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    Angelika_Zen
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    It’s done!! I went to visit the puppy again on the weekend, and the name came to me on the car ride home…

    Thanks for all your replies guys…we decided on Hudson

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    Bodine
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    Good strong name and it rolls well with Hank.
    I named Liberty in the car on the way to meet her too😁

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    #1572542

    sherry10151982
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    LOVE IT!!! It always comes to you when they’re right with you! I’ve named many a dog on the car ride home😊🤣!

    #1572643

    Natasha
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    He’s so adorable! God boy, Hudson!

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    dragonmedley
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    OMG, cuteness overload! Love the name too 🙂

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    #1572909

    drag0nfeathers
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    Out of all of these so far I really loved the idea of naming him Kobalt, but Hudson is a good strong name. Very fitting

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    etruscan
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    LOL – why name your puppy after a power tool when you can name him after a vintage/antique automobile? Seriously – Hudson is a good name for your “little” guy. When do you get to bring the puppy home?

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    Kim
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    Congrats on the puppy! I would love to see more pictures!

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    #1575992

    Bodine
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    I hear Hudson I think river.Yes,show us some pics!

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    #1575995

    Suzanne-Marie
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    Beautiful name for a beautiful puppy!!
    Congrats!!🎉🍾

    #1576006

    Angelika_Zen
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    LOL – why name your puppy after a power tool when you can name him after a vintage/antique automobile? Seriously – Hudson is a good name for your “little” guy. When do you get to bring the puppy home?

    I pick him up after work on Aug 16 !!

    I went to see him last night…and ok, are you guys ready for this? I am about to say the meanest thing someone can say about a 6 week old puppy. HE’S A TOTAL JERK. He was what seemed like the runt when I first picked him but has now surpassed the 10 other littermates by quite a bit. He’s a total porker!! (lol Ok the little round belly is totally adorable) he’s faster, bigger, stronger than the others, and one by one, I watched him take them all out! Straight shot to the body, or he grabs a hold of them by the neck and bulldozes them over. I was mortified and said to the breeder “Omg! Hudson’s a bully”, and she laughed and said “I was waiting for you to say something. ”

    I know it’s puppy play, but he is ROUGH and you should have seen the poor little females…they didn’t stand a chance.

    I’m sure Hank is going to help me with this. He’ll be 9 in December and will let Hudson know when he’s being annoying.

    I tried to take pics and video, but he was ALL OVER THE PLACE…Oh! and he hops…with both hind legs together lol…I just hope it’s not an indication of problems with his hips.

    I have done some homework (and have some experience) but I am wide open to everyone’s advice on breaking a dominating hound.

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    #1576007

    Angelika_Zen
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    The first two pics were taken when he was 4 weeks old.

    The 3rd photo was taken last night (he’s 6 weeks old and weighs 10 pounds)

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    Bodine
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    Lol,happy puppy😅

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    #1576031

    Tig3r06
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    So adorable!!!

    #1576033

    StormDancer
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    He is adorable!

    The biggest thing to dealing with dominant pup/dog is to not allow, from day one, the behaviors you don’t agree with. It is much easier to enforce the rules now than it will be once he is bigger.
    Puppy classes are a good way to get him used to other dogs at a young age and to teach him acceptable manners around other dogs. Then start a basic obedience class as early as possible too. This will start teaching him that even around distractions he still needs to pay attention to you first.
    If he isn’t going to be allowed on the furniture when he is full grown then don’t allow him on it while he is cute and cuddly. You sit on the floor and invite him into your space.
    If he nibbles firmly tell him no and get up and leave, ignore him as long as he isn’t doing something he shouldn’t be, for 15 minutes, then invite him back. As long as he behaves, he gets the attention he wants, bad behavior gets him ignored or put into whatever you deem his time out area.
    Teach him to sit before each meal, with pups this may only last a second or two but It’s a good start and each day you can ask for an extra second or two so he eventually learns sit isn’t just pop your butt on the ground then pop back up.
    If he is rough with your older dog then you need to step in and put YOUR limits of what is allowed or not, you as pack leader, can not leave that completely up to your older dog. You set the rules in the house. Teach him those from day one and you will have a lot less issues later.

    I’ve always had big dominant dogs, so far this has always worked for me. But I am very consistent with what is or is not allowed. Mine are all house dogs so I do understand how hard that can be when they are so dang adorable!

    I hope this helps!

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