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Old 04-21-2014, 08:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default My 17 Week Old GSD

We picked him up a few hours away a couple weeks ago he is now 17 Weeks and very smart. He basically learned (sit, stay, leave it, come, lay, up, no) and a few other things within a couple days and re-enforce it everyday. He is teething and wants to chew chew chew...

Just wanting to show him off, we take him to a dog park which I'm not too happy with due to the # of bad owners taking aggressive dogs to which we leave soon as they show up but he gets to play with the non-aggressive ones for a while before we head out.

Here he is, he weights around 23 lbs and been feeding him Fromm which is suppose to be really good for him.
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Old 04-21-2014, 08:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Super cute pup you have there. His coloration is very interesting. Sable I guess. Or maybe a fawn sable if there is such a thing.

What is his name?
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He's super cute! !

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His name is Bo. Yeah he is Sable I believe. Thank you!
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He is very cute! I notice that his left paw (right in the pic) is bent under. My girl (who is now 6 months) lays like this ALL the time! It just does not look comfortable. Lol


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He is very cute! I notice that his left paw (right in the pic) is bent under. My girl (who is now 6 months) lays like this ALL the time! It just does not look comfortable. Lol

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Yeah I don't understand why he does that but he does that a lot lol.
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He's adorable! I feed Fromm too. My dogs love it, LOL so does my 10 year old son when he's too lazy to leave the computer cave to get a snack. My sable girl had very coarse fur. After a while on Fromm, her fur became soft. My black female has an electric glow to her and the boy is just so fluffy soft.
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Yeah I don't understand why he does that but he does that a lot lol.

I'm thinking its a shepherd thing??? Idk? I've seen other pictures of other GSD laying like this.


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Also think it's a shepherd thing. Our shelter guy does that a lot. Apparently it weirds out my boyfriend, LOL! Cute dog by the way.

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He is adorable Keep him safe at the dog park.
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