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Old 10-10-2005, 11:49 PM
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Jamie recently got one of Maxis and the neighbor ladies puppies. It is a female he named Bandit I just let him name it it was his puppy. I just always thought Bandit was a boy dogs name but ok.

Bandit is now 10 weeks old and quite the handful. She is a Collie/Chow/Shepherd (Maxis) and Labrador (the mum Sunny) mix but I don't see any lab in her at all but I see alot of Maxis. I have never owned any of those breeds of dogs and when I had Maxis well you all know he was feral.

She is quite the chewer, barker, growler, and sometimes she wrestles alittle too rough. We are working on all of this with her but she is a stubborn little **** (trust me we call her little **** with love) and she won't be too little too long. She is a heal knipper also and just too much of a personality. But im sure we can work with her through all of this.

Anyways I was just wondering if anyone who has owned a puppy of any of those breeds or close breed mixes. I was just looking for experiences or tips on how to go about raising this unique little puppy. She is bound to be a handful and I trust Jamie with her training mainly. She is HIS dog and he trained his 7 year old Akita Buzz on his own and Buzz is an amazingly well behaved and loveable dog. But still any tips or experiences you want to share i will definatly be interested in hearing.

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