ldavies Posted February 19, 2001 Report Share Posted February 19, 2001 I own 2 one year old Border Collies, who are kept as pets. Both are walked at least once a day. Taffy is great, he listens immediately, returns on command and sits when asked. Jock is totally different, he will only return when Taffy does, he stays out of reach and will not sit even for a treat. He gets so excited when he is let off the lead he starts to foam at the mouth. This has only been happening for the last couple of weeks. At the moment if he does not listen I put him back on the lead (when I can get hold of him) and he will walk by the side of me, even with Taffy off the lead. Am I doing the right thing? Walking the dogs separetly is not an issue as I don't have the time. I'm also worried that by keeping Jock on the lead he is not getting all the exercise he needs. I NEED HELP!!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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