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Thread: Rumble "walking"

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    I'm exhausted just seeing the picture.... it must have been a long "walk"
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    Don't ask Tonka....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffykay06 View Post
    We haven't tried broccoli with Rumble but he won't even move for his other treats. Once he plants his butt he is not moving unless I pick him up. So frustrating! Some days he will walk and walk and others he is like I don't know what you are thinking mom but I am not moving!
    Bea didn't "enjoy" walking as a pup and even food wasn't much of a motivator --unless it was really HIGH VALUE treats (like hot dogs or cheese cubes). Since Bea has a really keen prey drive, what got her moving early on was a "squeaker" in a toy. I'd squeak the toy in front of her - she'd "chase it" for a short time. Eventually, she got to play with the toy. After manipulating her for a long awhile with this or that -- she got into the "habit" of walking and then I was good to go. Bea still isn't the walker that Bo is. She plods along stopping to smell anything that appears in her path. Figuring out what will motivate her to MOVE was key. If she's really "into it" -- she can keep pace with Bo without a problem -- short distances, of course.

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