|05-20-2014 03:33 AM|
I can't wait to see what all she will learn and how beautiful she will become. I am so glad to have found a site like this so I can learn from other GSD owners and read all of the lovely stories.
~Brittney and Bailey
|05-19-2014 09:29 PM|
Training is going terrific, she speaks on command even trying to learn some words like momma. She has a good recall, she even mocks tricks my older dog does for treats. So she's real good at catching on to things. She lacked learning certain obedient things from littermates so the "landshark" term some use sure isn't an understatement with this girl. Lots of members recommend things like the flirt pole & kongs which you can fill with yummy treats to help deter her from chewing on me. So something to keep in mind if your girl is persistent on chewing things she shouldn't.
Enjoy her, share your prideful moments with us!
|05-19-2014 05:05 PM|
|05-19-2014 05:03 PM|
|PMRonan||Congrats! She is adorable!|
|05-19-2014 04:38 PM|
Haha thank you for the advice. Bailey thankfully keeps her chewing to a few things like sticks and her toys. She would much rather hide behind trees and dig. I have myself more of an excavator then a chipper.
I can only imagine what kind of dog Bailey will be when she is an adult. She is already so smart (some times to smart it seems lol) it will be a long journey to before I get there but I'm sure it will be well worth every moment.
|05-19-2014 03:33 PM|
Muhahaha, adorable landshark ya got there. Their weapons grade cuteness is a survival trait. A GSD pup will drive you to the end of your rope at every opportunity, think industrial chipper/shredder with fuzz and likes to cuddle now and again.
It's soooo worth the headaches and inconvenience once the puppy brain morphs into adult brain. GSDs are like wine, they get better with age. I hope your journey with Bailey is as fulfilling as mine have been with my beasts.
|05-19-2014 03:08 PM|
|Beautiful Bailey||Thank you Kathy!|
|05-19-2014 03:07 PM|
|Beautiful Bailey||KayDub, thank you. I'm glad to hear that I made a good choice by joining the site. That's awesome you got a GSD for the feeling of safety as well. Smaller dogs are nice but they never really gave me the feeling of security. As for the pictures, Bailey probably thinks I take to many pictures of her. I have an Instagram account that has pretty much turned into a album of Bailey. How old is your GSD? How did training go for you?|
|05-19-2014 02:58 PM|
|Beautiful Bailey||Thank you Nicole! I am from Portland Oregon but I drove to Longview to pick Bailey up. I'm loving being a GSD owner. How old is your puppy and how did training go for you?|
|05-19-2014 10:02 AM|
|Kayos and Havoc||Welcome! She is very cute.|
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