Duck Diver wrote:Stool was solid/formed. Finished the meds. I'm thinking it was the change of food though.
Gave a urine sample, said everything was good. Fecal was clear, so finally rid of the worms.
Got a couple vaccines and went on our way.
Not sure what to think - He's not going in his cage, but he gets let out often.
I'm as good once as I ever was isn't your theme song OG. I hate to burst your bubble.
My pup used to do the same thing. She would slowly approach the bumper and pounce on it. Just her being a puppy.Duck Diver wrote:Question for the experienced:
On land retrieves now and then he does a slow approach to the bumper. Doesnt really give up, but almost stalks it. First time I thought he couldnt see the bumper. Then I thought too far (had a few at 40 yards). But yesterday, we tossed some 15-20 yards, first 2 bumpers he charges so hard he falls over trying to pick them up. The 3rd he ran out 10 feet and then started to move super slow toward the bumper. I encouraged w/ some yelling/excitement and he picked up the pace. This 3rd bumper was thrown close to a tree line, but not in it. It was on short grass and very visible and close range.
Why does he do this? Is this lack of drive? Too much training? Something else?
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