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The previous owners did a really great job butchering his ears and tail - a practice that I absolutely do not condone.
My dog was almost 15 years old when she died last October, BF's dog the same age and he died last May. It's been a long time since we've had to start all over! It's fun and requires a good sense of humor and patience. Yes, we have baby-proofed the house. Yes, he gets plenty of discipline, exercise and affection. Yes, we know what we're doing.
For everything this dog has been through, his trust in us and need to please is amazing.
Re: running away...build a giant fence?
Also if you needed an excellent chew toy to take his mind off your stuff, we got some friends an elk antler that works wonders (deer antlers splinter and are a no-no).
The biggest adjustment for me is that Buddy can hear. My dog went completely deaf, so for the last two years of her wonderful life, we communicated with hand signals that were taught along with voice commands from the time she was a puppy. Gawd i miss that girl. She was a shep/lab/beagle mix. Always understood I was alpha but she was such an awesome companion.
You should look into getting a dobman mix. Those dogs are tight.
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