Awwwww!!!! They're adorable!!!!
Yeah I know about them, but the first problem would still existbtw, they have low pitch squeaky toys, too,
We've bought a puppy antler, which is an antler that has been cut in half so the core is showing. Here's a link:For the antler, Don't get a thick one for his first one. Get one with a very thin amount of bone around it
Thanks for that link I'm thinking of getting Bella one for her teeth (I do brush them) they are getting bit brown because I now add a trip wet food(a little bit) to her dry food.Yeah I know about them, but the first problem would still exist
We've bought a puppy antler, which is an antler that has been cut in half so the core is showing. Here's a link:
(I have a £5 off your first order code if anyone wants it)
Thanks for the encouragement. We're really excited and I think my parents are even more excited than us, if it were at all possible. As soon as they knew the day we were picking up the pup they asked for a list of toys we wanted to get and bought some for us. Though my father is slightly upset that we're not taking the pup directly to their house first before we go home.
We also went to see the main puppy training class in the area and they seemed nice. It was really obvious the ones who had been practising at home and the ones that hadn't. Also I don't know if it was just because I've read lots about trick training and hence understood what the trainer was saying or if some of the people really didn't listen to her. Though there was one amusing thing and that was a woman treating her grandson exactly the same as the dog. "Good lure. Good boy! Good girl (pups name)!" The class doesn't use clickers but said they didn't mind if we did. They use only positive reinforcement as far as we can see and one of the trainers has trained under Gwen Bailey and met her beauceron, Spider, so was super excited we'd be bringing ours.
Now I need to get back to work sorting out the house so we're done in time. Thanks again all