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Old 07-21-2010, 02:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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age to start on spring pole?

i know is WAY to early to start him on it (hes 6 weeks) but just wondering when he can? im playing on making him a nice set up so this will give me a time frame to work with

thanks for all the help guys im sure im asking alot of questions
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Old 07-21-2010, 04:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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not a hunderd percent but i started softly playing high tug when they would play but didn't hang the spring pole until after they are done teething. Make sure t is low enough for his feet to still touch the ground at first. and gradually raise it.
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so when hes done losing his teeth he can start..?
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onyx is just about 5mo and he has started to lose his teeth. around 10-12mo i hear new teeth are solidified and good to go. anthing prior to that they are still soft and run a chance or dislodging and breaking
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I start mine at 5-6 weeks. Just don't have he jumping off the ground. I let mine be low enough they can get the idea. You don't want to be "conditioning" them at this age
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I start mine at 5-6 weeks. Just don't have he jumping off the ground. I let mine be low enough they can get the idea. You don't want to be "conditioning" them at this age
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cool thanks for the input thats what i was looking for!
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Old 07-29-2010, 11:48 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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I start mine at 5-6 weeks. Just don't have he jumping off the ground. I let mine be low enough they can get the idea. You don't want to be "conditioning" them at this age
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What kind of material are you using. I often tug with the puppies and flirt pole I had one pull a tooth on the spring and just decided to wait a little longer.
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