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|06-12-2014 06:49 PM|
She is a mature dog. The bitey, mouthy ones are puppies.
Maybe get a tug and drag it along the ground to see if she would like a game of tug.
Go to You Tube and search Michael Ellis to see how to play tug with your dog.
|06-12-2014 06:32 PM|
You should be happy!! But i understand how you feel my boy just wont play with another dog...
Don't you think puppies should be puppies ?
|06-12-2014 06:28 PM|
|hev1128||Oops. sorry! She's 4.|
|06-12-2014 05:41 PM|
|boomer11||Be great if you included an age|
|06-12-2014 05:36 PM|
a not mouthy GSD?
some of you might have read my other posts. Ginger has been with us a week and is going great.
Odd behavioral thing I've noticed (other than her crate issues) is that she doesn't seem to know how to play. She won't take a toy from me. she won't bite anything (other than food). She doesn't seem to have those bitey, mouthy traits have heard alot about.
While this is great, and I know my shoes won't need to be replaced....it makes me sad that she isn't playing.
Has anyone else experienced this?