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    One more thing - still watching Cesar Millan's training program - it helps me to stand straight :-)
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    I've been really quiet in the last months - just been really busy - A quick update from our part

    Cindy is now 13 months old - and Zeus 7 months old - doing very well with our family and others - kids from our street see them and play with them (under my supervision)

    here is a photo of them took last week



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    Awww.They are just lovely!
    What a cute smile on the little boy, sitting very nicely also.

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    Wow, they're gorgeous and look very happy and healthy.

    I'm glad you got so much knowledge from everyone hear

    Just promise that if you have any behaviour problems (which I'm hoping you won't), that you will speak to us and/or call in a trainer, not watch Cesar Millan to learn how to fix the problem. While some of his techniques are good, some are bad and should be taken with a grain of salt.

    I'm so happy that you have such a happy and healthy furry family

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubbsecurity View Post
    Awww.They are just lovely!
    What a cute smile on the little boy, sitting very nicely also.
    Thanks - yes they get as much as they need - from Exercise and Feeding.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Pawfectionist View Post
    Wow, they're gorgeous and look very happy and healthy.

    I'm glad you got so much knowledge from everyone hear

    Just promise that if you have any behaviour problems (which I'm hoping you won't), that you will speak to us and/or call in a trainer, not watch Cesar Millan to learn how to fix the problem. While some of his techniques are good, some are bad and should be taken with a grain of salt.

    I'm so happy that you have such a happy and healthy furry family
    Promise will consult here if there are any behavioral issue with the 2 - I only apply some techniques from Ceasar Millan's training nothing too major, so far so good.
    Yes they get proper exercise and feeding. Soon or I will say this weekend I will start taking them to the beach - I just need to buy a crate for the back of our new 4x4 :-)
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    Awesome!! Keep up the great work

    I don't want to sound silly or anything, but I feel like a proud mumma, as I remember reading your very first thread when you were looking for a dog. You have come such a long way. You should be proud of what you have achieved

    Keep us updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pawfectionist View Post
    Awesome!! Keep up the great work

    I don't want to sound silly or anything, but I feel like a proud mumma, as I remember reading your very first thread when you were looking for a dog. You have come such a long way. You should be proud of what you have achieved

    Keep us updated.
    Still a long way to go :-)

    we just cherish each day that pass - so we spend as much time as we can - like yesterday when I got home our son is waiting for me to take him to the backyard to play and pat the dogs. Same as for my wife - she makes sure that the dogs are well taken care off.
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    another set of photos we took



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    'pbk1776' - absolutely loving reading all your news about your pups and 'drooling' over the photos !

    They look stunning and so happy and well cared for ! Kudos to you and your family !

    Don't get too confused with all the training styles and methods that are about now a days ! So, use what works for you and your pups.

    As long as you are all having fun and you are seeing results - it really doesn't matter !



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    Quote Originally Posted by RileyJ View Post
    'pbk1776' - absolutely loving reading all your news about your pups and 'drooling' over the photos !

    They look stunning and so happy and well cared for ! Kudos to you and your family !

    Don't get too confused with all the training styles and methods that are about now a days ! So, use what works for you and your pups.

    As long as you are all having fun and you are seeing results - it really doesn't matter !


    Thanks Riley

    Yes the dogs are doing great - they love being around the family and friends

    you are right with training techniques, there are a lot of them, however I only train them where i know I am comfortable and they are comfortable with.

    I want to share this to everyone and let me know your own experience with training - Everything I taught Cindy I applied to Zeus, however Zeus picks it up
    really easy and stays with him - for example RECALL command -When I recall Zeus straight away he comes back even places without fence he will look for me and seems to wait for me to call him back, on the other hand Cindy - If I recall Cindy she will stare at me knowingly that i want her back but will not come back straight away even with Treats. nonetheless other commands she follows straight away.

    any ideas why? or is it because of the sex?
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