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Get a water gun.
Or two. Or three.
Especially if you take multiple pups at a time. Incredibly useful, just a squirt in the direction and they know to stop going on the counter/humping/anything else they shouldnt be doing. I have one particular client with a crazy high energy 90 lb lab puppy (literally jumping on top of tables at 70 lbs just over half a year old). His parents were expecting a 50 pound dog and were having some difficulty controlling him. We worked with him for a few weeks over a stay, and upon departure I presented them with one of my weapons (super soaker zipfire, they go for maybe $5 each, great little guys). That particular pup is now incredibly well behaved, still high energy but he follows all the rules and generally stays out of trouble, less than a year out from his first stay with me.
Water guns. Cant say it enough.
At the moment I am sitting in Golden Retriever hair overload. I do regular and constant cleaning but I would like to know if anyone has purchased an air filter or any other device that assists with floating dog hair. I have a great vaccumm but I need an ongoing hair "catcher". Show me what you have and comment why you like it. Looking for something dependable and well built. Any other ideas you have are welcome. Thanks!
I feel your pain. I have 4 air clesners throughout the home Winnix 9500 Pet air cleaner. I am very happy with them. Works great in my home. And stock up on swifter. Happy Easter 🐇
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