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Oh wow he's doing great! It looks like a mess my kids would make and I would make them clean it all up themselves. Too bad you can't make Teddy clean up his own mess.
 

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I'm trying to teach him to pick up his toys, but it's not going well. I put them in the basket and he takes them out again. What we've got here is a failure to communicate... LOL
 

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You made me realize I gotta get busy with my little toy boy. He just needs a little extra time and liver treats and I'll have him doing that adorable stuff too. Yours is so quick to respond...that's great!
 

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All we need is just a little patience. Sorry, I get that GNR song stuck in my head anytime I think about training my dog. LOL

But it's so true!
 

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Such a clever little boy! Looks AND brains--what a combo!! Isn't there a wonderful payoff for spending the time to reach our furbabies??
 

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Thanks, and yes! Today we went out for a walk (since it's not snowing and not too cold) and he was so good, walking right next to me. I even got him into a sit/stay for almost 30 seconds and was able to take one step back without him moving--and that was with kids playing down the street and a barking dog across the street. He would look around, but he didn't move.

I think my baby is growing up.
 

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What a cute and smart little boy Teddy is. Not only is he going to be a surgeon, he is going to be a very smart one!! LOL. Ummmm, the only thing is, he needs to learn that when he does his surgery, he really mustn't leave the entrails left all over the floor. :pound:
 
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