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Female Join date : 2013-12-04
Location : Idaho

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PostSubject: Love my flexible guy.   Love my flexible guy. EmptyThu Feb 02, 2017 8:45 pm

I was just thinking back on all the worries I had when Simon was a puppy. He was a little bit of a resource hog as a puppy but after a bit of just slowly working on it he grew out if it. He went through periods of being nervous about strange people and would scream when I left him. He was a crazy hyper puppy but now we can live in a tiny place with no yard for months at a time and just take him on walks and he is amazing.
Granted he is still a husky and will back talk me all the time or try to take off after a squirrel but so much better than my crazy puppy boy.

SO for all of those of you with young or even worse teenager puppies trust me it gets better your hard work and consistency will pay off.

Side note Simon is a big fan of me going to school we walk around the college a lot and he is the biggest attention hog for anyone who wants to pet him.

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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: Love my flexible guy.   Love my flexible guy. EmptyFri Feb 03, 2017 3:18 pm

I think sometimes we forget how versatile our dogs really are because they can be so nutty but it truly is a testament to man and beast working together. Our dogs are versatile but we also have to be just as versatile and committed to helping them work in every situation.

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Male Join date : 2014-02-18
Location : Hoschton. GA

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PostSubject: Re: Love my flexible guy.   Love my flexible guy. EmptyFri Feb 03, 2017 4:40 pm

Agreed, Gabby has lived/moved to 4-5 places in the 3 years we have had her and never has had many issues in adapting to the new locations. We traveled a decent amount when we first got her so it made her get used car rides and going new places.

For reference where on where she has lived and how long
Indianapolis: ~ 6 months
Georgia (Fiancee's Moms): ~1.5 months
Springfield, MO: ~4 months
Almont, MI: ~5 months
Springfield Again: ~2 months
Gaineville, GA: ~4 months
Almont Again: ~9 months
Gainesville Again: End of Almont to current time

My Fiancee and I kind of had joint custody of her so we would each take her for a while in each location but Gabby has always taken it in stride and picks up on the rules of each location fairly quickly other than my Fiancee's mom's. There seem to be no rules there for her. It doesn't help that she has 3 dogs that can pretty much do anything so they make her misbehave.

They seem to adapt well and if people are not making a big deal of it they don't seem to think it's a big deal either.

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