And sometimes I get creative.
If you're gonna flinch when I pick up your feed bowl, you're gonna have to WEAR the feed bowls.
I have sprayed a LOT of water on Leo. Gallons and gallons. He's getting marginally better about it, but we've got a long ways to go.
Charlie sometimes supervises these sessions.
Hand walks on the street are another excellent place to torture baby Haffies, although he's really more concerned about culverts than anything else. I've been playing with a lot of R+ (clicker) training, and that's been an incredibly useful tool when we encounter anything "scary".
Like manhole covers. Those were also concerning... until Leo learned he got a cookie if he stomped on them. He's now a manhole-cover-stomping machine.
The neighbor down the street is have an addition put on, so we stopped to explore the (not actually) terrifying porta-potty.
Also touching mailboxes resulted in cookies, and I foresee a time where I will have to pull him off of mailboxes.
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