Dog

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by Farmer jr, Nov 17, 2018.

  1. Farmer jr

    Farmer jr Chirping

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    This is sugar my actual bird dog she is a German short haird pointer IMG_20181117_213956447.jpg
     
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  2. NoFlyBackFarm

    NoFlyBackFarm Crowing

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    :DOh my goodness!! So cute! You selling?;)
     
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  3. Farmer jr

    Farmer jr Chirping

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    Definitely not she is mine :D
     
  4. NoFlyBackFarm

    NoFlyBackFarm Crowing

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    Ahhhhhhh man! She is absolutely stunning!
     
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  5. penny1960

    penny1960 Going back to La La Land

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    Beautiful, stunning what about her friend ?
    and the kitty is nice very nice
     
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  6. MissChick@dee

    [email protected] Crowing

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    F72AE3A1-4007-4C82-92D5-091429C2BEBD.jpeg Dunno.... looks like your puppy needs to chill~lax!
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    Mine likes to sleep in the bed when I get up.
    My husband doesn’t even notice :lau
     
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  7. Farmer jr

    Farmer jr Chirping

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    She sleeps with me under the covers beside me
     
  8. Farmer jr

    Farmer jr Chirping

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    Do you know how to get a gun shy dog not gun shy because she is gunshy
     
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  9. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    Don't have guns. But I think maybe starting with a cap pistol- away from the dog to lessen her fear. Then very gradually move closer to her,so the noise is louder. Be reassuring and tell her what a good dog she is when she is calmer.

    That's as far as I'd go. I'd probably be as upset over the noise of a real gun as she would.
    You would need a good, professional trainer - that doesn't force or abuse dogs, to take over.
     
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  10. 007Sean

    007Sean Enabler

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    I had field trial Weimaraner, that absolutely loved to hear a gun shot. If you didn't shoot, it would try to bite the barrel to make it shoot! Took awhile to break him of that bad habit.
    Also had a German Shorthair, loved that dog! You have a very nice looking one, too!
     
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