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Old 01-07-2017, 10:34 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I know it's a cute and frustrating time. But just be consistent. Try to train in the morning and at night for 5 min or so. Young pups will get better as they age. All mine seem to straighten up around 10 months.
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Pandora'sLocks View Post
Depending on where the digging is going on sometimes its okay to just let her get it out of her system. Like everything else she gets bored quickly and ready to move on to something else to occupy her time.

! Have you seen any of the users reviews concerning yak-milk treats? I was not aware of them at all until I looked up the chews on might want to read some of the 1 star reviews for yourself. Cases of them getting stuck in dog's esophagus or other parts of the GI tract. Apparently IF the treat splinters that is the danger.
Thanks for your input. Yes, you have to monitor them ALL the time or a variety of disasters may happen!!
Right now we are placing a treat in one of the Kong toys - she is fascinated by that and keeps her occupied longer than anything else so far!!

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I Runs through the house like her tail is on fire, up and down and around the furniture! Can't help but laugh at the antics!
Zooooomies!! Yeah I started a thread about that too, perfectly normal everyone says. ; )
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