|06-22-2014 12:00 PM|
|scarfish||he's not home right now so i can't look. i know they're not blue. prolly a light brown. i hope this doesn't mean he sucks.|
|06-22-2014 11:55 AM|
|scout172||They look like Bffs. Does Rambo really have those blue eyes?|
|06-22-2014 11:50 AM|
little rambo just turned 6 months. poor guy has to be neutered within a month. most are against it this early but he has to in order to go to my wife's job everyday.
julie on the right and her lazy crew at mommies job.
poor rambo was cut out of the pic.
we've been letting rambo sleep out of the cage at night. the little jerk decided it would be fun to chew on our brand new oak bed frame. it's back in the cage for him. little punk.
|04-30-2014 07:31 AM|
sucks rambo even when full grown will prolly never be able to catch julie. she's too fast.
|04-29-2014 06:21 PM|
OMG!! They are soooo adorable together! Love the video. You can see they really love each other.
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|04-29-2014 01:57 PM|
Rambo is now 17 weeks old and a little over 40lbs. just sharing some pics from this morning.
also prolly got my most favorite video yet. julie does a complete clean jump over the little monster at :16, also a weird sideways jump later on. i don't know about these 2.
|04-22-2014 08:51 PM|
Julie and Rambo are on the scene! They're gonna get to the bottom of this.
|04-17-2014 06:21 PM|
|Crizzly||Great looking dogs!|
|04-17-2014 12:26 PM|
Oh yeah, definitely work on that. I was so worried about same sex aggression with Ilda and our Aussie girl, Autumn, I didn't worry or think about the opposite happening. Autumn is fine but Ilda gets worried or sad if Autumn isn't around.
It can also become a problem when walking them together as Julie may become overly protective of Rambo as well.
WolfyDog's suggestions are what I do and it helps.
As time goes on mix it up too, sometimes you take Julie with you and leave Rambo home and vice versa.
|04-17-2014 12:02 PM|
Maybe do not separate them for such a long time to start with. Start with short times like 5 minutes or just walk one dog around the block. Crate them separately. Young dogs ten to bond strongly if you do not separate them on a regular bases. They become too focused on each other and forget about you.
Or work, play with them separately but in each others presence (you each take one dog).
Good looking, happy dogs.
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