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Discussion in 'Woof Memorial Critter's Corner' started by fabricator, Apr 20, 2005.
I got a new buddy this weekend, a golden retriever, her name is Jinx [/IMG]
She is so cute
Yeah but I'm learning all over about puppy teeth, owch! they are sharp;f
Yeah but the puppy kisses make up for that! Very cute pup.
P.S. Just say NO to biting. Easier said than done, I know.
I'm also remembering that dogs arent born knowing not to poop in the house.;f
Jinx has her own little home-inside-your-home, right?
She (and YOU) will be much happier if she has a den all her own...
Oh yeah she's got one but it seems like she waits untill take my eyes off her for one tenth of a second and zip! The deed is done
Puppy kisses! ;3
Are you saying that she is doing business in the crate? If so, the crate may be too big for her. She should have enough room to stand up and turn around, but not much more than that. Otherwise the crate training will be a big headache and the housebreaking will be much more difficult.
With our Lab, I started him in small crate as a pup and once he was housebroken and out growing it he moved into his full size crate. He loves it and spends a lot of time in there by his own choosing. Good luck with her.
Edit: Just wanted to add that G20man32904 is a professional trainer and has been very generous with training tips. If you didn't see it, he has a sticky thread at the top of the forum where you can ask him questions regarding your new buddy.
No never in the crate, just every once in a while when she is in the house, it's getting less and less frequent now.
Oh ok. I am glad to hear that. Sounds like normal puppyhood. Enjoy it because it doesn't last long. ~sd
Hey thanks for hte heads up on the training sticky, I hadnt noticed it I just read the whole bleeding thing, very interesting stuff, our personal trainer is awesome I learned a lot reading that stuff.
No problem. Best money I ever spent was on a personal trainer for Kody. It's amazing how a 90 lbs girl can make a 100 lbs labrador do whatever she wants. We learned a lot with one on one training. The main thing I learned was that the training was actually for my wife and I more than the dog.;f