Anyhow, we walked down the road and she sniffed literally everywhere. It all smelled so good, all those new smells and other dogs that have been there before her. Oh how she loved to sniff and smell all those different scents.
I checked the doors of the Buergeramt, if no dogs are allowed in a building it usually has a sign that will let you know, since I couldn’t find anything I simply took her with me. Some people looked funny at me, but hey, nobody said anything and she behaved perfectly. I pulled a number and went into the waiting area, sat down and Indra immediately laid down. What a good girl she is.
I was surprised to find young people working there. Usually it’s older people but with this city hall it was young people all over the place. When my number was called we got up and walked to Desk No.9
I showed her the receipt and she went looking for my passport. I told Indra to sit and she listened.
After I got my passport we went back to the car and stopped at the meat market on the way back. I tied her up outside to ask for the price for beef heart. I wanted to get them some goodies. Unfortunately I have to order three to four days in advance. Indra didn’t like being tied up outside and she somehow got out of the harness right when I left the meat marked. She ran up to me like she wanted to say “MOM, MOM HOW DARE YOU TO LEAVE ME OUT THERE ALONE?!” or maybe she just smelled the meat and wanted to get some. Isn’t it mean to tie up a young dog outside the meat market and expect them to stay there while I go where you can find all these goodies? For her a meat market is like being in heaven. LOL
So we definitely have to work on that, but all in all she is a very well behaved young Lady that knows when to behave and when she can be a brat, which she’s a lot… lately… at home…