She stops before she crosses the street.
We've taught Jazzy to stop when she gets to the end of the street. We simply say, "Stop," and she does. She turns her little head around and looks at us. When we've made sure the coast is clear, then we tell her "Free," which means she can cross the street. She's so smart that we don't even have to tell her to stop all the time. Sometimes she just stops on her own. That's my smart girl!
She knows how to make us take her for a walk.
Whenever Jazzy thinks she is due for a walk, she lays down on the rug in front of the door. She waits ever so patiently without barking or whining. When we happen to walk by the front door and see her waiting, she just looks up at us with those eyes. Those sweet eyes! And then we usually take her for a walk. She's so sly.
She knows how to relax.
Jazzy uses her smarts every day. One more example is her knack for relaxing. When either of us lay in the hammock in the backyard, Jazzy hops right up there with us. She loves to sway gently while the breeze runs through her little beard.
Jazzy sure is one smarty tail.