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12-08-2013 09:40 PM
SummerGSDLover
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Not that much of a difference between a play pen and an xpen right?
Gee. Thanks for making me spit coffee. Out of my nose. Feels awesome now and all I can smell is espresso.

*-*Summer*-*
12-08-2013 09:22 PM
lkcheertex I tell my boys (six and nine) to sit up on couch where puppy can't get them or always have a toy with them to redirect if Baron tries to nip them.


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12-08-2013 08:41 PM
Baillif Not that much of a difference between a play pen and an xpen right?
12-08-2013 08:39 PM
doggiedad close the blinds, pull the shades down, it's legal.

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I do but it's fun. They've been really good about giving him a toy when he starts chasing them. They say "Look! I'm helping you train him!" Haha

...>>>>> oh if only crating children was legal<<<<<

LMBO!!

*-*Summer*-*
12-08-2013 08:36 PM
doggiedad i've done that. more than once.

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Crate the kids.
12-08-2013 08:33 PM
SummerGSDLover
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Summer it sounds as if you have your hands full, I am currently raising a 12 week old pup and am going through some of the same things. In a normal environment this behaviour stops. Teach the children not to take things away from the pup and to exchange things that the puppy has that it is not supposed to.
I do but it's fun. They've been really good about giving him a toy when he starts chasing them. They say "Look! I'm helping you train him!" Haha

...oh if only crating children was legal LMBO!!

*-*Summer*-*
12-08-2013 08:15 PM
alexg Crate the kids.
12-08-2013 08:04 PM
Makobytes Summer it sounds as if you have your hands full, I am currently raising a 12 week old pup and am going through some of the same things. In a normal environment this behaviour stops. Teach the children not to take things away from the pup and to exchange things that the puppy has that it is not supposed to.
12-08-2013 07:54 PM
Makobytes At this age control the dog's environment, ignore or redirect bad behaviour, reward good behaviour. You train a 13 week old pup differently than a pup that is around 6 months of age when the pup becomes a teenager.
12-08-2013 07:48 PM
SummerGSDLover
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You should probably just manage it. Contrary to popular believe young pups and kids do not mix.
It's true. I've got 9, 5, & 3year old.boys and if I ever need a reminder that my 14 week pup has prey drive, I take him out of his crate. Ugh. They think it is so fun to run away screaming, yet when Yogi jumps on them and bites/mouths on them I immediately hear "Mom!!!" *smack my head* I have to usually wait til I get my boys engrossed in an activity before I take pup out --- otherwise it's overwhelming for me and puppy AND the kids. I like to think of it as playing at this point but definitely keep within arms reach to redirect because those mouths are full of needles and kids don't understand.

*-*Summer*-*
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