I recently adopted a Walker Coon Hound from a local shelter. I was told that she is about 3 or so, and is wonderful in almost every way. She sits, downs, and comes when told (her recalls are a little shaky when lots of distractions are around, but good with nothing to make her ADD). I keep her in a crate when I am at work and she seems to enjoy a place of her own. Now is the problem, and it may not be important. She doesnt seem to notice her toys, not one of them. She wont chew on a bone or even put anything in her mouth that isnt food. Ive never seen this before and dont know if I should worry. I guess its the new father thing Also, her squirrel drive is amazingly high. I say squirrel because she doesnt chase my roommate's cat, any other dogs, or anything. She pulls and pulls on her leash and collar when she sees one in the park, but is otherwise good on her leash. What can I do to make her less aware of the squirrels and more likely to want to stay with me. I always keep lots of treats with me and reward when she stays and I try to put myself between her and the squirrel and treat when she doesnt pull, but she will spit the treat out as soon as she takes it. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!