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Old 01-06-2009, 05:19 PM   #1
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Hi, Just like to introduce myself! Im Graham from Yorkshire, got our new baby 13 weeks ago, shes now a 20 week old growing (quickly) Irish Setter. Shes gorgeous but very greedy, always nipping and has just started to (wait for it).....eat her own and other dogs poo! Nice . Hope to get pics on as soon as I can work out how to do it. Any other Irish owners out there? Ta

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Old 01-06-2009, 05:23 PM   #2
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Hiya Graham and welcome, i'm only new myself. Really looking forward to seeing pics of you're baby, i love Irish setters..thought maybe not so much when they've just been gobbling poo. Hopefully she'll grow out of that one

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Here is a site that tells you how to stop nipping, and my dogs ate poo when they were little but grew out of it

http://www.ehow.com/how_18746_stop-puppy-biting.html

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Graham. Irish Setters are lovely dogs. I can't help you with your poop eating problem but hope you can post some pics of her soon. Enjoy the forum.
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Hi Setterbevy and

I'm looking forward to seeing pictures! Have a look at my signature for helpful forum links to get you started!
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Oh Ho - hi Setterbevy - I can help you with a poo eating dog! My Irish Water Spaniel was a connoisseur of dog poo.

Because this thread is an introduction thread, I would really recommend you ask the questions re. nipping and eating dog poo in the appropriate threads so that you will get a better response to your queries.

I'll be happy to help re. poo eating.

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Thanks everyone for the welcome! - pics to follow shortly Graham

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from me and the gang.

Just love Irish setters though they never grow up.

and I agree your questions re eating poo etc will get more answers under the appropriate threads.
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Hello Setterbevy, welcome! I love Irish setters, can't wait to see a few pictures :-)
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my irish setter went through a stage of eating her own poo but thankfully grew out of it

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