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Chippy the dog good morning

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Chippy the dog good morning

Chippy is a 7 year old, 3.5mh labrador rescue. He's a really sweet dog, who's very outgoing. He loves people and has a gentle nature, but when he gets excited, he'll run in and out and will pull out the stuffing of a sofa. He has to wear a muzzle when he does this as he gets a little crazy and can bite. He's a very good boy, but he doesn't know his limits. He also likes to chase people, so is best kept in a confined area. His previous owners loved him and he's had a great life, but sadly they've gone on holiday and Chippy isn't allowed outside. I just wanted to check how much he would get. I know that the pound will only accept a max of £150, but we can go over that.

I've done lots of research on Labradors, including looking up all the good and bad things they can do. I know they are very smart dogs and can learn new commands and tricks really easily. They are also quite trainable, but they also need to be trained, not given a treat every time they do what they are told.

Here's some examples of Chippy doing good things:

-Laying on a mat, but only when I call him

-Laying next to a mat, but not moving and only if I call him

-Laying next to a mat, but moving when I call him

-Laying next to me when I call him

-Laying down next to me when I call him

-Looking at me while I call him

-Lying down next to me when I call him

-Standing next to me when I call him

-Crouching next to me when I call him

-Lying next to me and cuddling me, when I call him

Here's some examples of Chippy doing bad things:

-When we are having a meal, he comes and sits next to me, but is constantly jumping up and down, jumping on the table and biting me

-When I leave the house and call him, he walks to the door and looks around

-If I leave the house, he will start running up and down the garden, jumping on people and dogs and trying to bite them. If we are in the garden, he will run up and down, bark and play, then when I come out, he will run off. He'll go into the garden, bark and chase birds, but then when he sees me come back in, he'll jump up and run in and sit next to me.

-He is also very jumpy. He used to be terrified of the vacuum cleaner, but I don't think that is his main issue now. He also gets excited if there is any commotion or loud noise. I have even taken him to a fireworks display and he jumped up, barked and ran into the house when the fireworks went off. He will start moving when I take the vacuum cleaner out, but will then run back in and sit on the couch when I call him.

-He will not play with any of the toys we have at home. He plays with a stick, but just pulls it away from us and keeps going.

-He loves to play and cuddle, so we do lots of this. He loves to play with our cat and other dogs. He is not aggressive, but does not seem to enjoy playing with the other dogs.

-He will sit next to me and be very quiet for quite a while. He'll just watch the telly and then he'll start jumping on the couch. I can't stand it when he does this, so we only stay in the house as long as I can. He does his thing for 15 minutes and then stops.

-He doesn't like being cuddled. When I lay down with him next to me, he'll jump up and back away. When I try to put a hand on him he will start barking, so if I try to hold his neck, he will jump up and bark. He'll then get excited, and I will have to move him away so he can lie down.

I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm taking Chippy to the vet. I've spoken to him and he thinks he can do his job for £50 and I know the pound will only accept £50, so that is why I need some advice.

I've not seen any other dogs like him, so it might be a bad sign. I'm going to keep him and hope for the best, but if it doesn't work out, I'm going to try and find him another home.

I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm taking Chippy to the vet. I've spoken to him and he thinks he can do his job for £50 and I know the pound will only accept £50, so that is why I need some advice.

I've not seen any other dogs like him, so it might be a bad sign. I'm going to keep him and hope for the best, but if it doesn't work out, I'm going to try and find him another home.

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Sounds like Chippy is an absolute angel and is probably doing everything he can to make your life comfortable and happy. If he does turn out not to be the best match for you, it is very unlikely that the vet will give up the 50 pounds just because you said £50. They are not very forgiving. Chippy will probably be returned to you if they see the behavior as not suitable for your lifestyle and you cannot have him for a reasonable price.

If the behaviour is a result of him being frightened, it is highly likely that with lots of time and training, the behaviour can be stopped or changed.

Sounds like Chippy is an absolute angel and is probably doing everything he can to make your life comfortable and happy. If he does turn out not to be the best match for you, it is very unlikely that the vet will give up


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