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Old 10-05-2009, 09:39 AM
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The Chili is a bit spicy lately

I know this is in puppy help...but its more of a rant...lol


Chili is hitting his adolescence. I have heard the horror stories, so I guess Iam getting off easy...nothing I can't handle in the long run...but man is this little booger obnoxious lately.

He has began chasing the cats...and the chickens...never has before...his recall was 100% and its more like 85%...

He has began to jump on me...ALOT...especially at the back of my legs and when he hits my knees they buckle...and when they do he runs away...probably laughing at me.

his energy is through the roof....I mean I didn't adopt a tiny border collie but it sure does feel like it...exercised heavy twice a day, including tug and flirtpole, plus training, plus playing rough with Kiwi for hours used to knock him out....not anymore...he wants more...

Poor Kiwi last night was trying to sleep and he wouldn't stop soliciting her to play...eventually she turned around so his reply to that was to hump her head.

Zoomies...constantly from the door to the bedroom...run run run run.

Hes just...a snot latetly...makes me glad hes only 12lbs.



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Old 10-05-2009, 10:32 AM
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I want video! LOL Sounds like my guys when they get super hyper. they run, jump on the couch, knock my HW off onto the floor, even jump right on my face when I am laying down...surprised my glasses have held up. I don't even think there is a cure for this crap haha its just a wait it out. I hear ya on the buckling knees!!!

Chili is so funny haha, poor kiwi
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Old 10-05-2009, 12:20 PM
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glad Iam not alone!


Hes learned how the toilet paper roll works...he keeps bringing me toilet paper. I left this morning to do som'thing and when I came home he jumped up and nipped my hand....I was like...thats it mister!!


Took his little butt on a LONG walk and made him work the whole time...then we came home and practiced putting the leash on for like fifteen minutes (he bites it, growls at it, and jumps at it like its a toy).....

hes eager to learn and now sits for the leash and doesn't bite it after our little session...but boy is his default setting bratty.

I'd take video, but its embarrassing...me getting knocked down by a little dog...plus he sneak attacks.



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lol...oh please take video! i can just see the little monster doing all this. i'm thinking with clover that we are coming into that stage in the next few months? (any guesses with a big boy?)
i always ask clover when he is bad "do you know what kind of dog does <insert petty crime here>? a homeless dog...thats what kind!...don't forget where you came from buddy" (this weekend i pointed out the pound to him since i had to drive past on my way outta town...i'm pretty sure he understood what i was talking about cuz he totally looked out the window and right back at me)
i think this kind of talk is good training (for me...)



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Hes learned how the toilet paper roll works...he keeps bringing me toilet paper. I left this morning to do som'thing and when I came home he jumped up and nipped my hand....I was like...thats it mister!!


Took his little butt on a LONG walk and made him work the whole time...then we came home and practiced putting the leash on for like fifteen minutes (he bites it, growls at it, and jumps at it like its a toy).....

hes eager to learn and now sits for the leash and doesn't bite it after our little session...but boy is his default setting bratty.

I'd take video, but its embarrassing...me getting knocked down by a little dog...plus he sneak attacks.
OMG I must be retarded...Glacier does the same thing with the leash, great idea on practicing putting it on!

I meant take a pic of the lil rascal running around all crazy like not knocking you down LOL :P

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lol...oh please take video! i can just see the little monster doing all this. i'm thinking with clover that we are coming into that stage in the next few months? (any guesses with a big boy?)
i always ask clover when he is bad "do you know what kind of dog does <insert petty crime here>? a homeless dog...thats what kind!...don't forget where you came from buddy" (this weekend i pointed out the pound to him since i had to drive past on my way outta town...i'm pretty sure he understood what i was talking about cuz he totally looked out the window and right back at me)
i think this kind of talk is good training (for me...)
LOL HAHAHAHAHA THAT IS DOWNRIGHT FUNNY!

I always tell my dogs I am gonna take them to the pound. Harvick is our big boy, he did the same thing...ran like a crazy psycho through the house jumping on the furniture, he smacks his head on our glass coffee table all the time too lol. If Clover has not done it yet he may be more calm and destructive lol
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Yeah...he will sit and let me put it on and then off again...without moving. Boy was he evil before...the goal is for him to automatically sit when he sees the leash (the others do)

When I adopt a new dog the pounds require you bring existing dogs for meet and greets...I always tell them the whole way there that I am returning them for a new dog. Since they are such bad dogs.

Doesn't work on Kiwi tho...she loves the pound. Scooter had a panic attack...I think he believed me...lol

Its supposed to start as early as 5 months...but most people say 7 months...it lasts som'times until they are a year and half...tho supposedly little dogs go through it faster.

Iam so glad I haven't waited to train him...I can't imagine what he'd be like... i know alot of people don't put their dogs in classes until they are like 6 months old...I can't even imagine.

I will try and catch his evilness in action for you guys.



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OMG I must be retarded...Glacier does the same thing with the leash, great idea on practicing putting it on!

I meant take a pic of the lil rascal running around all crazy like not knocking you down LOL :P



LOL HAHAHAHAHA THAT IS DOWNRIGHT FUNNY!

I always tell my dogs I am gonna take them to the pound. Harvick is our big boy, he did the same thing...ran like a crazy psycho through the house jumping on the furniture, he smacks his head on our glass coffee table all the time too lol. If Clover has not done it yet he may be more calm and destructive lol
i looked up stages of puppy development today, i think he's actually through it phew....i may have just missed it, but don't worry he has enough issues to make up for it...today he ate my bed!
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Yeah...he will sit and let me put it on and then off again...without moving. Boy was he evil before...the goal is for him to automatically sit when he sees the leash (the others do)

When I adopt a new dog the pounds require you bring existing dogs for meet and greets...I always tell them the whole way there that I am returning them for a new dog. Since they are such bad dogs.

Doesn't work on Kiwi tho...she loves the pound. Scooter had a panic attack...I think he believed me...lol

Its supposed to start as early as 5 months...but most people say 7 months...it lasts som'times until they are a year and half...tho supposedly little dogs go through it faster.

Iam so glad I haven't waited to train him...I can't imagine what he'd be like... i know alot of people don't put their dogs in classes until they are like 6 months old...I can't even imagine.

I will try and catch his evilness in action for you guys.
haha, i think clover may like it now, but i looked into some doggie day care places when i first got him, and he about freaked out (rows of kennels with concrete floors...and they advertised a happy environment)

omg...i think people don't realize that they grow and change, and then when they get to that stage the little hamster finally gets his tired butt back on the wheel and they go "oh....train the dog, what a good idea"



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you win.



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yeah, not too bad, i think it is more a seperation anxiety thing...he was extra glued to me last weekend, we went to a friends, and he has been there before, but for some reason he was completely beside himself stressed. walking from room to room brought on overexcited whining and grunting etc....so yesterday, when i left for work...he seemed back to himself, but no...he ate my super comfy memory foam mattress topper (luckily, not the mattress tho)

seperation anxiety sucks! everytime i think we have reached a plateau, it feels like we do a head dive off...i think i'd rather the terrible twos or whatever chili is up with mr chili
the really funny thing is that i never scold him for anything like that ever, but whenever i clean it up, he is even more upset....he also gets upset if he sees me cleaning up his poop in the yard...another reason i think his past people were awful!

have you ever used the over the counter calming stuff? have you ever heard of using valarien root? it was the main ingredient in one, and i am familiar with it in people, but not dogs....

on the up side, i can finally almost leave him in his crate without him going completely balistic....



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does he free range when you leave him?

Emma and Tippy both have SA. So i've been through that ringer already.



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