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  • Welcome back!

    We decided to spruce things up and fix some things under the hood. If you notice any issues, feel free to contact us as we're sure there are a few things here or there that we might have missed in our upgrade.

Recent content by BlueBaloo

  1. BlueBaloo

    Be serious (Post your pictures)

    Poor pitiful baby
  2. BlueBaloo

    A day at the beach with Jada

    Wow! That's crazy! Glad she'll be okay! Sent from my XT907 using Tapatalk
  3. BlueBaloo

    Playing "aggressive" games

    I have found that the tendency to want to chase squirrels/ cats increases when we've been doing a lot of flirt pole. But when I introduce order into play time(have a command to go get it, drop immediately,etc) it doesn't become a problem. But that is just a game that takes advantage of their...
  4. BlueBaloo

    Gouda and the Meesh

    :-) He really starts to grow on you... we've been traveling off and on and another foster family has been babysitting and the husband has said that its harder to give him back each time. Haha
  5. BlueBaloo

    Gouda and the Meesh

    Thanks everyone! Sent from my XT907 using Tapatalk
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    Gouda and the Meesh

    Thanks everyone! It has definitely been an adventure. I will be very happy when he gets adopted but I will miss his shenanigans. Sent from my XT907 using Tapatalk
  7. BlueBaloo

    Gouda and the Meesh

    Haha thanks! Yeah, he is pretty petite, but who knows! Haha Gouda loves everyone! Dogs, people, everyone. He does not let being deaf slow him down. He is very confident and happy!
  8. BlueBaloo

    Welcoming Steve.

    I used a few sites, DDEAF Training Tips and a few others I found on google. The first sessions were rough because he had never trained before. He thought he was just getting treats for funzies. It took a good long time for him to connect the dots that I was only giving him treats for doing...
  9. BlueBaloo

    let the adventures begin!

    Looks like fun!!!
  10. BlueBaloo

    Gouda and the Meesh

    Long time no see! Gouda is the dog we're fostering. He's deaf so it can be hard to get good pictures of him. Him and Meesha... kind of get along. He loves her much more than she loves him. She really just tolerates his existence. It might be that him being deaf is frustrating and she doesn't...
  11. BlueBaloo

    What do you do?

    I wish I was a firefighter!! I do clinical research at a children's hospital.
  12. BlueBaloo

    Welcoming Steve.

    He's adorable! We're fostering a deaf dog. Has definitely been a learning experience. But we've found sign language worked so well for him because he seems to get very excited that he finally has a way to "understand" what I'm saying or what I want
  13. BlueBaloo

    Liberty's Genuine Article "Barrett" @ 9 months

    I love him! He has such a grown up face!
  14. BlueBaloo

    Foster dog structure concerns

    Thanks for all the help guys. He definitely just lets his foot be upside down if I put it that way so I guess he's got some issues. The vet hasn't addressed it but I don't know if he has really seen it. Whenever they have a problem, they never seem to do it for the vet, you know? But his joint...
  15. BlueBaloo

    Foster dog structure concerns

    Took him to the vet yesterday and he seems to think its joint pain, because manipulating his hips made him cry out. He gave me some pain relief/ anti inflammatory and also said some glucosamine supplements would help. And I'm good with getting that since I was planning on starting meesha on...