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It as also hilarious to watch Whitney and Gurgi come away with white fluffy mouthfulls of hair when the were playing with Sierra. Whitney and Gurgi have short hair and when they play they just graze the skin of the other, usually. Sierras fluffiness threw them off a bit because they couldn't get close to her skin. It took them a while to figure out that they needed to push through the fur in order to nip her.
The dogs had a great time and it just reinforced my belief that you experience a more full canine experience when there are more than one dog together in a pack. In order to properly track the Gurgi Destruction I need to make regular updates.
I recently got a new job and, surprisingly that takes up a large chunk of your day. Anyways, There has only been one major piece of destruction, one of the new Dining Room chairs. He tried to eat it. He did it while I was on a phone interview. See, I thought I was safe because I had just taken them for a walk where we went oh, a mile and a half or so.
We also stopped in the park where Whitney and Gurgi ran around like we feed them crack we don't. I thought I was safe to do a phone interview for three quarters of an hour or so. It seems that Gurgi wasn't tired and Whitney wouldn't play with him and he was bored with his toys and the two greenies I had given them so he decided eat our chair. Here, see for yourself: He has also been eating lots of grass and not the normal eating long grass as you walk by.
He started digging little holed in the sod Which is only a month or so old and then eating it. I know because I pick up after they leave enough presents. Other than the destruction of my ten year old Jade tree Which hadn't survived the trip from Cali - but that is not the point that's all for the destruction update. Now that Gurgi has all of his shots we are taking them to Cottonwood Kennels, just outside of Boulder once a week for a puppy playdate. They got their first report card last week and it was really funny.
They both really liked it and got very complimentary marks. Whitney was pretty independent and made friends with another Boxer and a lab also named Whitney. Gurgi was a bit apprehensive at time and tended to stick close to is two legged playmates. But he did make a few friends and came home exhausted from his first day.
Why do we take them? Not only just to spoil them, since we don't have two legged children yet, but to give them something two legged companions can't. A sense of 'The Pack. We also want to give them the chance to get away from protecting our back yard from the golfers that continually play through - that can be very tiring defending our yard from golfers, golf balls and golf carts. They get to hang out with a real pack of dogs for the day and we get two very tired puppies in the evening that just want to sleep on a pet bed.
All of our puppies have destroyed stuff. One of the items destroyed that they have all had in common is their pet-beds. Gurgi is no exception and we came home from dinner to find the pet-bed in the side yard in tatters. There were fluffs of stuffing all over the place. Having gone through the puppy destruction phase several times now in the last four years I have come to realize that it is a healthy if slightly stressful occurrence to go through.
I look at it from two perspectives. First that I never know how I am going to be entertained by imagining how in the hell a little twenty pound four legged little 'monster' managed to get almost all of the stuffing out of a zipped up cover. Second, I have learned that it is prudent to be slightly paranoid before leaving the puppy's on their own for several hours.
Having gone through this before it really made me laugh when I looked over the fence and saw Gurgi sitting in the middle of his mess looking so happy because we were home. However it also reminded me that as funny as these situations are to me they are important teaching situations. I have to hide my amusement from him and pretend to be upset so I can use this to teach and reinforce the behavioral rules that we want him to learn.
This way when He is a lean mean boxer machine like Whitney he will know what He can attack and destroy his toys, rawhides, and Whitney and other four legged friends and what he must leave alone our stuff. By being consistent with the house behavior rules we will surely encourage a puppy that is well behaved in any situation, even if we are not in his primary den.
Our new pack member is adjusting well. He has a slight case of the sniffles but the vet is treating that with antibiotics and an anti-histamine. He really likes to play with his friend Whitney and can't wait until he can go out in to the world at large and meet everyone else. Gurgi does some funny things. When he isn't sleeping he incessently wakes Whitney up so she can play with him.
I don't feel to sory for her though, she did the same thing to Clyde. He runs around and around the couch and then into the living room with his toys. In the early morning while everyone is still sleepy he barks and barks excitedly at us mostly Whitney as loud as he can and jumps up in the air or leans forward on his paws in the typical 'play' position. Outside they are now allowed on the lawn in the backyard. I have to seperate them to practice sit and down and fetch. Gurgi can do sit and fetch with some degree of success but the down isn't something he understands yet.
He will also loves to chase or be chased by Whitney aroud the yard. Also, like Whitney, he doesn't trust the golfers who play through behind our yard.
Gurgi does some not so funny things. Everyone knows about the negatives of raising a puppy. Here are some things that are not to funny. We are having to do the tough love approach to feeding. At breakfast, lunch and dinner both pups only get 15 minutes of access to thier food because Gurgi only wants Whitneys food and won't eat his if she is looking at him.
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