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Old 12-16-2012, 02:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Getting closer to the big one everyday!

He tries so hard to be her buddy, but our big girl Lexi just doesn't quite want to be friends yet. I'm sure it'll come with time, but he does know how to make her show her teeth
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Old 12-16-2012, 04:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I hope that Lexi comes around, it would be great if they would play together.
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hopefully theyll warm up
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:22 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Haha yeah today he was able to lick her teeth while she was snarling at him. He's slowly trying to break our crabby girl Lexi. She acts mean and tough, but deep down she is a sweet dog.
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i think you need to seperate the dogs when Lexi is snarling. you're asking for trouble by letting the pup lick her mouth while she's showing her teeth.
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Haha yeah today he was able to lick her teeth while she was snarling at him. He's slowly trying to break our crabby girl Lexi. She acts mean and tough, but deep down she is a sweet dog.
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i think you need to seperate the dogs when Lexi is snarling. you're asking for trouble by letting the pup lick her mouth while she's showing her teeth. </p>
Yes we do separate them right away, but she slowly eases up. She's done that with my mom's two little dogs her whole life and it never goes past that.
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Old 12-17-2012, 03:25 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Dogs will put each other in place, but she is telling little one to back off . Little one will get it. Your dog was raised with little dogs, other dogs? Even if there was a little lesson it shouldn't hurt little one knowing it's place, as long as you are the boss and they know that . Baby supervised of course.
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Dogs will put each other in place, but she is telling little one to back off . Little one will get it. Your dog was raised with little dogs, other dogs? Even if there was a little lesson it shouldn't hurt little one knowing it's place, as long as you are the boss and they know that . Baby supervised of course.
Yes Lexi was brought in as a pup with and older Golden. Then when the Golden passed she was raised with two different small dogs that she lived with for about 4 years.
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Old 12-18-2012, 06:56 PM   #9 (permalink)
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the little one doesn't attack your tree or presents?!?!?!?
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the little one doesn't attack your tree or presents?!?!?!?
Oh yes pretty much the second we look away he has something in his mouth. We just try to keep him busy with his own bones/toys. He's a little monster!
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