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Our 14 week cockapoo point blank refuses to go a walk in the morning. She’s perfectly happy mid day or evening. But in the morning will get to the end of our drive and then sit down and refuse to move even for a treat. Is there a good reason for this and how can we resolve it?
 

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Our 14 week cockapoo point blank refuses to go a walk in the morning. She’s perfectly happy mid day or evening. But in the morning will get to the end of our drive and then sit down and refuse to move even for a treat. Is there a good reason for this and how can we resolve it?
Our 14 week cockapoo point blank refuses to go a walk in the morning. She’s perfectly happy mid day or evening. But in the morning will get to the end of our drive and then sit down and refuse to move even for a treat. Is there a good reason for this and how can we resolve it?
Have her knees checked she could have the beginning of Luxating Patenella it can cause severe arthritis and in the mornings my dog wouldn't walk outside, I thought maybe do to the cold, then bang she stopped walking altogether. The specialist I took her too said that is a sign and that it is common among cockapoos, Please get her checked as now they say even the surgery won't help and we have to make THAT decision.
 
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