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New buddy for Zelda

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I didn't comment ...I was too stunned by the lovely photo ............. how caaaalllmmmmm  ;) 

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Teebs   

Why is there only one photo!! Give

me more!!! Lol!!

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juice   

I have tried and they are too big and no idea how to resize , will get kids to look for me ! 

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juice   

Rare picture of Zelda on her back legs , her play mode is to grab Barbies front legs, whereas Barbie is a jumper and bouncer .

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juice   

They get on great , not left alone yet . She does have a lot of issues we are working on , terrified of the outside world and men , which is hard when you have a teenage boy in the house she is petrified of . But she is a sweat heart so going to keep trying . 

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Warms the heart.  And feel for the teen, not a joy for either of them, hope it works out with them both being comfortable.

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On 6/19/2018 at 5:13 PM, juice said:

They get on great , not left alone yet . She does have a lot of issues we are working on , terrified of the outside world and men , which is hard when you have a teenage boy in the house she is petrified of . But she is a sweat heart so going to keep trying . 

Re the teenaged boy.  Sometimes things happen without we humans being able to understand.  A couple of things I thought about, though.  Does your boy use any products - deodorant, hairspray/shampoo etc etc.  I wonder if changing all of these would make any difference?  Trying to think of things that may have unhappy and/or scary associations for Barbie?  Is he tall or bulky?  Barbie may think he is a male towering over her and, in her mind, inserting himself into her personal space.  

 

She is such a sweetheart and your lad probably is too, Juice.  Would be so good if her fears could be turned around and they became friends.   

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RuralPug   

I actually got the impression from Juice's post above that Barbie is scared of all men, and the teenage son just falls into that category for her.
I have met many dogs that are slow to warm up to strangers of one gender but are quite happy with strangers of the opposite gender.
Time is the only real cure and seeing other dogs in the household giving love and cuddles to the scary gender always helps!

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