|10-10-2013 11:33 AM|
|Baillif||If you doubled in mass every few weeks or months you'd probably have issues with your physical dimensions too.|
|10-10-2013 11:20 AM|
I agree with the rear end awareness, it's a lot of fun to teach and does help them
|10-10-2013 11:13 AM|
Oh goodness my guy is 21 mths and still doesn't know where his feet are, VERY annoying. If he is walking by he steps on us...including the cat, she loves that. If we are laying down we get punched in the face with his paws.
He will probably grow out of his clumsy lanky body but in the meantime you could try teaching him some rear end awareness stuff to help him along. There are lots of suggestions and equipment on the net on how to do that. It cant fix clumsy but it will at least teach him where his body is in relation to the rest of the world he lives in.
|10-10-2013 09:48 AM|
I have a 5 month old / 50 pound male GSD who can get very rambunctious. He doesn't seem to understand his physical dimensions yet. He'll often run by and step on my feet or simply run into me when we're playing fetch. He can be very agile sometimes, but a little bit like a wrecking ball other times...
Am I corrrect to assume that he is just growing into / adjusting to his body? Should I be doing anything to counter this or will he simply outgrow it?