Today I would like to share with you the key component in achieving a successful grass roll. It's actually very simple: maximum grass distribution.
It sounds easy, but takes a lot of practice to achieve. Many a pup will rush through the process and not get an even coat of grass throughout their whole body. This of course, will lead to patches of fur that are not coated with a good amount of grassy smells, premature grass shedding, and most importantly, will not provide you with enough grass blades to bring into the house.
In order to avoid this terrible scenario you must make sure to roll back and forth giving all sides a good amount of grass time, try different angles and body contortions to get those hard to reach spots, and most importantly, take your time. There is no rush, no matter what your mom says, or how hard she pulls on the leash. If you need to roll around down there for a good five minutes, than that's just what needs to be done.
Also, remember, good grass rolling is an art form and can only be perfected after a lot of practice and a lot of dedication. Don't be discouraged just because at a mere 1 year of age I am a master grass roller. My kind of genius is rare and you shouldn't feel pressured to reach my dizzying heights of awesomeness. Give yourself time and soon enough you'll be grass rolling with the best of us.
As an added bonus for being blog friends I am posting up a series of educational images that you can study at your own pace and in the privacy of your own grassy spot. Also,don't forget to have fun out there!