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12 Puppies and Us

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WotWouldCJDo Thu 12-Nov-20 17:06:42

I felt quite sorry for some of these dogs.

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the80sweregreat Thu 12-Nov-20 19:30:24

I'm not a dog owner at all , but a few of the owners did seem a bit clueless.
I felt sorry for Meg who is being trained as a sheep dog and is obviously not cut out for a life of rounding up sheep! They all seemed so disappointed she hasn't got 'the eye' yet!

WotWouldCJDo Thu 19-Nov-20 08:10:32

Another difficult episode to watch. People are complicated.

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FippertyGibbett Thu 19-Nov-20 08:16:22

I felt sorry for the dog in the pram. I get the feeling that she has it as a baby substitute, and that it will never live a proper dog’s life.
Did anyone catch what breed/breeds it was ? It was a stunning pup.

WotWouldCJDo Thu 19-Nov-20 08:47:40

He's a Chinese Crested Powderpuff. I think he had a lovely personality, but it wasn't a face I found bonny. I did really struggle to have kind thoughts about his owner. I also felt sorry for the London dad. Having a dog in your house, against your wishes, is one thing but being expected to be so hands on is another.

I thought it was lovely how the old girl Elena from Cyprus got a new start. That was beautiful.

I was shocked by the news about Meg at the end, I wish we could have heard from his poor owner.

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HappyThursdays Thu 19-Nov-20 11:56:56

I missed it - what happened to Meg?

Madbengalmum Thu 19-Nov-20 18:58:29

Happy, sadly she was run over and died .

HappyThursdays Thu 19-Nov-20 19:42:22

omg how awful sad

the poor girl, she must have been devastated

Skipsurvey Fri 20-Nov-20 07:39:57

Meg's owner can I say annoyed me, she wasnt firm enough.
poor Meg though, just devastating sad

the london man seemed to like his dog eventually.

Beebumble2 Fri 20-Nov-20 08:35:10

I’m enjoying this programme, mostly because we hope to get our puppy in the new year. We’ve considered it very carefully and watching this programme highlights the mistakes and pitfalls.
It was so sad about Meg.

WotWouldCJDo Fri 20-Nov-20 15:04:59

Meg's owner can I say annoyed me, she wasnt firm enough.

To be fair, if I was about 13 and working on the family farm due to the results of my dad's life-changing accident, I'm not sure I would have got it all right in front of a film crew.

watching this programme highlights the mistakes and pitfalls

What jumps out at you? It's about 15 years since I last had to train a puppy and I'm sure I've forgotten a lot. What stuck out for me is not giving the puppy the space and calm they need; giving 6 different instructions when 1 would do; oh, and putting your own whims before even the most basic needs of the puppy.

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Skipsurvey Fri 20-Nov-20 18:19:31

you are absolutely right @WotWouldCJDo

Stellaris22 Fri 20-Nov-20 19:20:22

The behaviourist isn't great. I remember last series she recommended a lady got a Leonberger when she lived in a top floor flat. Those stairs on a large, growing puppy is just a no no.

It's a fun show but doesn't promote responsible dog ownership. Although the collie being trained to be a rescue dog in Scotland was lovely (last series).

Samcro Fri 20-Nov-20 19:55:42

Just watching this
Wtf the woman putting shoes on the puppy

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