Yoshi and Trek Training Diary - June 2007
By Ellen Clary
(reverse date order)
Feedback is welcome:
Sat Jun 30 - Sun Jul 1
I've have stuck a blow for intrahousehold peace (Cooper &
Yoshi)! This has been something of an involved process so
it will be tough to summarize.
Cooper stayed overnight on Sat and is still here (it's Sunday midday
and Ive been taking time to work on having them coexist. They're
both boys and generally like each other so we have to be able to work
When Mark brought Cooper over we met out on the front lawn. Cooper was
very carefully communicating that he wasn't a threat by sniffing the
ground and not looking at him. the dogs were tense but after
about 15 minutes they were willing to acknowledge each other and stand
next to each other. We then too them on a breif walk down the
block and that went well. Then I took them both on the same walk
and they were still fine.
They got to spend the evening in crates near each other as we had a
dance performance to go see. When we got back, we had them out in
shifts. We did have one incident where Yoshi charged Cooper while
Coop was in a crate. That yielded about the results you'd expect
of My Y. boucing of the crate wall and me lifing him up by the scruff
till he stopped struggling. I then put Yoshi on his G/L and had
him stand outside of Cooper's crate. Cooper was not thrilled
about this and was stress panting inside so I didn't do it for
long For the night, we divided the house and I and Cooper were in
the living room (him uncrated and me on the sofa, and Trek, Yoshi and
Terri in the bedroom. While Cooper isn't thrilled about being
around Yoshi, I can tell he's starting to trust me and that I won't let
Yoshi hurt him.
Sunday morning I decided to focus entirely on their coexisting after
morning rituals of going outside and breakfast. I have Yoshi on
leash on a G/L and took all three dogs outside (Cooper was hanging back
so getting out the door worked out nicely. Then we had me walking
Yoshi around Trek wandering and Cooper on the step. I moved
futher back into the smallish yard, and Cooper then came out into the
This went on for some minutes. Then Trek and Cooper started to
play, which was hard on Yoshi to be around but it seemed to help him
see it so we stayed out there though I kneeled down and held his collar
and put myself inbetween him and the other two. While it was
initally tough on him he actually did start to relax some which way
intrigued me as I didn't expect it.
When Trek and Cooper took a break I faked Trek into going into the
house (she was not pleased about this subtrefudge.) and then I had just
Cooper and Yoshi (still on leash). Cooper is having a blast
rolling around and getting dirty and his whole physical affect is
different. He's standing up, head in the air, mouth wide open
with a huge lolling tongue, and not stiff at all. Yoshi is still
a little stiff but I decide to walk him closer. What happens next
is hard to describe but essential, wish I had it on tape. Yoshi
is going towards Cooper but he's leaning back slighly and his head is
in the air. He still is stiff but there's something different
about it. He then does a sort chest ram, but bounces back a step
and pauses. IT'S PLAY! Hurray! When it's a fight
there is no backwards leaning, or back steps, and most inportantly: no
pauses. Cooper realizes it too and they play for a while all the
time dragging me around and he hasn't earned being off leash around Mr.
C. Though I did take the G/L off and had the leash on the
collar. I'm so releived. this is by no means over but we've
gotten further than I thought we would.
I think one this that made a difference in today was that after playing
with Trek, Cooper regained his confidence around Yoshi and had his more
usual body language. A huge trigger for Yoshi the bully is dogs
that broadcast "please don't hurt me" Some dog just don't
tolerate weakness at all even though they crave the assurance that they
rank higher than the other dog. Though he does accept it in Trek
but Trek is usually extremely confident around him. So we need to
work on Cooper's confidence just as much as Yoshi's reactiivty. I
appear to be a claming influence for both dogs though I can't be around
all the time so this will need more practice with others eventually.
I was originally planning on having them interact with Yoshi muzzled
and may do that in the future, but what I wan't right now is for him
not to react (and reinforce that neural pathway that I don't was
reinforced) and that requires my being attached to him preferably via a
gentle leader so I can control his head and break off his stares.
It's working better than I expected. I'll have to remember not to
push things too fast and build on success.
Ok I could help but pushing a little. Learned a lot. The
trigger is Trek. Doorways much less so.
Tried Yoshi muzzled/leashed and Cooper in the yard. Cooper wasn't
sure what to think of the muzzle and Yoshi was soliciting play by
bumping him with it. Too bad as it was surprisingly cute.
