What good news. I remember when we had our rescue Greyhound too. He loved to grab the big lamb or ewe toys we had when he thought we were not looking. He would scurry around with these huge stuffed toys in his mouth and was having a great time. But as soon as he saw us look he would drop them. It is so said that he thought he shouldn't play with them. Keep encouraging her so she knows that playing with toys is great.
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How wonderful! There is something about a dog of any age at play that makes our heart smile. Yay!
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That is so great. While my poodle plays nonstop, I have an older dog (14) who has been getting slower and we worry about him. My partner was home with the dogs one day and called me atvwork so excited because Fred played with Enzo for 5 minutes. Enzo is so good with Fred. When we first got Enzo as a puppy Fred bit him. But now thatvEnzo is bigger than Fred, he could be dominant. But he is actually solicitous of Fred. When he jumps which he does nonstop, he never lands too close and if Fred acts upset, he nuzzles him.
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My Mini that I had for 12 wonderful years helped me work with rescue dogs and she helped to teach them to play. She was such a pup all of her life that she was good at teaching others the joy of play. Poodles at play are a real blessing that lifts the heart.
So glad to hear that Sasha is learning to play, would love to hear more updates.
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That's great! Jack is in a similar situation, he never learned to play as a puppy. But he does get it going a little from time to time.
I'm just hoping he'll learn to play with other dogs, and not just view them as a threat to be avoided.
That's really nice and great news. I am really glad after to know that. It is really appreciated. I would like thanks to you that you share this post here with us. May God bless you and also to your dog.
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