Zumi 4.5 Month Video

Made a new video of Zumi at 18-20wks of age!  A full week still until she turns that mythical 5 months and turns into a bratty teenager.


Environmental worries continue to get better too with much faster ability to potty outside on the arrival to a new place and as she started taking food in public again she stares a lot less at things.  Zumi did resume a tiny bit of reactive barking this past week at work towards people approaching the gate.  Very low percentage of the time the situation is set up though.

Overall, jumping up and flailing at people is still her biggest issue.  Zumi is capable of offering a down if she's restrained so that physically whacking people is not an option.  But very, very hard for the Duck.


Kristen  – ( March 2, 2015 at 8:31 PM )  

Horray!

It's amazing to watch how she moves and what she does - my boy is starting to look quite grown up and move like a bigger dog but then compared to her, he is not nearly as coordinated when running and frolicing.

Laura and The Corgi, Toller, & Duck  – ( March 2, 2015 at 8:41 PM )  

I think she gained the ability to run without tripping over herself around 16ish weeks so Viktor should be a normal dog soon! Puppies grow so fast!

Amy / Layla the Malamute  – ( March 3, 2015 at 6:45 PM )  

Oh no... Mine turned 5 months old yesterday. I don't want her to be a bratty teenager :(

Laura and The Corgi, Toller, & Duck  – ( March 3, 2015 at 11:28 PM )  

Yes Bratty teenager phase is eminent!!! Some wait till 6 months though so you might be safe yet :)

achieve1dream  – ( June 15, 2015 at 2:14 PM )  

Awww I love them in this gangly all legs puppy stage! So cute!! The part where she was backing into 2o2o and almost stood on Vito's head was sooooooooo cute! Vito is such a good boy. :D

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