Later still took Yoshi and Cooper on a walk and that went great.
Seems like things are much better if they have something else to focus
on. Yoshi even had a barking fit over a dog and that didn't phase
Cooper at all and having Cooper along didn't interfer with my managing
Yoshi. Though Cooper was pulling on the leash so much that he
earned the other Gentle Leader. Then I had two dogs who would
randomly throw themselves on the grass which was pretty silly looking
but hey I could walk them.
When we got home when we walked in Yoshi saw Trek and immediately tried
to go for Cooper (this was at the doorway again but it's clear it's
Trek who is the catalyst. I dragged both C+Y into the yard for
some training. Sit beside each other and eat treats. Once
again this was fine till Trek showed up (we let her appear) and
everything was fine till Trek walked over to Cooper. Yoshi had a temper
tantrum and tried to charge and we did a fine immitation of a fish
thrashing on a line and I did yell at him too - which did seem to get
his attention some.
So exit Trek and I continue to work with C+Y and they go right back to
doing well. One interesting thing I found is that Yoshi seems to
be deferring to Cooper now which I find surprising. Cooper was
sitting on the table and I tell Yoshi table and he won't get up
there. He's fine with sitting beside Cooper but didn't want to
join him on the table.
Mark has picked Cooper up. The stay was very revealing and showed
me where the lines are at present.
- they can go a walks together fine
- watch out when Trek is present
- all crated near each other works well
- Cooper is relaxing and that helps
- Yoshi is slowly realizing that there are limits to his behavior
- keep Yoshi leashed around Cooper for now
- Yoshi has a short fuse but he recovers quicky too
- consider doing more playtime sessions with the muzzle
Fri Jun 29
Trek agility class. Trek has anothe suiter (like she cares
- but it's really funny watching). This one is a beautiful
whippet named Cash and who is intact. This is the second time
they've seen each other and he is completely smitten. When he
looks at her you can see him melt and hear music playing (along the
lines of "Why do birds suddenly appear ..."). He's almost black
and white so I've started calling him PePe Le Pew. Once in a
while I'll let him have a sniff of Trek's rear (she of course sits
down) which seems to sustain him for a while.
With respect to agility Trek did well and is going faster. She
still is not very thrilled about Sharon's tunnel but will go
through. Went blazing by a lowered A-Frame, but it's because she
had to poop so after we took care of that she was fine on it though
initially I had her on leash for it. Still not entirely clear
that you're always supposed to go through the tire and not between the
tire and the frame but when I toss a treat through she gets it'
Took her over the teeter once (on leash, me guiding it down) and
muddled through some weavepoles. I'll have to put the weave poles
back out at home to practice.
Wed Jun 27
Yoshi did well in rally class today. He was attentive a
responded well to the course that was laid out (first time with the
signs this week.) He lags a bit on the 360's, but other than that
did great. Behaviorally he did beter than the Chessie and the
Dobie who were snarfing at each other. The Chessie in particular
can be a real semi silent instigator as s/he stares at other dogs until
they react. Yoshi was not reaction free but he would respond to
other growls and barks and his response was not completely out of
proportion as it has been in the past.
One exercise was just to get them use to the cones by walking them past
them. The other dogs were walking by them as well in both
directions so this turned into a very useful exercise in walking past
other dogs without reacting.
Again 5 dogs today - no sign of the BC. The next class was small
Zanna and Oliver, and Sharma and 2 of her poodles. Yoshi glowered
a bit at Oliver, but later was very nice to him. His sits and
downs were great.
Hazel introduced both left and right hand finishes. Yoshi's left
hand finish is looking pretty good and he has a good start on the right
hand around the back one though I'm still just luring him for that one
Tue Jun 26
Ok this only periferally has to do with dogs but it still amuses
me. I've been learning how to play the play money, online version
of Texas Hold 'em poker and I've been doing it under Yoshi's
name. In this version, you get to pick an "avatar" to represent
you and natually I picked a chicken. It turns out that this works
remarkably well. Nobody takes a chicken seriously (at least at
first) so you can really take advantage of it. I of course do
better when one of the dogs is in my lap (Trek was my blackjack
dog till I got frustrated with it - and that's after learning all the
strategy). We're up to nearly $20,000 (you start with
$1000). Too bad it's not real money as that would pay for a lot
of agility. Sort of adds to the "On the internet nobody knows
you're a dog." saying. "On the internet nobody knows you're a
person using your male dog's name with a chicken as avatar"(?)
