Join Date: Dec 2007
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Holly, if you decide to give it to him , I wouldn't leave him alone with it. Any chew bones and such should be when you are with them to monitor them. Careful how he reacts , if he growls just give him some space. Don't try to take it away ,unless there is a problem or you are going out. That will only reinforce his need to guard it. Keep us posted.
Dave and Molly
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