Princess Leia

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Home:Charlotte, NC  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 9 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Princess , lea lea , boo boo, lea , scrunchie monkey , cutie patootie ,

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

February 27th 2007

My new favourite is the Starbucks Vanilla Bean! I get it in a kiddie cup/baby sample cup, and have it made with soy milk. I LOVE IT!

I really don't like other dogs getting attention or stealing my spotlight! I really don't like frogs either...their always on my sidewalk. ugh.

Favorite Toy:
My Webkinz...I have my Mommy's old ones as a toy:)

Favorite Food:
People food...starbucks...BURGER KING!

Favorite Walk:
I love walking down the road to see my cousin's Kasey and Sammie

Best Tricks:
Speak and Shhh!

Arrival Story:
We got her from a farm after our 2 month old chiuahuah/papplion mix passed. Oliva was our precious princess , and she was hit by a car. We will always remeber her as THE princess.

Leia has MAJOR behavior problems. She wasn't socialized as a pup so now she's ferocious. She bites people (AND DOGS) , squealls 24/7...and is a lovable mess:)

Forums Motto:
"Hand over the crown!"

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 26th 2009 More than 7 years!

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Traning : Day 1 ( With my Mommy Heather and Aunt Jessie )

July 27th 2009 10:20 am
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At first we didn't really know what we were doing...but then we actually knew once we did some research. Leia's problem was that she hadn't been socialized with dogs OR she has attacking/biting/barking problems. So we searched the world for our clicker...which we had gotten when Leia graduated Pet-Smart's Obedience Class. When we got the clicker and brought her outside into a comfortable enviroment , she was instantly distracted by goodness knows what , and we couldn't even get her to look up. So we clicked and gestured for her to come near us , and she obeyed. So she understood the concept of 'Speak' and 'Shhh!' and 'Stop'. So then we decided to put her to the test. We took her out on a walk , with the clicker , treats , and a little dog toy on hand. Whenever she was good, and didn't pull, we would reward her with a throw of the toy. When she would pull and try to show us who was boss, we would click and she would resume her spot at our side. Then there was another dog on the other side of the street , in a driveway. We made a 'Shhh!' noise and she kept calm, and didn't even pull. But when we got closer to Sammie and Casey's house, there was a minature schnauzer coming from the opposite direction. Leia freaked out! So we walked her away using the clicker. Everytime we clicked her head would turn, but when I stopped clicking she would regain focus on the schnauzer. But once we got away from the dog and we were on the opposite side of the road, she calmed down and continuedher training.

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