Yoshi has rally class tomorrow
Mon Jun 25
Had today off for a lengthy Dr. appt in SF.
Worked more on their nails trying to get them more under control
lengthwise. Took Yoshi to Lincoln Park to work on sitting/staying
and tolerating other dogs walking by. Not that great at it, but
certainly controlable, and when he has his outburst he seems to be
ok. Odd duck. It's tricky as if I'm beyond his threshold it
doesn't seem to be having any effect as he really doesn't register the
dog unless we're closer. Then he really registers big time.
Trek also got a walk and met several neighbors.
Did doggy nails.
Mr. Y drew the line with Trek the theif over a kong. We broke it
up but I think it's clear he wasn't going to hurt her. We crated
both dogs but I let him keep the kong. Ms. Chutzpah steals
everything from him and I'm only seen him take offense twice now.
Once over a bully stick and now with a kong. So it appears that
she can steal any toy she likes from him (and does unabashedly - just
walks up and takes it right out of his mouth) but chewies and treat
bearing kongs are higher value. Ironically this kong was empty
but not long before it had held a treat.
Oh and what did Ms. Inflated Sense of Entitlement Trek do when Yoshi
was charging and snarling? Ran
away of course, but as soon as Terri got a hold of Yoshi, she tried to
end run around them to get the kong - I caught her and crated
her. The little instigator - next time I'll just let him go (ok,
not really but it's tempting to let him make his point).
Something training wise occurred but I can't seem to remember
what it was.
Fri Jun 22
No class for Trek today as it's my birthday and I'm going out
with friends to Buca di Beppo.
Thu Jun 21
Trek's stool is much better now that I stopped giving her the
chicken bits. Iron gut Yoshi will be thrilled as that means more
I'll need to mail order some Red Barn as Trek seems ok with that.
Wed Jun 20
Yoshi Rally class. We were late as I was working
late. 5 dogs this time (no BC). Yoshi did quite well.
Barked a little when the Doberman took exception to the Chessie being
too close, but we were fortunately relatively far away from them.
He concentrated well even with the other dogs working nearby. On
the sits and downs he was generally fine though was growly when Oliver
the Cavalier walked in for the next class and he really didn't care for
Archie, Barbara's Irish Terrier who also came in. During the sits
and downs I kept him on a 5' leash and GL and kept a watch out for
those entering. when I saw Zanna and Oliver approaching I knelts
down beside Yoshi and held the leash close to the GL but didn't put any
pressure on it. When he started to growl I pressed down on his
back just to give him a clue that he should chill out. He never
tried to break. I was right there with him so he may not have felt the
overriding need to.
You know if he ever gets a handle on this self control issue he's going
to be a very well trained dog. People often think he's so well
trained and he is out of necessity. Then he turns into Kujo for a
moment. Such a Mr. Hyde.
Trek has some diarrhea that comes and goes. Unfortunately I
realized that it seems to be timed with my giving her the dried
chicken. i remember now that a couple of months back if I gave
her just chicken she would get the runs. It had to be chicken and
some binder like potato.
Tue Jun 19
Worked with Trek a bit on the teeter with some dried chicken
that I got from Western Farm. Oh now the teeter is no problem at
all! I just have to learn to pay properly and then I will get
Mon Jun 18
Racheted up the teeter by one hole and Trek seems to be doing
well on it. a little hesitant but not too bad.
Sun Jun 17
Herding day for Yoshi. He's such a maniac out there, but
in the round pen I was able to get him to stop and sit which I find
encouraging. We then put him in the larger pen and he was
possessed and chasing sheep all over the place. When I finally
caught up to him enough to grab the line we started working on stop
then walk then stop then walk. After two cycles of this he took
off at a dead run and I stepped on the line which twisted him round and
he yipped and started limping. When I checked he had again torn a
pad. Drat, game over this week. Joyce told him that he was
just too fast, silly boy. Someone else called him "spirited" yeah
that's one word for it. :)
Joyce gave me directions to Western Farm Supply in Santa Rosa and I
went there to get some "Paw Guard" which softens conditions, but still
toughens pads. They also had another product like it (I forget
the name) so I picked up both to try since he has 4 paws anyway - I'll
just two paws on one product and the other two on the other..
