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    DefaultImmature Dog?

    Hi,

    I have a 10 month old chocolate that has been a very slow learner, but it seems as though within the past two weeks I have a different dog. He is responding much better to commands, stopped wetting in the house, sleeps through the night in his kennel, and it seems his attention span is just so much better.

    Anybody have any experience like this? I've had labs my whole life and never experienced such a change.

    Thanks

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    Chester B. Dickens is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Immature Dog?

    When the lightbulbs finally go on inside those gorgeous, boxy heads, it can be a thing og beauty. :educated: :educated:

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    kaytris is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Immature Dog?

    I found that once Tristan was snipped, he started using the brain in his head a lot more.

    Night and day, the difference in his attention span

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    JustineNYC Guest

    DefaultRe: Immature Dog?

    Quote Originally Posted by kaytris
    I found that once Tristan was snipped, he started using the brain in his head a lot more.

    Night and day, the difference in his attention span
    I found the same thing with my female.

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