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  1. #21
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    Cookie is beautiful and your voice is adorable...Cookie acts like my 13 year old beagle girl Bonnie...One minute she is an angel the next she acts like a crabby old lady ....I hope you work it all out for the sweet girl...She is beautiful !

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    Hmmmm, if it were me, I think I would consult a behavioralist to help me out. She sounds like a really sweet dog, but somethings trigger unacceptable behaviors. It sounds like you are making strides towards eliminating behaviors but maybe a specialist can help too. Good luck, she is definitely worth the effort. Let us know how she does.
    J.

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    thank you all for your messages, the video is funny to watch. her tails wagging and she dus want to play but thinks that she wants her toy too lol.

    Cookie and I went away to my aunties and when we got back my parents had pulled the frontroom apart to redecorate so we were going to start re-training her but for 3 weeks after we had got back cookie was still acting wierd. i think due to all that she has been through she doesn't like change. she stresses out if you move the sofa or something small like that. we were waiting until she had returned to her normal self before we started to tackle her possessional problem...but then she is now ill again. I want to sort out her leg, heart and weight before her possessional issues. She hasn't been possessional since when i posted which is a positive thing, the only time was when my aunty gave cookie her first pigs ear and she got all excited but it was too large for her to eat so she started to get possessional with it.

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