New Jr. pics

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  1. Amber

    Amber New Member

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    Just before I start they are not the best.

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    With his big sister. They tolerate each other now.
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    JK they even play together.
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    Junior's starting to muscle up a little. He's gained a few needed pounds, but that's big for him. He came to us a little less than 12 lbs and the vet wants him at around 16 to 17 lbs of pure muscle. He gets LOTS of fetch, his version of a springpole, walks, running, and jumping.
     
  2. Baxter'smybaby

    Baxter'smybaby swimming upstream

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    he's a cutie--glad he got to stay with you!
     
  3. ~Tucker&Me~

    ~Tucker&Me~ and Spy.

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    He is soo cute, I am am thrilled that he got to stay. So glad that your dogs are getting along now :)
     
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    bnwalker2 My house is a zoo

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    He is adorable!
     
  5. Amber

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    Thanks. His only problem that we need to work through is that I think he's got some DA. :rolleyes: Either that or he's just got some fear aggression issues. He'll lunge and growl at other dogs on walks, and went after our neighbor's harmless lab. But off leash he'll play. -sigh-
     
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    He is so cute!

    That issue you describe is called "leash reactivity" usually, and its typically because the dog is uncomfortable on leash around certain triggers, most commonly other dogs, or bikes, or people. If you search in the training section, you can find many useful threads about this issue. :)
     

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