Wanted to stop by and thank you for your help, we've grown real close to our puppy Thor, and appreciate your advice n help. We are not gonna neuter him, so any advice of what I have coming this next year would be greatly appreciated.
I drove out there and got "Horseshoe" (the injured puppies new name) His parents were on site and they are beautiful. It was such a dirty hot place...he is now nice and clean and under A/C. I hope the little fellow makes it..we have horses and our GS NEVER did learn to keep out from under their feet when we were riding. Hopefully he will remember and keep his distance....if he makes it.
I am taking him to the vet Monday....our little Jack Russel mix is really glad to have someone to play with.
I would love to see some picture of Stosh. My husband is the type who wants "a dog he can be proud of" and I am afraid Horseshoe may not make the "grade"...so I am still in the market for a nice female.
I sent some video of her behavior to a trainer recommended in Kentucky. He said she is an edgey high drive dog and he thinks I have reinforced some of her bad behavior by the way I handled it. He thinks she is trainable and asked what my goals are with her. We are going to chat hopefully tomorrow.
Maybe you can get past this with some help from the guy in KY-- you'll just have to take a step back and go with what you think is best for her, your other dogs and YOU! Don't forget about you. It will be great if we could all meet each other- I bet we're nothing like we imagine!!
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If I go that route though that's a lot more $, shipping, etc with no guarantee. i would hate to spend a bunch of money and it still not work. She bites...nips at people and if she's doing that at this age no telling what she will do as an adult.
If I wasn't going to foster/adopt I would just manage it. Hopefully I'll make a decision in the next few weeks.
We are getting a nice turnout for the seiger on here. Casey from Fl is coming.