Kash, our Border Collie-Aussie mix puppy has almost quit his puppy biting! That is now that I took some drastic measures to get him to realize that it is no longer going to be tolerated. After biting me for no reason, I grabbed his front leg and chomped down on it until he yipped. He got up and slowly walked away from me in disbelief and laid down.
The next time he was out of control in a biting frenzy. I rolled up a newspaper and whacked him on the butt after he bit my arm. Now, I am not one for hitting a dog, much less a puppy, but we had tried all the methods the experts are teaching to no avail. These methods finally got through to Kash, our little head-strong critter.
Kash the Dog
So our dog training guide is getting a work out. We are training Kash to shake, shake right paw, shake left paw, count to five with his paw, and am going to try to get him to tap dance with his front feet. (I don’t know about that last one). The way the author of our dog training guide teaches, it is very easy to implement and carry out. I appreciate that.
Kash is still eating his healthy dog food without complaint. He likes it dry or with warm water mixed in. I did sneak him in some chicken meat the other day. I think he really liked that. He is 33+ pounds now – all lean, hard muscle. I didn’t think a 4-5 month old puppy could have muscles this hard and strong already.
When he comes in after a great run in the woods, sometimes he licks his feet. At that point, you can smell them. My wife hates it. She says it’s the smell of speed. I agree. He is so blazing fast.
Kash the Dog
Remember, if you think your dog is too fat, YOU are not exercising enough.
PS. I just received some great advice from Sharda, the author of Dog Food Dangers. She never ceases to amaze me with the information on what are the best dog foods and what never to feed your dog. She is the dog food guru! To learn more about her Dog Food Secrets click on this link –> www.dogfooddangers.com