|09-15-2013 08:25 PM|
He's too precious
And just remember, come this Fall I'll only be a few minutes away... holler whenever you need a dog sitter or walker We will have to meet up sometime.
And BTW, my dog did not stop mouthing until he was 7-8 months old. Just a heads up LOL
|09-15-2013 06:09 PM|
|arycrest||OMG ... Grizz is ADORABLE ... love those pictures!!!!|
|09-15-2013 02:26 PM|
|HeidiGS||Gorgeous, if you ever decide you don't want him anymore give me a call! Lol|
|09-15-2013 01:59 PM|
|Castlemaid||Oh my gosh I love the pics! What a great looking little boy! So alive and energetic, are you ever going to have you hands full with him! Not a pedigree expert by any means, but boy, that pedigree is LOADED with seriously strong working dogs! If you suddenly feel an urge to get involved in bite-work/protection sports, Griz will be more than up to it!|
|09-15-2013 09:55 AM|
O, what a handsome little man!
ETA: All of these cute puppy pics are making me want another "baby"!
|09-15-2013 12:01 AM|
16 weeks along, things are going...um...going. Griz had his first OB class and did awesome! Makes me feel good, all that home training has paid off. He loved the class and Hubby (who is taking him) learned a lot as well.
I can not WAIT till the mouthy crud is over. He is a ton better (thank goodness for this forum and all its pointers and advice) but still. He's also started jumping up again which is just flat annoying (especially considering I'm 8+ months along and have all the balance of a drunken hippo). *sigh* And...(just to keep whining) I swear this dog gets MORE energy with exercise rather than getting tired; and I can't seem to get it through Hubby's head that he needs to help me wear the dog out. The second Griz starts panting Hubby thinks he's tired and stops. ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!
Whining aside I can't complain too much. Can't wait for the kid to be born so I can work more with Griz. I've gotten in contact with a local working dog group and I'm hoping to meet up with them soon.
|08-23-2013 12:38 AM|
|Loneforce||Griz is a great looking pup! Congratulations. The Humping is a puppy thing. Make him stop now though. A simple HEY or No and re direct to a chew toy.|
|08-23-2013 12:31 AM|
Caught Griz humping his dog bed today. Oy vey! He was going to town on that poor thing.
Any ideas why? I've never had a GSD be a humper...now every single lab my family has owned-that's a different. Is he bored? Medical issue? Or just being a puppy?
Found out today that the puppy class we were supposed to start has been canceled due to the entire class being us and one other puppy. Tried to get into the obedience class but they won't take pups under 16 weeks and Griz is only 12. Darn it, I was hoping to start "school" with him sooner. Oh well.
|08-16-2013 09:20 PM|
Either the pup is feeling more confident with us, or the land shark has arisen, not sure which, but suddenly he's all mouth. Thankfully he doesn't actually bite, or even pinch, but even a slight pressure with those needles he calls teeth is painful.
Unless he's tired its impossible to pet him without it turning into a chase-the-hand-with-teeth game. Of course Munchkin won't tell him "no" or "halt" (not that he's really learned those yet) so he just chomps away while she yells 'puppy' or screams. He hasn't bruised or broken skin but how the heck do I get the kid to do something besides just SIT THERE while he uses her as a chew toy?? AHHH!! I can't be everywhere at once, I really need a clone or two.
Ugh-so much about puppyhood I've forgotten.
|08-13-2013 08:59 PM|
|rgrey||Griz had his first RAW meal today. To say he LOVED IT would be an understatement, LOL!|
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