- MemberMarch 30, 2010 at 11:58 am17
I just read this and it reminded me of my issues with Eddie in the beginning. I have heard him growl at the kids on numerous occassions. It wouldnt be from them teasing Eddie but from some of their movements around him or when they shoved him to move out of the way. I have the kids give Eddie commands, and then treats, have the kids do short training lessons, puppy pushups, sit and down commands etc. Most of all to this day they are not allowed to interact with him unsupervised, no hugs or try to wake him up to play while hes sleeping, no cuddling with him while hes curled. In the beginning Eddie wouldnt even play with my kids, now he cant wait to. My children are 4 and 7.