|Lola isn't happy here, but she was quiet and recovered well from the stress.|
She barked once today--just once. A dog barked and lunged at her on it's leash, whilst we were attempting some BAT* - so although her reaction was not desireable, it was understandable (the dog suddenly became a Big Threat, and her nature as both Lola and a JRT led her to show the Threat that she was just as loud and scary as he was).
Also whilst we were in town, heading down a hill to avoid passing the builders in the high street again, a woman limped very noticeably up toward us. There aren't many people with severely affected gaits that we've seen in town, ever, and Lola was very perturbed - staring, ears back, hackles starting to rise. She interrupted herself and looked at me, and I jackpotted her and we ran forward and onto a street leading off of that one. Lola really wanted to investigate the Threatening Woman, and kept turning and pulling toward her and staring, so I put her in a down-stay for a few moments to cool off, and then she was fine. It's one really great thing about terriers that they recover easily from stressful events.
When we were sat on the wall at school release time, nothing really worked in our favour. There were two dogs (collie and german shepherd, I think) that were muzzled and barking and snarling at the end of the street, for about five minutes until one owner smacked the dogs' heads and they continued walking; the children that passed our yard kept running their hands over our fence and staring at Lola (some pointing and cooing); quite a lot of children ran past, in both sides of the street; and a pair of boys were even jumping in and out of yards. Lola didn't bark, growl, or have her hackles up--but she quite often had her ears back, the whites of her eyes showing, and was often startled into looking up. She kept returning happily to the kong though, and when the children had slowed in volume she relaxed enough to put her paws onto my hands and the kong. However, we were also facing the wrong way--towards the school gates, rather than with her back to them and her side facing the street--and she was quite anxious about that, frequently looking up even when licking at the kong, as the photo shows.
* I'll post a rundown of BAT, and specifically what we were doing, later today or tomorrow.