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Here is a pic of Stewie with the longsuffering Rip. She really is great with him, although I don’t leave her trapped with him for long periods and she’s never alone with him. The little guy is getting stronger all … Continue reading
Now Stewie, given a breakfast of kibble in a bowl, thinks he would rather earn chicken or baby food. So he forsakes it to come and hang around my feet, sitting and waiting. This is the calmest he has ever … Continue reading
Stewie’s been with me about ten days now, and I’ve been just letting him be a dog. He runs a lot and is calming down a little bit. He shows no separation anxiety indoors, but fortunately for me he is … Continue reading
The pup is slowly getting more tolerant of handling. He still is not crazy about being restrained. I took him to the grooming shop today in hopes of dropping him off for awhile, but they had only one groomer working … Continue reading
As the puppy gets more comfortable, he gets more fiesty. He hates to be restrained! I realized today that he’s going to need work. He resents having his moutn opened and teeth handled, and screams when I touch his nails. … Continue reading
I decide that the puppy needs muscle tone and should learn to navigate stairs. I put him a couple of steps down from the top and stand below him. Rippy waits at the top, to tempt him to climb. He … Continue reading
Normally aloof and bossy with puppies, Rip borders on openly contemptuous. He is just way too active and ill-mannered for her taste. Rippy reminds me a lot of my old German shepherd Reva in some ways — gentle, ladylike and … Continue reading
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