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Are you used to having two dogs? If not, then it's a BIG change from having one. I would also say that if you're getting two at the same time and two that have been together for a long time then they probably are very bonded with each other. It may be difficult for you to bond closely with them. Since we've gotten Rue, things have changed a lot. Miles is still very close to me, but I find he sometimes doesn't always "hear" me. When I notice him being kind of...
Awesome!! I would ask your vet for titers for sure. In the odd event that it comes back low, then I'd talk to your vet about getting an exemption.
I'm so sorry.
Sorry to keep this thing going, but I feel the need to brag again. Miles and I got another title this weekend! He now has more titles after his name than I do I'm hoping that we're on a good roll and I can start to put a lot of our issues behind us as we move forward. I'm just amazed at the transformation Miles has had over the past 6 months. I can only thank my amazing trainer and my forever trusting doggy partner for allowing this to happen We have a 3 day...
Oh dear, I just saw this post. I'm so sorry for what happened! I agree that it was just a weird situation and sequence of events. I don't think Thorn was acting out aggressively, just over threshold with the excitement of the other dogs and this guy's child. He's a puppy still and an exuberant one at that. I'm glad that you've started noticing a difference already with just a few days of more training! Keep it up and I'm sure things will be just fine. It's too...
Also maybe one on dog training books/websites/dvd's?
We just added a second dog to our family after much debate and deliberation. Both DH and I had only ever had one dog. So far it's been fabulous! We have an almost 3yr old Golden and our new Golden is just about 4mo old. They get along great and I think Miles really has benefitted from having another dog pal around. I must say that I'm really glad that we waited until he was this age, however, because he is now much more fully trained and reliable. My bond with him is...
I'm not Joanna, but I don't like them either and I believe it's for the same reasons. The head halters can really do a lot of damage to the dog's neck especially if they were to run out to the end of the leash and get their head suddenly yanked to the side. Also, unless the dog is incredibly large or the person walking the dog is incredibly small, the force on the gentle leader and the dog's muzzle is to the side instead of straight down which is what it's supposed to be...
He's going to be a big boy! My 16wk old Golden is 22.4 lbs! Maybe a shephard mix?
Thank you! No videos from the weekend unfortunately. Here are some pics though: http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n...r/IMG_1268.jpg http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n...r/IMG_1270.jpg http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n...r/IMG_0902.jpg
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