Last edited by Lonnie Spann; 02-12-2013 at 06:45 PM.
Lonnie, yes it's dangerous but I love it!! And on the story of your Grandfather I'm sorry to hear that, and that's a good bull name!!
He doesn't buck.
Last edited by Keith Stroyan; 02-12-2013 at 07:00 PM.
Ya that's what my vet said! I was just wondering if I need to her get out before 16 weeks.
On the bull.. Strap a flank on em and jump on, you never know might have a superstar on your hands!! Lol
Here in Southern California with the parvo virus being so common I play it safe and keep my pups pretty much isolated.
I hear both sides from the training group on a regular basis, everything from you're doing the right thing to "you can bring the parvo virus home on your shoes or on the other dogs".
I do pay the price as far as socializing the pup goes, my newest pup was stand offish when I first took her out. As soon as I am able I put the pup on the social fast track, she goes everywhere and she is introduced to everyone that wants to meet her.
I'd rather play it safe than to be sorry.
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