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- 01 Dec 2009, 14:57
- Forum: Training Issues
- Topic: Recall and jumping - HELP!!!
- Replies: 27
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Oh this sounds way to familiar!!!! Bella is probably at her worst just now for running away when off her lead and jumping up at people passing!!! She will be 8mths on 13th Dec so very much a little teenager with attitude!!! I have stopped running after her as its like a game of dodge ball!!!! Runs t...
I was wondering if you guys can shed some light on this for me. I have noticed for a while now that Bellas hips/bottom of back seems to click when she sits down and walks. I first noticed this when i pushed her back end down trying to get her to sit and it felt like something popping in and out of s...
I have been considering getting Bella spayed (7mths) and was also thing about before or after season. Apart from the obvious, what are the other benefits of getting them speyed? ive been told they calm down alot(not as bouncy,wild)? Or is this rubbish? Also, how much blood is lost during their seaso...
Oh dear!!! glad someone mentioned this subject as its been going through my mind too :shock: !!! I have no choice but to put tree up as normal as my girls would have something to say (and at 2 and 3yrs it wouldnt be fair not to :) ). I have a feeling that this year will be a year never to forget!! N...
I chose to go for a doodle beacause my utmost priority were my kids. I searched the interent for weeks and doodles always came up top for having the best temperament. I know i have made the right choice!! Shes superb with my girls, very obedient(in house not so much out at the park! :lol: ) and the ...
- 10 Sep 2009, 20:32
- Forum: Health Matters
- Topic: Fussy eater not putting on weight
- Replies: 15
- Views: 2160
Mums doodle is a really fussy eater - not eating much at all. She gets her to eat hers by mixing a small amount of sardines to her meal. Although, im not sure this just encourages them to be fussy??
Where do you get these Furninators?? Bella has decided she LOVES mud!! Especially since its rained for about 2weeks solid - there is lots of it!! :shock: Im having to brush her alot to get the dried dirt out her as i dont want to bath her too often ( she gets a bath about once every 2 weeks however ...
- 18 Aug 2009, 09:32
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Labradoodles and Children with Special Needs
- Replies: 22
- Views: 2412
Bella is 18weeks and i have two children, aged 3 1/2 and 22mths ( 3 if you include my husband!! :lol: ) :lol: I find Bella has the best nature with them, sits and gets cuddles, gives cuddles, however she is vvvv bouncy and boisterious! She walks perfect off the lead and is great at recall, untill sh...
I had the same problem with Bella and was suprised how common this is!! She hasnt done it now for a few weeks so im hoping shes outgrown it(shes now 16wks). It is disgusting and something that you get quite cross at but hopefully he will outgrow it too. I found that she was eating it when it was ver...
The pics dont really show her colour well. Her face is cream but she has alot of apricot on her back and tail (at the roots) god knows what shes going to end up like!! Will need to get Rosie on nowmargaret5000 wrote:She is lighter in colour than Waldo I think.
They are great together! At first when Bella was biting etc they were a bit wary but now Rowan, my eldest, loves her. Its actually touching to see because although Bellas only 16weeks, they are best of buddies. She even trys to sit on Rowans knee!!! Fern, my youngest,will take her or leave her. Bell...
Ive eventually got round to downloading pics of Bella. They are not great but she wont sit long enough!!! Most pics of her are jumping to bite camara!! http://i724.photobucket.com/albums/ww243/lynsj1/100_2207-1.jpg http://i724.photobucket.com/albums/ww243/lynsj1/100_2209-1.jpg http://i724.photobucke...
- 04 Aug 2009, 17:06
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Channel 5 News Special Report at 5pm and 7pm Tonight
- Replies: 12
- Views: 1941
Im watching and in tears - these people should be shot