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    Quote Originally Posted by pbk1776 View Post
    Haha - I should've had asked everyone in my old thread which sex is easier to train
    Haha it's not training that is the issue. Bella is too smart for her own good and picks things up extremely fast. It's more just their general care free nature. Harley likes to be my little shadow and will listen to me all the time, where as Bella wants to push the boundaries! tummy scratches are much easier with girls though

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    One of my socialising things i did was to take him into town and just sit on the sidewalk while the wife was shopping. All the noise, traffic, and everyone wh o walked past wanting to pat a cute little puppy. About a hour at a time and then a quick pop into the vets where the puppy preschool was to be held on the way home so he was ready for class aswell. It seemed to work a treat for my fella.

    Taking him into kindy when i picked up my daughter last year was a bit of a mistake to begin with as all of a sudden 100's of little hands wanted to maul him. Luckily the teacher was there and pulled them all up and reminded them of how to approach and pat dogs like they where taught a few weeks earlier by my vet who does days at Kindys to teach kids about dogs.

    How is he sleeping mate ?....or should i say how are you sleeping. The first few weeks are like having a new baby in the house..LOL.
    Sleeping is alright to be honest, I am happy that she is half trained already by the breeder, helps us a lot. I think making the choice of picking her up when she turned 12 weeks is a good idea "that's us" I am not sure with other own experience.

    every 6:30 we take her to the pond/park in our area - good 45-hour walk, better than I thought of 30 minutes max if everyone remembers that from my old thread. Then she stays with us inside the house "the only thing I have to buy is an indoor bed for her". Weekends will be out and about with her for sure, just like last weekend. We will keep this routine and stick with it.

    Our boy loves her, he always go straight the backyard looking for cindy after childcare, he plays with her in his sandpit. We are teaching them both not to play rough to each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Ah cool, she looks huge.
    Is she from a regod breeder?

    Hope your ready lol, females are harder than males BTW , they are more inclined to give you the metaphoric middle finger then males and are more often then not smarter as well. (and the word Bi*ch means what it does for a reason hehe)

    Good luck.
    Beautiful pooch PBK!! And a beautiful little boy as well!!Cindy does look like a big pup for 12 weeks, but maybe its just the angle....Aaah AMSTAFF good decision lol. My boy Oskar is an AMSTAFF x. Very lovable dogs. Hopefully because she is a female, she doesnt try and dominate your little man, like Oskar does to my girls lol.

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    Like Sean said, take Cindy into kindy, lol, if a pup can handle heaps of screaming kids grabbing at them, they can handle anything. Oskar is a shy pup, hated being shown off, he did the preschool and school class circuit as a new pup lol. NOw that he is older he handles it so much better!! He just sits at my feet and kids ask for a pat then run off again. Like everyone has said, Socialise socialise, SOCIALISE!!! LOL

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    Yeah we will take her to advance school when we finish Pup school, then obedience training. here are 2 new photos



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    Cool pics pbk...

    Growing up quickly and love the floppy ears

    What do you think of the EZYDOG collar ? I'm thinking Mojo's next collar will be one of those but they are expensive...


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    DONT SIC YOUR DOGMA ON ME !

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    well she likes wearing it mate - I do not have any problems with it... Also it is a freebie so can't complain or say anything bad about it ;-)
    m<(o.o)>m

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    Oskar has the EZYDOG harness, was pricey but grows with your pooch. I use it on him all the time, because I don't feel like i have all control with just a collar. It was about 50 smackas but love it....Cindy is so lovely!!

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    Thanks guys....i love the look of those collars...infact all thier stuff is cool but expensive. Thats a good score pbk.

    I just gotta wait till he stops growing so fast then i'll get one for sure .


    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    Education is important, but big biceps are more importanter ...
    DONT SIC YOUR DOGMA ON ME !

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    Haha I know - I like this collar cause I can adjust size until she gets older now I think. But yeah just happy because it's a freebie

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