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Old 03-18-2019, 11:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,
I am new here, and just got a little beagle guy home at 1st march 2019.

Ben info:
Name: Ben (Benjamin)
BOD: Dec 17th 2018
Adopt: Mar 1st 2019

1st Vaccine: E4 mar 9th 2019
2nd Vaccine: E6 (Sched. apr 6th)
3rd Vaccine: E7 + Rabbies (may...)

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Old 03-19-2019, 12:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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reserve for pictures n videos link:

Ben say Hi:
https://youtu.be/U_FeodVlAFI

Ben play ball Video link:

(03/24)
meet new friend

attending dog lovers community event


Another pics:


First meet (02/21):


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Old 03-19-2019, 12:25 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Welcome to the forum. Is this your first puppy? You can search topics here by going to Search and putting in keywords to find great past posts on various helpful topics like...
Crate training
Biting/nipping
Potty training
Clicker training
Obedience training
Dog food
Leashes
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Fencing
Chewing

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Old 03-19-2019, 12:46 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Welcome to the forum. Is this your first puppy? You can search topics here by going to Search and putting in keywords to find great past posts on various helpful topics like...
Crate training
Biting/nipping
Potty training
Clicker training
Obedience training
Dog food
Leashes
Restricted area
Fencing
Chewing

Feel free to ask questions
Hi cassie, thank you.
Yes, this is my first puppy. And yes i am on searching for all the thing you said haha.. especially for bitting/nipping and potty training.
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Welcome to Our Beagle Forum! I couldn't get into your video. It required a sign in (sigh)
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Old 03-19-2019, 12:37 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Oh heart melting so adorable!!!!!
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Old 03-19-2019, 12:54 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Potty training requires patience and consistency. Take the dog out on a leash and say "go peepee" (or what you prefer). Dont use pee pads inside that teaches the dog to mess in the house.
Puppies go through a biting/nipping stage that lasts a few months. It requires "No!" Or your command. This is not aggression so dont spank. I recommend NOT sitting on the floor or playing tug of war games it makes the biting worse. Give your dog frequent naps in the crate. Hand feeding helps to prevent biting..wont bite your hand. Cassie never bites now.
I got Cassie at 8weeks and now she's 7yrs old. So I've been through it all.
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Ben is adorable! My first beagle was named Benjamin or Benny for short.
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I will respectfully disagree with Cassie on the biting.

It is absolutely a normal puppy behaviour. I have had Neb from six weeks old (don't ask) and wanted to build drive in him as I was considering doing dog sport (which we didn't end up doing). I never corrected him for biting, but redirected him onto toys to teach him appropriate biting and tugging. He learned quickly not to bite us and was a dream as a puppy and into adulthood in that regard - he's nailed me a couple of times when I wrestled him, but we didn't start doing that until he was an adult and that's behaviour he learned later in life - he learned not to bite as a puppy.
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I will respectfully disagree with Cassie on the biting.

It is absolutely a normal puppy behaviour. I have had Neb from six weeks old (don't ask) and wanted to build drive in him as I was considering doing dog sport (which we didn't end up doing). I never corrected him for biting, but redirected him onto toys to teach him appropriate biting and tugging. He learned quickly not to bite us and was a dream as a puppy and into adulthood in that regard - he's nailed me a couple of times when I wrestled him, but we didn't start doing that until he was an adult and that's behaviour he learned later in life - he learned not to bite as a puppy.
Cassie here...don't make me bite you!
Or is it bite me! LOL
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