We've Got A New Baby Boy!!!

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An Aussie too. Jackson Thomas Parsons is now 7 weeks old and the apple of the wife's eye. I kinda find him cute too, It's a lot of work to take care of him, but I'm up the task, even at 61. It's been a long time without a young'un and I forgot how good it feels. First dog we've had no reaction with my son or my wife who have pretty bad allergies.

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Damon's best friend!


So in your 67 year career, you've never paid attention to what dogs are the most chronic pisser retards?
Yeah, cause a responsible owner can never train a dog.....AND - I have no idea how to deal with the problem. Know any professionals? :icon_rolleyes:

P.S. - Chihuahuas are the absolute worst.
 
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Rufo looks incredibly intelligent and quite a character, Damon.
I am curious, is he people friendly?
Yes. But he is the typical stoic German Shepherd. He is stand offish until he sees the person I’m talking with is a friend. Then he’s a big puppy. Honestly, the most intelligent dog i’ve ever owned and is all about being part of the family.
 
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Cute dog, but man, that breed is just straight up pissers. They know when you’re not looking. We’ve all been in homes with those little dogs that “never pee” in the house.

Sorry Willy. Not trying to be a Dick-Wiener I just see what those little things do to carpets all the time. It is a cutie though. Ask @TConway , he has two of those cute little buggers.
 
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at least he'll stay small.

mine used to be small but not anymore and the hair lol

here's my red n black hes 1 1/2 yr old now.
at 4 mos he didnt want to go for a walk he wanted to stay and play with the kids. my wife had sent me this pic we also call him lil jerk
 
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And I've been to places where the owners took the time to train the animal properly. Even a Chihuahua and those little beasts are the worst offenders can be trained if you take the time and care to do it. Look how we've civilized Chavez.
 
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And I've been to places where the owners took the time to train the animal properly. Even a Chihuahua and those little beasts are the worst offenders can be trained if you take the time and care to do it. Look how we've civilized Chavez.
Yeah but he still pisses in the corner when nobody is looking.
 
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From my experience it's the owners of small dogs. Not the dogs themselves. Obviously it isn't every small dog owner, so no one get offended.
Many people buy small dogs because they think that they are less work. A dog is only as good as the work you put in.
When I think of small dogs I think of an older person in a campground screaming the name of the dog over and over again trying to get it to come back to them. Because if the first 25 times they screamed its name weren't effective, the 26th time might work.
 
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Well I just wanted to let you know he^s catching on really quick. I spend a lot of time in the backyard with him and he seems to be catching on to the routine quite well. He has had a few accidents but he likes the treat and praise when he releases his flow and turd. He's become my little shadow and he's quite the comedian and very good with the grandkids. What a great little boy.
 
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From my experience it's the owners of small dogs. Not the dogs themselves. Obviously it isn't every small dog owner, so no one get offended.
Many people buy small dogs because they think that they are less work. A dog is only as good as the work you put in.
When I think of small dogs I think of an older person in a campground screaming the name of the dog over and over again trying to get it to come back to them. Because if the first 25 times they screamed its name weren't effective, the 26th time might work.
Like the lady who named her dog Titswinkle.
 

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