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Old 07-31-2009, 03:45 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I’m with Patch and Performance! Puppies need to be puppies. Right now your puppy’s bones are still growing and joints are still developing. Trying to bring along a pup too quickly will only destroy its structure and development. At this age even taking your pup on walks that are too long can jeopardize its long term heath. All our pup needs is lots of fun walks and plenty of playtime. All you want to do with a pup is set the groundwork for a fit adult dog. You want to get them excited about exercising (ie) playtime and walks. The biggest factor in a dogs muscle development and definition is genetics and I can’t stress that enough. Your dog is either breed with it or not. You can bring out a dogs potential, but you cannot make your dog something that is not in its genetic makeup. You can do things early that will give your pup all it need to bring out it potential. I’ve never start working a set program with my dogs until they’re were at least 12 months old. P.S. That's a great signature photo!!!! Very cute pup!!!
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Old 10-16-2009, 01:25 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I LOVE flirt poles!
We use both a PVC flirt and a Buggy Whip Flirt...each for different goals in mind. The PVC flirt when used with an adult dog can create a tug of war/chase game with your dog while the Buggy Whip has quicker movement.
PVC Flirt...approx. $15.00
Buggy Whip Flirt...approx. $20-$25
Have fun with your pup! Don't overdo it and remember...all you have with your dog is time so don't go overkill right now!

**edited to add I am not selling flirt poles, simply giving price on making your own**
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