We then had to do lots of behaviours - like sit, lie down and stand. I was pretty good, especially at sit! The only thing I couldn't quite get was lying down. I tried really hard, and did get quite a few treats (which was my favourite part of the night - I even got some from Helen!) but I couldn't quite perfect it. I sat down and told Joanna I couldn't do it. She simply answered "Yet."
I was confused, so she explained. Sometimes children come to her and say they can't do something. She answers - Yet. She says it is OK to know that you can't do something and it is OK to say that, but it should never be the end. By saying "Yet" it means it isn't the end - just the beginning! You can then start learning. My training journey is just starting, so believing "I can't do it yet" means believing one day I will be able to do it - I just need to practice, which means Joanna has to work with me - and means more treats for me - YEAH!!!!!