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- Snot Nose Bully Pup
- Posts: 121
- Location: Florida
I would not play tug with him until he has stopped losing teeth and the replacements are in and not wiggly.
Inside me is a thin woman trying to get out. I usually shut the bitch up with a martini.
- Evil Overlord
- Posts: 17232
- Location: Rochester, NY
On November 29 2006, wrote:
I would not play tug with him until he has stopped losing teeth and the replacements are in and not wiggly.Exactly!
I read that the tug is supposed to be high enough that they had to jump to get it But not for a pup!!!I would wait with that until he's 1 year old at least,until all paws should touch the ground.He can injure himself very fast if you let him jump at that early age(hips,tooth etc)
"Winners aren't born...they're made.And they're made just like anything else...through hard work.That's the price we'll have to pay to achive that goal."
- Full of Bully
- Posts: 1979
- Location: NY
Once he's mature and you can let him really go at it I love having a pulley system set up!
I can raise and lower it anytime even while they're playing.
Your bracing might end up being a little low once he's mature.
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- Location: Watertown NY
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