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Old October 22nd, 2019, 09:39 AM #11
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Working on it now with my 4 month old aussie/border collie. She got to smell her first dead deer this weekend. Barked at it a lot. Deer dong btw is an amusing chew toy. Dog ate it up. Has tons of antler chew toys.
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Old October 24th, 2019, 11:33 PM #12
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Thanks everyone! He is still too hyper and puppy wiggles to start on yet. But his attention span will keep getting longer. My mom has been training him to lay down and today I saw him do it for her then he did it for me. I am just starting to let him come back in the shop and he responds to me going " uh uh!" when he starts poking at something he shouldn't. Being allowed back there is a hard one, as I have to teach him that he basically can't touch anything but his toys and any chew bones I give him! Under all that puppy wigglyness is a smart dog! I'll start with the sheds I already have and place them in the garden in places he likes to go poke around in. We are still working on the "give" command though, he's a stubborn one when he really wants something.
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