Next time (2 weeks from now) we're just going in with me holding the
line and practice walk/stop/walk/stop.
Joyce also sold me a cheap plastic herding mouth whistle and showed me
the basics of using it.
Now herding whistles have quite the reputation for being hard to play
but if you've ever played a wind instrument (I have though only a
little) or can whistle, you probably can figure out that the most
important thing is that your tongue has to be lifted up towards the
roof of your mouth to narrow where the air passes through (just like in
a normal way you would whistle.) The second thing is that the air
you're blowing has to then go through the two small holes in the
whistle so you can't be blocking those holes. I had a sort of
sound coming out of it in about 5 minutes and Joyce said that she hated
me as it took her 2 weeks. By the end of the day (practicing in
the truck without the dog around) I pretty much had a reliable high
sound though a reliable lower pitch continues to elude me.
Sat Jun 16
Trek eye appt.
Her left eye tear production tested at a 4 which is still quite
dry. Better than 2 but no where near the 15+ it should be.
I had brought in all of her medication and we talked about the
Cyclosporine again since the Tacrolimus doesn't seem to be really
helping. Dr. Friedman put some in her eye to see her reaction and
it was much better than before. It appears that the Tacrolimus
has gotten her used to oil based drops, so we're going to give it a
try. I was going to have them dilute it (with corn oil) but if
Trek can tolerate it it will work better at full strength (2%).
So the new regime is (fortunately much simplified)
Artificial tears, I-drops, and Genteel as often as possible
Discontinue Tacrolimus, Pilocarpine, and the Optimmune (which is just
Took Trek and Cooper to the dog park. Mark and Jan have been
super busy these days so I arranged to wisk Cooper off to the small dog
park with Trek and much fun was had by both. Trek is getting
braver though if I can't see her I need to remember to look down at my
feet as that's where she usually is when not romping.
After the park I took Cooper over to our place to have him and Yoshi
spend quality time in the same room. (Post Yosh going back on
Prozac.) When I got home Terri had left for errands so I had to
contemplate how to do this as smoothly as possible. I left Trek
and Cooper in the truck and went and got Yoshi and put him in the
living room crate that he likes so much. Then I went and got Trek
and Cooper and brought them in (with Cooper saying that he really
didn't have time to come in and will just be right over here in Contra
Costa county (the next one over). Nice try Coop get in
here. When we walked into the living room, Yoshi didn't make a
sound and he was rigid stiff and staring in the crate. Cooper was
very carefully not looking at him. Trek waltzed right into the
other crate and laid down to crash which was perfect as she's the
After a few minutes, I started to alternatively feed both Cooper and
Yoshi and that made a huge difference and they both started to
noticibly relax. After I ran out of the first set of treats I
decided that it was a fine time to put something brain dead on the TV
so we can all just chill out for a bit. First this on the screen
was golf. Perfect! People talking in quieter tones and
something I can tolerate for short periods. By about 20 minutes
I'd had enough and got up and Cooper and I went to get some more treats
(EVO kibble). I again alternated feeding them and all dogs were
relaxed. I did not take Yoshi out of his crate as I wanted this
to be a purely positive experence and I was still by myself and I
wanted dog holding help for that. I think we're really getting
Did get Yoshi to Briones Regional
Park and it went much better than I thought it would. First of
all the sightlines are mostly great except in the woods areas. I
had him on his Gentle Leader with a longer leash and it worked great as
he was mostly by my side which make walking him on a leash so much
Encountered 3 dogs (2 were together) and he of course objected to both,
but was easily managable. This I expected. Ehat I didn't expect
was that we went much further than I was planning on (3 miles) and
Yoshi did fine (he's really tired now), and we at one time had to go
through a cow pen at mile 2 with many cows scattered about and it
didn't phase Yoshi a bit (either that or it completely intimidated him
into shutting up. Cue: The Far Side dog thinking that he should
lay of his usual barking frenzy in the face of a slavering alien.)
I think we should make a habit of walking in places with good sight
Fri Jun 15
Trek agility class. This time I was able to get there on
time (I took Trek to work which made all the difference), so this was
her first full class and she did very well. She did get tired but
she never wanted to stop and she's not as intimidated by the
dogs. She's in the beginning class for this 6 week session and
then we'll reevaluate where she should be.
