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Old 12-02-2013, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is gunners second leash...because he likes to chew the leash while walking haha


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He looks like he is walking you and saying he wants to go in this direction Well, if wanted to be a spoil sport -you could try a chain leash or spray bitter apple or something on gunner's leash or try a flexi leash - they are harder to grab a hold of.
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you're lucky if you make it to the corner letting
him mouth the leash. lol.
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He looks like he is walking you and saying he wants to go in this direction Well, if wanted to be a spoil sport -you could try a chain leash or spray bitter apple or something on gunner's leash or try a flexi leash - they are harder to grab a hold of.
oh haha he isnt spoiled with walking...i stopped right next to him and i walked backwards to get the shot, he didnt try to pull at all. he turned his head like "why are you walking backwards" haha. Im not worried about the leash, as long as he isnt trying to bite my ankles like he would normally try to attempt.
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you're lucky if you make it to the corner letting
him mouth the leash. lol.

I know right, he just seems to destroy those leashes haha, my friend she is going to make me a more durable dog leash out of parachute corde braided together hehe.
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I let my boy walk with a small squeaky toy in his mouth. If I didn't allow him that then he tries to find a stick to carry or goes after the leash too. Your boy is adorable!
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I let my boy walk with a small squeaky toy in his mouth. If I didn't allow him that then he tries to find a stick to carry or goes after the leash too. Your boy is adorable!
haha thanks! he loves walking with the leash in his mouth all the time, but if he gets a hold of a stick that also works haha. As long as he has something in his mouth he's fine. leash/stick for walking is fine with me, just not my ankles haha.
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This is Gunner at 6 1/2 weeks old learning some commands, and then Gunner at 13 weeks chasing his tail.


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