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5 month old Lab for a walk .. he doesn't move much although he is very playful,why?

hi, when i take my 5 month old lab for a walk .. he doesn't move much although he is very playful..but he just likes to check out everything that is on the road ..he smells evrything n n keeps examining the place .... n doesn't walk like other dogs do.. is it just the age or what can i do about it ...did u gyzz ever faced the same problem. thanks
By FAWN · 16 Jan 2010 1:08 am


By gautam sawant · 16 Jan 2010 11:31 pm
there r many dogs in my colony when i take chinu out , all of them start barking and try to surround us , he gets scared , can ne one suggest wot to do ??
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By FAWN · 17 Jan 2010 2:45 pm
well ur askig or answrred my question... he he lol.. anyways u dint menton the age of chinu.. in younger pups till 4 months or so .. they mihgt get scared but at later stage they become strong mentally.. also it depends on the breed u have ..also why dont u get a dog stick....froma dog store.. always carry it while taking your dog for a walk.. it wont cost morethan 100 rs...tk cr
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By Vitun · 18 Jan 2010 12:05 pm
For FAWN Just place the leash all the way on top of the neck Just as in dog shows. while walking keep the leash short and relaxed this will let u hav more control on walks and secondly restrict the dog to hav more room and sniff here n there ... ALL THE BEST

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