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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-24-2017, 01:43 AM Thread Starter
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15 reasons why GSDs are not good family dogs

Very cute!

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-24-2017, 07:37 AM
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Hehe, some funny pictures in that line up. Thanks for sharing!
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True! All true. lol!

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This made me laugh - especially the part about not being safe around babies.

We have a 14 month old at home. Our pup will be eight months old in 2 days. For the entire time we've had her (approx 6 months), she has let the baby do whatever he likes to her. His favorite game is "what's in your mouth?". He grabs her tongue and wags it, takes things from her and then gives them back, lays with her, etc. He feeds her off of his high chair tray for every meal. She really believes that her purpose in life is to play with him, love him, and protect him, and she acts like it. He's a little rougher with her at times than I would like. We try to encourage him to love on her rather than pull ears and such because other dogs aren't always keen to be handled by a baby and could bite, but having said that, I probably trust her around him alone more than I do the older kids (10 yrs - teenagers).
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