She's fine with jumping at 12" as I tried that a few times. I
think what I'm going to do is keep her mostly at 8" to work on doing
things at speed then add the 12" jumps so that USDAA is not completely
unfamiliar to her and so she can learn proper form as over 8" she
doesn't have to be nearly as careful as at 12".
She's starting to get the idea of a start line stay (sort of) - though
I don't emphasize it too much yet.
She's a little hesitant on a full height dog walk, but when we lower it
she blasts over it so I don't think her hesitation will be long.
She has her moments of not wanting to go in a tunnel until I toss a
treat in and then suddenly it's completely fine. I did guide her
over the teeter, but I'm not pushing it.
If there is a row of jumps she wants to go over one and then cut over
to me. I have to crowd her to keep her "out" and away from
me. Will work on "out" in a bit.
Maybe Briones Regional Park would be a good place to walk Yoshi since
it's so open.
Wed Jun 13
Yoshi (and Mr. Giles) started a Rally class with Hazel
today. There are 6 dogs total in the class. Yoshi and Giles
are the ones from the competitve obedience drop in class, the other 4
are from the lesser experienced "Off leash control": class.
Hazel has structured the class as first working on the most common
essential skills of the rally exercises and we'll be working on that
for the first couple of sessions before introducing any of the
signs/stations. So today was the start heeling with attention,
and the stop and sit with variations and suggestions on how to work on
it. She also had us do some footwork exercises without the
dog. Things like an about turn is not a U turn and the like.
Behaviorally Yoshi and my management of him continue to improve.
He was not without attempts at outbursts, but I've discovered that if I
pull up steadily on the Gentle Leader (not jerking, but eventually his
front feet leave the ground if he struggles) I essentially have an
exasperated, muttering, somewhat flailing fish on the line. He's
not choking like he would be if he were on a pinch collar (I really
don't see the point of those at all anymore), yet he's not able to bark
since the G/L has tightened. When he relaxes, I loosen up on the
G/L. The feedback is immediate and seems more effective than a
scruff shake or other correction.. I do tell him to leave it and
if I know a sitimulus is going to happen at what I consider to be a
distance that I think he can learn to handle I put him in a sit and
tell him to stay and stand in front of him (while still keeping an eye
on the stimulus). If he locks on with his eyes I tell him to
leave it and stay. If he still stares I pull lightly on the G/L
to redirect him to me. This works once by as soon as the dog
takes another step he's usually back to staring and now wants to
lunge. I put pressure on the lead and repeat leave it and
stay. Sometimes this works. Other times he falls apart and
I have a fish on the line.. What's great is that since I
know how many dogs are in the class I can stay outside with him working
on this and then we're the last to go in.
We also did sits and downs with the drop in class (our class is right
before theirs). Yoshi did well though I had him segregated away
and tethered him and put his calming cap on. Also during the
breaks I put him in the communial crate that they have there which
worked great. i should probably bring his but with only 6 dogs
getting access to it should be pretty easy.
So all in all he did pretty well especially considering that a couple
of the dogs are pretty squirmy. Though thankfully one of
the other dogs is a Border Collie that Yoshi instantly liked.
Sat Jun 9
Yoshi had a follow up eye appt today and there's been no change
in his eyes so it most likely is that it's something he was born with
and it won't change. (Retinal Dysplaysia usually stabalizes where
the dog is 1 or 2. They're going to have another look in 8 months
and if there's been no change then he won't have to go back
again. Dr Smith tells me to remind them to dialate his eyes as
that makes the exam go smoother (they did this time).
Trek's eye appt is next week also on Saturday.
I've signed Yoshi up for a Rally class that's being held right before
the drop in novice class. I need to remember to send in a $125
I just talked to Joyce Shephard and the ranch won't be open tomorrow as
they need to do major maintenance on one of the buildings. Next
week is fine though and Joyce says we can put some mellow sheep in the
PT arena to let Yoshi work there (after I let him burn off steam in the
Fri Jun 8
Trek Agility Class. Doggy's first agility class!
She was intimidated by all the dogs at first but she was able to
concentrate enough to do some short courses.
She's fine with tunnels though sometimes goes in them and back out the
way she went in. I'm not concerned as she's just experimenting
with what works. Was a little hesitant on the dogwalk but clearly
will be fine and quite willing to go along and eat up whatever treats I
put on there for her. Some issues understanding that the tire
there is the same as the one at home and you should just through the
ring not between the ring and the support rope. Her jumping is
great. All in all a very good beginning.
