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  • Billie_TinaBillie_Tina California
    How cote, they're taking turns:)
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Thx Tina, Memphis is still unsure lol watching big bro Moose handle it :)
    Hope Billie’ enjoying the sleep in’s still ;)
    Sorry you had to see all my washing :|
  • Billie_TinaBillie_Tina California
    I'm sure Memphis got the hang of it by now and now they're both playing with the new toy :)
    And yes, Billie is sleeping in every morning, lol. BTW, I've been incorporating "just keep walking" on out outings and she's been responding well :)
    I've also noticed lately that Billie doesn't take S**t from any dogs... she's very sweet and submissive, but if the other dog barks aggressively or tries to lunge towards her, she immediately will get into fight mode and try to attack...I've been working with her on the command "stand down" , I hope she masters that command soon. I often wondered and was concerned if she would be able to fight/protect herself if need be bc she is so sweet and submissive and now I know she can hold her own, lol.
    I hope Moose and Memphis are doing well :)
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Thanks Tina!
    The boys are so buggered from trekking on the beach morning (1hr) that they haven’t played on their rope much lol and then they get another long walk at 4pm. so they sleep well for me. If I have time they will play extra but I have a busy schedule to run lol!

    Glad the commands are working for you.
    It’s very challenging sometimes when walking I know.
    Moose had his real first dog fight a few weeks back. I thought I posted this somewhere but maybe it deleted by mistake. Poor boy copped a few teeth wounds but he didn’t bite (penetrate) the other dog so I know he didn’t take it to the next level. It looked and sounded real scary. He even let his anal glands go :( so he was stressed/scared and luckily there were two adults with the other dog so we managed the situation and could get Memphis out of the way. It didn’t work playwise with Memphis in the middle and this is how the tension began. I’m so glad moose didn’t fight as such so I know his ‘fight’ trigger didn’t switch on yet and we haven’t had a situation like this since. He generally walks away from dogs he’s not interested in.
    Moose can also get real sus with certain people. He gives them a dirty look and I get uncomfortable. A lovely lady complemented on them and he started to growl at her - gee it didn’t look good :#
    Sometimes it’s what they wear and he just keeps eyeing them off. I keep the ‘walk straight’ stern command but they are stubborn beasts. Memphis is still just curious puppy friendly but Moose can get protective I think. Most times it’s pretty chill and we have a great time. Regular walkers know us but there’s always the frightened ones and crappy little snappy dogs. They should be muzzled not mine.

    Had a wild thought the other night. Should get a TShirt designed:

    with a black outline of a Bullie on a white T
    Whattta you think?
    I love the idea and could rock this Tee lol

    Glad you’re still writing, it’s been quiet lately.

    Kisses for Billie and enjoy your times together. :)
  • Billie_TinaBillie_Tina California
    Omg, poor Moose! Im so sorry he got bit, that must of been so scary for all involved! I had a hard time controlling Billie and had to stand strong with a firm grip while holding her back and walking away.
    And the shirt idea is awesome!! You could definitely rock it :)
    Why are little dogs such yappy little s**t starters?, lol
  • jur45jur45 australia
    I think it’s got a lot to do with the owners Tina but idk there are some nice ones too thank goodness.
    Moose had a spasm again omg ????
    It’s been a few weeks since last one idk
    Have to visit the vet to investigate but otherwise he had a ball on the beach, lots of play and run, even after the small spasm.
    Take care
  • Billie_TinaBillie_Tina California
    Omg, I'm so sorry to hear Moose had another spasm! I hope the vet is able to figure out whats causing it and is able find a solution for him. Im glad he still had a grand time playing :)
    Keep us updated on what the vet says.
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Thx Tina. He’s come a long way since being unwell with allergy/foot issues etc but this spasm thing is puzzling and sets us back when I think ‘gee everything’s working’ but yes I will keep you updated but I’m not that sure they will come up with much but definitely will show them all I’ve documented
    (Kept dates, times etc) :)
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