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Starting walking again with Peetie!!

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by EstyEsty, May 10, 2019.

  1. EstyEsty

    EstyEsty Little Dog

    Hello everyone! It's been a while since I posted on here but I have had some stuff going on here in Texas.
    My Sister passed away a month ago and the worst part of it was that I went over to her house to check on her and had to break the window to get in and I found her dead. I know that sounds terrible and it was. so cherish your loved ones. The last thing I had said to her a few days before was that if she didn't make some changes and get her ass out of bed that I was gonna come over and find her dead.....I knew it was going to happen and it did.
    So during all of that we have been having a problem with our demon lab pup we acquired at the shelter...We always have bought full blooded AKC labs so we know about their good characteristics and also their destructive puppy phases. I swear Labs are the WORST TRASH HOUNDS AND GETTING ON THE COUNTERS TO GET FOOD!! (my husband loves black labs) anyway, he's 5 months old. (I only have him because of Rus.) We discovered that he had some CHOW in him and oh Lord he really does. Meanest little bastard ever!!! He is a little shitass for real. Well you know my Peetie loves her food, and yes she's fat again....I hate it.....but he is a slow poke when he eats and Peetie will just go over and aggressively take his food. I can make her stop but in the mean time she's been eating too much of it. We have remedied that situation hopefully.( iT'S called take him to the vet and make him go nite nite). I'm sorry. He also fights with her, bites her up bad.but believe me she don't mind getting him and throwing him down, and she is putting him in serious check many times a day. My life is not ordinary! But I have started my walks with her, she loves them, daily for her weight and so here we go again. I know that is the reason she is fat and I have to be the one to walk her cause no one else will. My husband just won't, he's a slap dab lazy butt.
    But I can handle it. I'll send some pictures of Max #6 ( Rusty always names his Labs Max and this is his 6th one) and of Peetie.
    Love and miss all of you wonderful people who have become my friends on this great forum.
    God Bless you all, Esty
  2. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    I'm so sorry for your loss.

    We feed Teddy in his crate and Tonka uncrated in the kitchen. He doesn't come out until they are both done. Don't you have a gate or a way of keeping them separate during meal times?
  3. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    I'm so sorry for your loss

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