Grooming time = play time?
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  1. #1
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    Mar 2007

    DefaultGrooming time = play time?

    I could use some ideas here. So Boo isn't afraid of her brush or nail clippers but for some reason she has made the association that they are signs that is it playtime when they come out. She practically but tucks when she sees them.

    So far I have tried treats, wearing her out first or trying to groom her when she is on her leash without much success.

    At least baths are easy...

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    Skubaa Guest

    DefaultRe: Grooming time = play time?

    Can you have them out all the time so she sees them in any sitution? Put them by her food when she is eating, put them by her crate/bed when she is resting, heck--string em around your neck or hang em off a belt loop. We did this with the door bell. Rang it just for nothing during the day so it wasn't always meaning someone at the door.


  4. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2006

    DefaultRe: Grooming time = play time?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skubaa
    put them by her crate/bed when she is resting
    I did this with Davis. Worked great!


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