Max Is A Jumper

Discussion in 'Obedience Training' started by Sameeee, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. MaryK Honored Member

    Fabulous! Well he deserves a treat for working so hard:D And I'm sure you don't mind giving him them either:D 10 minutes is great as he's only just started. LOL he'll be looking to do marathons soon!
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  2. Sameeee Well-Known Member

    the treadmill gets a workout every day it was the best thing I could get, first thing in the morning Max gets 15 min's working up to more each day , my turn 30 mins . then hubby he only gets 10 min's untill doc says he can do more, then Max gets to go outside to play ball. I have to stay out with Max he has found so many ways to get out of the vinyl fence I put up. plus went out the other day and something big took out a 2 foot sq of the fence. thinking it was one of the other dogs that was giving Max probs. so this weekend son is gona help me put up a 6 ft high chainlink fence, Max is not as hiper as he was but has a long way to go to get him settled down.
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  3. MaryK Honored Member

    That's great that Max is working up his time on the treadmill and that you and your husband are both benefiting too(y)

    Sorry to hear about the fence but glad your son is going to help put up the chain link one, that should keep unwelcome dogs out and Max in!(y)

    Some dogs stay very young adolescent, for ages, Max may be one of those dogs. Keep playing and walking him on the treadmill and maybe try some 'search' games inside for him. These do mentally tire out a dog, thus making them less 'hyper'. Easy to set up too, just 'hide' something he knows and loves in different spots around the house and then ask him to find them.
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  4. southerngirl Honored Member

    Boxers are known to act like a three year old there whole life, they never really grow up.
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  5. MaryK Honored Member

    You've reminded me Southerngirl, Dr. Harry, a T.V. Vet over here calls Boxers the 'clowns' of the dog world, in the nicest possible sense of course, he adores them.:D
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  6. Sameeee Well-Known Member

    I can really tell when Max has not walked on the treadmill. he bounces off the walls. and it's not helping with the fence down he has to go out on the leash again. uped his time on the treadmill to 3 times a day. and son is gona put in the posts for the chain link fence today. hope I can get the fence up in a few days so Max can go out to play again.
    your right about him staying a puppy. a BIG puppy. I love Max he is a smart boy. and I am doing my best and what I can to calm him down so we can all live in peace.
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  7. MaryK Honored Member

    I bet you can tell when Max hasn't walked on his treadmill. Hope the fence is up again soon, so he can have a free play time. LOL he'll stay a BIG BIG puppy for ages yet, don't you just love him so much, gotta love the perrenial teenager:love::love:
  8. Sameeee Well-Known Member

    son got the fence posts in yesterday. and I got the gates up. will be tomorrow before I can start putting the chain link up. will be so glad when I get it done and can just open the door and let Max out to play without the leash.
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  9. MaryK Honored Member

    So glad to hear that Sameeee. You won't know yourself and LOL neither will Max:LOL:
  10. Sameeee Well-Known Member

    taking longer than I hoped to get the fence up but getting there gona try to get the rest up today. the weather is gona be nice so crossing fingers and toes lol. will post a pic when done.
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  11. MaryK Honored Member

    Crossing everything too. Hope it's up by now. Oh yes, please do post pics.

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