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Old 02-15-2015, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default New update on Dunny and Annie

We have come a long way over the last 3 months. Annie outgrew her crate, so decided to see how she would do without it. She does great, no accidents or anything torn up. She has finally lost all of her baby teeth, so no dental procedure needed. She and Dunny play and romp all the time and share their toys. They do sometimes sneak up on one another and steal the toy the other one is playing with, but it's all in good fun and no one gets mad. Still doing clicker training with Annie and Dunny has caught on to the clicker and treat thing, so have to keep double the treats in my pocket. The feeding problem has been solved and they are both eating the minute I put down their bowls. Today we took them for a long car ride. As you can see in the photo, Dunny likes to look out the front window between our shoulders and Annie likes to look out the side windows.

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Old 02-15-2015, 06:57 PM   #2
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It seems absolutely everything has worked out wonderfully, what a great update. I found, too, that when I had Sam and Jordie together that Sam was a fantastic mentor to Jordie as a pup which made training things so much easier.
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Wonderful update Dunbar'sMom 2 well adjusted dogs and one great Mom! I have seen many programmes where mentoring does really make a difference Dunny has done a great job with Annie and Annie is a quick learner which makes a huge difference! Great work on all counts Thanks for the update!!!
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I think it really helps to have a well trained dog with a puppy. As I have added new dogs over the years, the older dogs do seem to do a lot of the training especially with the housetraining as they follow the older dogs lead to go outside.

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If we had Rascal mentor a younger dog...We would have TWO Rascals
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great dunbar and hopefully Dunny and Annie will carry on the same behaviour.

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You are doing such a great job with them. You are a wonderful dog mom.

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Thanks. My furkids get half the credit. They are not perfect by any means, but they are great, loving kids.
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