Mabels 15 weeks ... and all sounds familiar not sure how much she weighs she was 4.2kg at 12 week injection .. but boy can she eat shee really greedy or hungry !!!
My dog looks just like Flo!I will send some picsGrooming: Flo's coat is kept long and shaggy. She often comes home with seeds/burrs attached which are easily removed by going over her with a ball end slicker brush. Maybe just get her legs and belly trimmed back as that is where they tend to pick up twigs/burrs/seeds and other stuff.
Training: Flo is taking lots of work to stop her enthusiastically greeting dogs and people on walks as she is such a friendly dog. Try this: When you walk take some delicious treats and when you see a person with or without a dog approaching ask your dog to sit, hold the treat up near your chest/chin and ask to her to watch you. Get her to focus on you until person/dog passes then treat her and tell her how good she is. If you stop to talk to someone drop treats in the ground while you are talking to distract your dog from jumping up and slowly increase the time between each treat dropped. If you are happy for your dog to greet another dog but want some control keep your dog on a short lead, ask your dog to sit and don't give her permission to greet the other dog until she is sitting and calm.
This is all very well but I often find that other people need more training than my dog. Sometimes when I'm trying to train her they rush up to her gushing 'I love dogs, I don't mind if she jumps up' which doesn't help - so I often shout 'I'm trying to train my dog not to jump up so can you ignore her please' as I see them approach. I think at this stage half the population of my village think I'm a miserable, dog control freak. But hey, I don't mind as long as my dog winds up well trained and a pleasure to be around
Wow - will look out for them. Here's recent pics of FloMy dog looks just like Flo!I will send some pics