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 Greetings from Chiko and Sweden

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PostSubject: Greetings from Chiko and Sweden   Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:32 am

Hi there this is Josefin and little puppy Chiko av Serjas.

We live in Sweden and Chiko is my first puppy / my first own dog. I have had dogs before, but not by myself and I had a puppy last year on a breeding contract, "on breeders terms" but I wasn't ready for a puppy so I had to return her.

Now I bought my own puppy instead and having lots of fun but also lots of naughty behaviour and mischief from this stubborn little guy.

See ya guys on the forum I love you
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings from Chiko and Sweden   Thu Aug 11, 2011 8:30 am

Hi Josefin (and Chiko)! Smile

Hang in there, schnauzers seem to have a wicked naughty streak in the "teenage" phase, but it passes. And once you get through that spot he'll understand what the rules are and he'll be really sweet. They do want to please by nature. We found that a long walk when Merlin started to get a little naughty really helped. It seemed if he had structured exercise he had an easier time behaving himself.

Enjoy your new furbaby!
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