We got just a little lost and ended up on 42nd Street. It has been years since I've been in New York City, so it was fun to drive through anyways. Moray slept the whole way, but (spoiler alert!) he *may* be back to work the city in the fall!
I would be lying if I said I didn't tell Moray more than once that he "better be on his best behavior!" Puppies will be puppies, and sixteen hours in the car over the last 48 hours didn't help him out much either! But to his credit, he did very well and I was proud at how hard he tried...even if puppy brain took over a little!
|With the infamous Woodstock!|
|Kennels! Don't remember the names of these sweeties.|
|Anyone know Nation or Maddie's raisers? Sweet girls!|
|Some Advanced Training Dogs playing|
|Am I the only one who finds CCI's walls so amazingly inspiring?! Haha!|
|Lecture time in the cafeteria.|
|Levine! 4 months old and the only pup out there smaller than Moray my peanut!|
We went out to dinner nearby, and Moray was excellent. About 15 minutes into our meal, a group of puppy raisers, graduates, and supporters of CCI came in and sat a few tables away along with at least six other CCI puppies and dogs. This was the first time Moray has ever seen other dogs in public (besides puppy class), and he did amazing. He perked his head up as they all walked in and got settled, but never tried to get up or bring attention to himself. He soon rested his head again, completely ignoring them, and went to sleep. He was one tired pup and slept soundly in yes, our third different place in three days!