    M & S

  6. avatar Payton's mom Says:

    You deserve those blueberries AND baby carrots for that patience!

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