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  1. There is a good group on FB, called Coat Color and Genetics. I know nothing about the genetics behind colors myself.
  2. My pup was 5 pounds when I got her, roughly the same size as yours. She was healthy, just a small pup, and is still somewhat small at 2 years and 33 pounds.
  3. I don’t know them personally, but they have good bloodlines.
  4. I think the smooth coated dogs I have shed more than the rough coats I used to have.
  5. That looks like an Aussie... That's super talented!
  6. No, I was referring to Gentle Lake's response. The "maybe do some research" part seemed like it could have been put differently.
  7. Yeah, your response came across to me as a little snarky too...
  8. Mine are about 11 months. I’d start getting concerned if they didn’t have their first cycle by 18 months.
  9. This is far beyond what people online can help with. You need to find a good trainer and take her to see them and see if they can help you. Whereabouts are you? Maybe someone can recommend some trainers in your area.
  10. OP, I'm not far from you, in WA. Are you on FB? There are some good local raw dog food groups, that have some companies and butchers they recommend, as well as just folks who are needing to get rid of freezer burnt meat, etc.
  11. Well, he may just need those kongs or chew toys. But you can teach him to settle by teaching him to hold a place on his bed, gradually increasing the duration until he learns to just take a nap when he is told to go to his bed.
  12. I’ve heard of cases where the dog slipped on the slippery kitchen floor and hurt or scared themselves, and are avoiding it because of that. Do you think that’s a possibility, especially if he was chasing/roughhousing with the pup in the kitchen and wiped out?
  13. I agree with her, 100% and usually do that with my dogs.
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