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From: Callie (71.52.195.56)
Subject:         that's awesome
Date: March 26, 2009 at 9:41 pm PST

In Reply to: thanks to everyone posted by julie on March 26, 2009 at 6:28 am:

It IS a process -- and often it takes 6 months to a year to really UNDERSTAND this new dog ... because particularly with a dog with an unknown background, it takes a good long while to really ferret out behaviors.

Depending on what your home situation is (and remember, I'm in another hot climate -- altho where you are hot and 'dry' my climate is hot and STEAMY which is also incredibly debilitating) -- you can do a lot of exercise right inside. Even a raw bone frozen and then let them work hard on it, or put that bone thru the dishwasher and then stuff it with pureed veg and freeze it -- get them really interested in working on something like that can help. Also just plain tossing a couple of toys the full length of a house can wear them out.

I know one of Daryl's favorite games with her jack russell is to take an EMPTY Kong out in the back yard and just throw it -- because the Kong is a weird shape it doesn't bounce NORMALLY. It doesn't go in a straight path so there's a lot of zigging and zagging to it.


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