Lesson 1: When you get to Grandpaws' first (before cousins) stay close to Grandpaw while he's eating nuts, and help with the eating part!
Lesson 2: When leaping for the toy in the backyard, try to glean some advantage over the stronger jumper by obscuring her vision somewhat. He He.
Lesson 3: When playing tug-a-something ensure that the something is authorised by the humans to be used as the tug-a-something! In this case we selected an old rag - not something good out of Grandpaws' washing basket.
Lesson 4: Try to gain the middle position in any tug-a-war, it's the best place to be.
Lesson 5: When flowers are being chomped off bushes, have your answer (with sweet face attached) ready - "Scarlet did it!"
Lesson 6: In the beginning of a run chasey game, try and get a head start.
Lesson 7: If you "win" the toy, hang onto it hard.
Lesson 8: Try and exhaust your opponent where possible and not look tooo smug about it.
Lesson 9: At the dinner table, try and get your face close to the action of the dinner plates.
Lesson 10: Always have one cute pose up your paw for when you are resting on the grass next to mum. Seems to make her happy!