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Old July 19th, 2013, 12:06 PM
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Your puppy is very cute, but looks like he was very young when you got him. I have to agree that walking away and not playing is a good strategy. Have a pen area set up for him and leave him in it. Soft squeaky toys are not a good plan given that eventually a puppy will tear them to pieces and probably swallow some of it. This can be fatal. Try to find some harder rubber toys that are not going to rip apart. Kongs are good. Biting takes time to break and heelers are nippers. Please also remember that dogs are pack animals and do not like being left alone, especially the very young.
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