10 Responses to “Ninja Pooper”

    • Pittie Mom

      Thanks for mentioning Petsmart/BSL; didn’t realize that. Googled it and read a few articles…I don’t go to Petsmart but good to know.

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    • galindathegood91

      It was a Petsmart and I had no idea about the BSL. So, yes, good dog, except I stepped in it and I adore all dogs. So, Sage needs to work on her targeting!

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  1. Linda B

    Pet stores have too many temptations. I bring a towel and put my pups in the shopping cart.

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  2. Pittie Mom

    Five Chi’s? Sage, your parents are remarkable, you lucky pup to have so many siblings …you are a cutie.

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    • galindathegood91

      She and her siblings are very loved, even when they do terrible things. We never expected to have five dogs, but two became three and then Sage and her sister Kiwi went into rescue and since we have experience with rescue chis, especially poorly socialized ones, we were a logical home for the wee boos. They are doing so well now and everyone gets along. And five wagging tails with attached wiggle bums make any day a great day!

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      • Frances Wren

        HiGalindathegood91
        I have a chihuahua (4 years old). She had a bad beginning, and I was wondering if you have any advice for me regarding socializing. She is very loving but extremely protective of us. She gets so nervous but wants to be friends with other people and dogs.

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        • galindathegood91

          Sorry, I totally missed this reply until now, almost a year later. How is your chi doing? Our big thing with our pups is to positively reinforce any good social cues. They go and sniff a new person’s feet, we treat. They see another dog out for a walk, we treat. They don’t get protective, we treat. We will also remove them from being protective by putting them on the floor, off our laps, etc. but make sure they still feel safe. If your wee one starts to associate treats and love with new experiences she will start to seek them out as long as she feels safe.

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