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Comment By IVF At 6/14/2011 3:47 AM

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Jigsaw and Bob
Just a quick note from this weekend.  We have been working hard on the relationship with our 12 year old mostly Malamute and Jigsaw.  The old boy definitely felt that he needed to be the "alpha male" when we got the two together.  But we have spent time taking them both on walks both outside of the enclosure that has been Bob's domain forever and inside it while they were on leash so that they would get used to each other.  There have been a lot of noses put in embarrassing places - as dogs will do - and some gradual readjusting of attitudes until we now have two dogs that like to play together.  They are still closely supervised of course, but here is a little video of the two of them today playing fetch in the front yard.  Well, Jigsaw is retrieving the toys and bringing them back to Sammy and Bob is catching them and taking them off to his house to tear apart, but they are happily playing in the yard together.

It probably hasn't hurt that I've had a pocket full of treats whenever I visit Bob these days too.  I'm sure that in his mind Jigsaw's arrival meant that Mommy now has treats.  Hey, whatever works!

Here are our two pups, totally tuckered out after a good romp in the front yard.  Jigsaw has some leaves in her fur, but I promise that she got a nice grooming later on. 


Bob's tongue is about two miles long and really looks goofy hanging off to the side. We had to make them sit down to rest - I think they would have gone at it all day if we hadn't put the toys away and made them lay down. They sure did have fun though!


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