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So You Think You Want a High Drive Puppy

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Uploaded on Jul 29, 2010

Have a look at this video of Ed & Cindy's Puppy, Endy, at 9.5 Weeks

I can't tell you how often I have heard people say they would like their next puppy to be a high drive dog.

My comment is usually -- be careful what you wish for because it may come true.

Many people don't know how much work it is to raise a high drive dog. The fact is most people are simply not equipped from a skill level to be able to raise a high drive dog.

Take a good hard look at Endy being Endy here. Very few people could handle a puppy like this.

In the beginning, like the first 15 minutes, it's easy to say "ISN'T THAT CUTE."

But what about 2 hours from now? Or what about a week of this when the puppy is still demanding 4 times the work of raising a 2 year old human?

Puppies like this require management 100% of their time. They not only need to have their physical needs met, just as importantly they require their mental needs met.

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