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luvhavinbgtwins
23rd June 2009, 03:38 PM
It went well, ok how do you keep a pup from doing anything on the list of what they shouldnt be doing...

He is so hyper I swear more than normal...

I do the leash thing...but I take off or even if I dont cone or no cone there he goes...

WoodHaven
23rd June 2009, 03:42 PM
I would put him in an x-pen (with a favorite toy, a stuffed kong etc...).

harleyfarley
23rd June 2009, 03:56 PM
Takes a while for all the hormones to settle down, its not instant, all that rageing though his body needs work it way out first. di

WoodHaven
23rd June 2009, 04:10 PM
Takes a while for all the hormones to settle down, its not instant, all that rageing though his body needs work it way out first. di
The pup doesn't look more than 6 months old-- If he is that young all that energy is just being a puppy. He is 6 months 3 weeks old.

chloe92us
23rd June 2009, 05:50 PM
I was afraid that Ollie was never going to settle down. In fact, just a couple months ago I was actually considering rehoming him. (It was a really bad week).

Anyway, like magic, he settled! :rolleyes: It was like the puppy lightswitch suddenly turned off. Now, he listens and is still really fun and active, but not crazy like he was. He will be 2 YO in August.

Some Cavaliers just take a while to mature I think. He is really wonderful, and I would never have been able to forgive myself if I had found a new home for him. :(

Justine
23rd June 2009, 06:06 PM
I have one word of warning,make sure you keep him off or on the lead on wooden floors,i have heard of dogs slipping and their stiches coming un done.Keep him on his leash for a day or two.

Mindysmom
23rd June 2009, 06:29 PM
I had a hard time keeping Max quiet after his neuter. Good luck.

Brenda in SC
23rd June 2009, 07:58 PM
Yep, had same prob w/Rudy. We got home, I set him down to take off my coat - he had acted drowsy and slept all the way home - and the little bugger went straight up the stairs, yelping all the way. We were lucky there wasn't a ripped stitch or two! I felt absolutely horrible. He has a special little spot upstairs in O/H's 'cave' that he felt secure in....it NEVER occurred to me he'd even try the stairs. So forewarned is forearmed!