hand It’s like a kangaroo. a pleasant rush hour The scene of coming home from work has changed. It’s hard to train your hands. I’m still young to start training, but I’m trying. Of course I don’t give you a hand, but I’m good at jumping. Back foot training! I imagine a genius dog who can succeed in the back of his feet. You’re running with a kangaroo. a dog that collapses from fatigue the joy of success I’ve been trying to play it, but I’m looking forward to it. Training is appropriate for about five minutes a day, like play. Sometimes I get complimented for my success once in a while. It doesn’t matter if the hand training is successful. I like to spend time laughing with my dog after work. He’s probably stressed out from training. Taking a walk and sleeping. Have a happy day.