by StayCivil on 11 December 2019 - 18:12
Thanks everyone! Duke nd Emory your first hand experience is especially helpful. You all basically reaffirmed what the breeder(Sequoyah) was telling me. I have had a good feeling about them the entire time and went and watched them work their dogs. They have a great guarantee as well. I have been lurking and researching for some time, but this feedback on the exact mating is priceless. I appreciate everybody's comments. What toys do yall recommend I have on hand when she gets here? I mean like tugs? Jute or bite suit material? Do i need to start a new thread?
by Western Rider on 11 December 2019 - 20:12
This thread is fine for training toys also
by emoryg on 12 December 2019 - 10:12
As far as toys, I would check with the breeder. There’s a pretty good chance your pup will already be playing with toys and rags and they can help point you in the right direction as well as provide instruction on how to use them. Don’t forget the nose. There’s no nose like a puppy nose for learning good habits that will benefit you down the road.
One last thing, I appreciate the commitment some have to the pup they bring home, but there’s nothing wrong with finding it a new home if he/she doesn’t work out, or adding a second dog that better meets your needs if you can’t part ways. The breeder may be able to work with you on this if needed. Best of luck!
by StayCivil on 13 December 2019 - 19:12