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Jumabaar   

*ahem*

Behaviourist speaking. Everyone hold your breath.

Oh thank dogness. Someone who can translate what i was intending/trying to say with out any of my muff ups!!

That is one SERIOUSLY adorable puppy!!

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Great posts from qualified and helpful peeps who don't get their info straight from google. :cheer:

Hopefully now the thread can get back on track. :laugh: If we're really lucky.

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corvus   

Hopefully now the thread can get back on track. :laugh: If we're really lucky.

Provided I don't post any photos of my adorable puppy. ;)

It's okay, Jumabaar, it was not really a muff up and I'm sure most people understood.

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Hopefully now the thread can get back on track. :laugh: If we're really lucky.

Provided I don't post any photos of my adorable puppy. ;)

It's okay, Jumabaar, it was not really a muff up and I'm sure most people understood.

:laugh: Well we do have a lovely piccie of handsome Boags .... surely just one more couldn't hurt. :provoke:

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Nic.B   

Thank you, Willem, for sharing your degree of agreement with me. I'm sure that is useful information to someone.

:laugh: Nice!

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Nic.B   

Such great advice from experienced, compassionate, proactive professionals who have endless years of hands on experience, particularly with senior dogs. I personally know Powerlegs and Stelnmes care and commitment for senior dogs, truly amazing stuff, such an important role. Oldies are truly so special, always so very individual in their needs, it requires a holistic approach. We lost our darling old Kelpie Bella at 17 not that long ago. We took it a day at a time, everything we had done with Bella during her life with us (she was one amazing dog!) went out the window toward the end of her senior years :laugh: lets just say there was a lot of flexibility involved each day and god we laughed at times . It was very much a journey, I am so honoured we were able to have shared that experience with Bella . The thought of Bella being knowingly forced into a state of distress during this time is something I can not even begin to contemplate. For the OP, your little man is gorgeous :heart: enjoy this time and these experiences together. Find the humour in it all and remember we all get old. I am seriously going to be a major PIA if I get to that stage and have given the kids an idea of what they are in for :D

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Nic.B   

Interesting link . https://pethelpful.com/dogs/A-New-Study-May-Forever-Change-the-Way-We-Train-Our-Dogs there is another link to what has been released further down. I am not in any way spruiking this study, though it is an interesting study/read (for me) and something for each of us to digest no matter if a committed, responsible owner, trainer, behaviourist, vet, those of us working with dogs in any role.

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