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Old 09-09-2019, 08:09 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Moose is doing great!! Hes a strong healthy boy now! All tests came back clear luckily. He still tries to eat random things once in a while but we are training that out of him(I was bringing a small bottle of bitter spray with me on walks and would put it on my fingers when I had to get something out of his mouth) you could try spraying the mulch down with some bitter spray or hot sauce, after getting that in their mouths a few times I doubt they would want to do it again. Good luck!! Let us know how I goes!!


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Honestly hes not very vocal at all yet, he growls slightly when hes in the middle of a wrestling match with a toy.

A murderer with bells strapped to his waist and a metal glove could knock on the door and he would just stare at the door from where ever he is sitting.
He doesnt bark back at other dogs either.

BUT we brought him up to our camp in Maine this weekend for a long weekend and two separate nights he jumped up off the couch and guarded the door with his big boy bark and his big strong stance.


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Sounds like a fun time! It's so fun watching them grow.
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