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Discussion in 'Dog Training and Behaviour' started by leashedForLife, May 11, 2010.
Final Exams Puppy Style » TheOtherEndOfTheLeash
The Puppy Chronicles: Chapter 2 » TheOtherEndOfTheLeash
one job the new-pup needs to grow-into is being a playmate for Will -
and that 9-WO M-pup that *trish loved for so many reasons, 1st RAN from him, and then humped him relentlessly... :nonod:
back to the breeder, this time with Will as consultant.
[she did not waste time waffling - his repeated sexual-assaults + return were only a bit over 24-hours after arrival. Wow... ]
What Training Can Do, and What It Cant » TheOtherEndOfTheLeash
Really interesting Terry - thanks for that.
It seems her reasons for getting a new puppy are similar to mine for wanting another dog - one that isn't difficult, and can be a canine partner for the other one that really doesn't like other dogs much. Obviously I am going to do as much work as I can with Merlin beforehand, but in the end, it's just not right that he doesn't have any positive contact with his own species.
awww... i thought U said he had a couple of guy-pals he liked to chase + wrestle with?
i think one old-dog died, but doesn;t he still have a playmate? (or do i have the wrong dog? :huh: )
Sadly no - he turned agin some of his childhood mates when puberty struck, and there is only ONE dog he really adores, a little off-black scruffy rescued Bichon cross named Ronnie... he once wee'd for Ronnie :001_wub: But I don't run into Ronnie's owner often, and Ron doesn't go off-lead... if he did I think Merlin would unintentionally marmalise him due to the size difference. Or not... Ronnie is one of those dogs with inner Zen.