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Old 01-12-2015, 05:56 AM
Alexandersmom Alexandersmom is offline
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I just found your forum and so thrilled to find a place to talk bouv! I have a 5 month old fawn puppy and am so looking forward to starting his obedience training this week. We also have 2 Japanese Chins aged 6 and 8 and a Shih Tzu age 7.
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Old 01-14-2015, 12:18 PM
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Hi there and welcome to the forum. It's good to see someone that wants to actually talk Bouviers. We have a lot of readers but they have a tendency to just read and not talk so much.

It sounds like you have a mixed bag there. How does the Bouvier get along with the others and visa versa? We had a miniature Dachshund for a lot of years that help raise several litters of puppies. Even after they grew up, they still respected the little guy as if he was bigger than they were. It was lots of fun and very interesting seeing the dynamics between him and the Bouviers. Of course there is always something of interest going on with a Bouvier around.

Again, welcome to the forum.

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Old 01-14-2015, 01:02 PM
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Just came back from our 1st class and he did very well - they are such smart dogs when they want to be! The oldest Chin is the top dog, you would think with all the times he has gone after Alex he would learn, but noooo, he just wags his butt and comes back for more!
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Old 02-01-2015, 04:42 PM
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It's funny how dogs can act like they are really mad or going to kill the other one but they don't. On the other hand, they also know when the other dog is very serious when they give that "one more step and you are dead!" look. They do eventually learn though.

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