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    Thanks,

    hey, I've got lots in the non-sporting then - standard poodles are in there. Such a misleading name, non-sporting, kinda like a they're couch potatoes, lol, which is so not the case. Wonder why they couldn't come up with a more inspiring title?

    Cathy.

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    He's coming good! Just needed a bit of persistence!

    Little puppy is growing so fast and is now following a few simple commands. He still has no idea that his name is Hubba and my other dog has starting coming to his name! Oh well... I will try to post a photo soon - he is still definitely a 'dog' dog but is bonding more and more each week.

    We took both of our dogs for a forest hike last Sunday and he was right into everything but whined every step of the way! It was hilarious to see a dog having an absolute ball but whinging like he hadn't been fed for 3 weeks! But my other dog did that when she was a pup and grew out of it when she got her deep gruff bark. That was a far more interesting noise to make!

    Hope everyone is well and thanks again for the support!

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenb View Post
    He's coming good! Just needed a bit of persistence!

    Little puppy is growing so fast and is now following a few simple commands. He still has no idea that his name is Hubba and my other dog has starting coming to his name! Oh well... I will try to post a photo soon - he is still definitely a 'dog' dog but is bonding more and more each week.

    We took both of our dogs for a forest hike last Sunday and he was right into everything but whined every step of the way! It was hilarious to see a dog having an absolute ball but whinging like he hadn't been fed for 3 weeks! But my other dog did that when she was a pup and grew out of it when she got her deep gruff bark. That was a far more interesting noise to make!

    Hope everyone is well and thanks again for the support!
    How about some photos...we all love photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenb View Post

    We took both of our dogs for a forest hike last Sunday and he was right into everything but whined every step of the way! It was hilarious to see a dog having an absolute ball but whinging like he hadn't been fed for 3 weeks! But my other dog did that when she was a pup and grew out of it when she got her deep gruff bark. That was a far more interesting noise to make!
    He's not uncomfortable or hurting is he? Maybe a vet chriro could have a look at him? Being uncomfortable can have a dramatic effect on attention spans.

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