Annette Posted December 28, 2015 Share Posted December 28, 2015 Our Pogo boy has jaws of steel. We originally found this out after he had his leg amputated and would not eat for us and therefore we couldn't hide his meds in his food. We tried opening his mouth and forcing the pills, but he clamped his jaws so tight that Roy was surprised that his fingers were not broken. Pogo has improved a lot. So much so that he had to prove that a three-legged greyhound can catch the bunny. Roy tried getting the bunny from Pogo, but he was not going to give up his prize. His jaws were clamped tight on his bunny. Is there a way to train a hound with jaws of steel to give up whatever prize he desires but really shouldn't have? After 26 years of greyhound parenting, we have one that doesn't fit the stereotype. That is why we named him Pogo. Any advice? Thanks Quote Annette, mom to Banjo (AJN Spider Man) & Casey (kitty), wife to Roy. Mom to bridgekids: Wheat (GH), Icabod (GH), Scarlett (Cab's Peg Bundy), Rhett (Kiowa Day Juice), Dixie (Pazzo Dixie), Pogo/Gleason (Rambunctious), and Miriam (Miriam of Ruckus) and Spooky, Taffy, Garfield, & Lefty (kitties) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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