Rachelle was very sweet to comment that you can totally tell when
someone has already trained an agility dog.
Now the issue is to figure out whether she should be in the beginning
class or the intermediate one. She's probably closer to the
intermediate one skillwise, but that class is more crowded. I'll
have to write her and ask her which one.
Thu Jun 7
From a performance corgi's post I made:
Subject: spontaneous losing of teeter noise fear
(Now that's a convoluted subject line).
I'm about to write this up in the dogs' training diary and it made me
think that I bet others have similar stories...
I taught Trek on a wooden teeter and the one where she's going to be
taking classes, has a metal base that clangs some. So I borrowed
adjustable height metal teeter and suddenly the normally very resilient
Trek is cringing at the clanging to the point of wanting to run and
(took me a while to figure out that it was the clanging that was
bothering her). Once I finally realized that it was the clanging
the teeter apart (as the last thing I want is teeter phobia) and took a
pipe of it and did a lot of clang, click, treat which she was not
thrilled with at all, but sometimes would hang around long enough to
a yummy treat.
We did this some for about 3 days and then I took off on a 4 day Mt
Shasta trip and Trek stayed with friends. Now I'm back and I had
moments to work with her on the teeter yesterday and she seemed not to
be phased at all by clanging sounds, so I got brave and put the teeter
back together (some parts duct taped to mute it) and set it on the
Trek hopped right on the teeter with the attitude of: Let's get to it -
you've got the goods and I want 'em. I held the teeter board the
few times to make sure it was quiet, and then started letting it make a
little noise. I was prepared to stop there but she jumped up on
herself and ran to the contact just like she'd been doing it all
Marveling, I gave her a jackpot.
Anyone else's dog go through a spontaneous recovery? Trek was not
around a teeter at all while I was gone.
and Yoshi and Trek
Posted with permission. A well thought out reply from Alisa:
I have found this almost to be the norm rather than an exception,
especially with Edgar who has more fear issues. I would invest
this time in overcoming an anxiety to almost no apparent avail
then, one day, the cure was complete. No intervening steps, just
utter anxiety to hey no problem. The other thing I have found is
once the cure/learning comes, it's permanent.
I suspect the fact that dogs don't tell themselves stories has
something to do with this. When I was afraid of flying, I would
on the plane telling myself stories about how these things can
from the sky. Then, I did some biofeedback work to get over the
phobia and my story changed. I told myself how stable these
were and what turbulence consisted of. I did my breathing.
What I was doing while phobic was reinforcing the fight/flight
chemistry of my brain. The fight/flight system was activated, I
fear, I explained the fear and reinforced it by telling myself
stories, which helped produce more scare-inducing brain chemicals.
telling myself calming stories and doing my breathing, I
the parasympathetic system that calms and turns off the
system. Because I can still tell myself a scary story from time
time, I have to work the system to keep from getting scared
Dogs don't tell themselves stories, so they don't backslide.
With dogs, scary noise turns on fight/flight chemistry. Dog feels
fear, gets avoidant. We do counter-conditioning which isn't
at first because fear chemistry is still flooding system.
the fear-producing nerual pathways established in response to
unfamiliar stimulus are overwhelmed by tasty food. Fear is simply
gone. The dog doesn't tell itself stories, so it doesn't remind
itself how this was once a scary teeter, but now, it's a food-
dispensing device and my bestest ever friend. It's just on or off.
& Edgar (CWC)
& Poppy (CWC)
& Al (CWC)
Wed Jun 6
Back from Shasta.
Yoshi did fantastic at Treva's house where he was with someone nearly
24/7. Trek who was at Mark and Jan's and had Cooper around didn't
fair so well and was basically "inconsolable" for the first day and a
half. This is the first time we've been apart for a significant
period of time and while she is fine being left for the day while we go
to work, she did not like having her enviroment changed even though her
crate was there and she had people and another dog to look after.
She was missing HER pack, HER house, and HER yard.
I'll have to think about how to make this easier on her. One
solution is to take her over there more often. The last time she
was over there she was fine but Yoshi was there too. Now that
Yoshi is considering Cooper competition for Trek he is now no longer
reliable around Coop.
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