It is hard to find a place to rent that is nice. All of the nice places around here to rent says no pets. Now, you can find a crappy place to rent that will accept pets. But, I have to agree with Juno, it is hard to find nice places to rent that accepts pets.
Here in sweden they don't mind cause they get there moneyt one way or the other. dut to barligirl and Juno.. I just asked for your help and BTW the landlord is getting a much nicer floor then the one from the beginning all that will work out and the doors and door posts have all been replaced. I like having a nice home to live in and so does my dog.. He wants it clean around him or he goes terminator on the whole apartment. He has a dog sitter for the times that I am away longer but if I'm going to the mall for a couple of hours I don't want to have it on my concience that my pup is in a crate I could never relax and have a good time shopping if I had him crated. for shorter periods I do have a crate like for laundry day or something. he is only 11 mounths still and I'm going to neuter him anyway I don't want any pups after him anyway he to skittish and nervous like to breed on him would be a crime in my oppinion. I love my dog and I'm just hoping that he'll grow out of this or that I can find out the true reason for him demolishing my home. I'm haveing my balconey remodaled as well with windows so he can be there instead. Common guys I'm sharing my problems with a smile on my face, please I don't need anyone judging me as a bad person. My mother raised me well I would never push my problems unto another person. Thanks for all the funny and nice coments and for all the tips. I'm kinda frustrated by all this but I'll get over it and I'll pull through paying for what to needs to be paid for. I mean the landlord is getting a real hardwood floor he's happy.. hehehe
Lol you should send him with my husband to work, he's always complaining about having to tear out linolium (he lays tile) so your dog would definatly be an answer to his problems. I've met a lot of people who rent that treat their homes a LOT better than some people who own. We knew these people who's dog ate right through the wall in the back room, made a hole in the drywall straight to the back yard...the people owned and instead of fixing the hole they put some plastic over it and left it like that for months. They had even planned on selling their house like that untill the agent refused to show the house untill it was fixed. Then we had some friends who rented a nasty little duplex. They had 4 dogs and 2 cats, anything the animals destroyed, they fixed. When they moved out their duplex had brand new carpet throughout, and had been repainted. You can't stereotype, sure some ruin it for others, but just beacuse you rent doesn't mean you cant have a pet too. Although I'm glad I own...but I have hubby to answer to when the dogs destroy something lol. Every time one of the dogs does something to the house he jokingly says "Well there's another $100 off the equity, and another $200 into sweat, pain, and irritation" lol
I put the new floor in today :) it's really nice.. the whole time We were at work today Luke sat with his ears flat to his head and was ashamed I guess he understood and when it was done he went in to inspect the new floor my dad told him in a stern voice that this floor was to be left alone.. he put his ears way back and hung his head then he layed down and let out a huge sigh. now he's busy trying out which corner was most confortable with the new floor. my poodle misha just looks at him and looks at me it looks like she's rolling her eyes. (can dogs roll there eyes??) At least the coller thing is working seams like he got the piont and doesn't even bother doing anything but sleep when he has the coller on.. Guess I've got a story to tell the kids later right... hehe
***Edited By: aleczandra on 11/2/2006 2:21:19 PM*** Reason: spelling
You do take her for walks twio to three times daily, don't you? You do take her outside multiple times a day to urinate and defecate, don't you? You do take her outside to do an activity of your choice (Ball, swimming, frisbee, etc..) one or two times per day, don't you? I am sure if you are appropriately exercising this dog she will see enough of the outdoors. There will be no need to rearrange anything. http://www.zovon.com/ripped-muscle-x-reviews/
I would never have been able to pull it out either.. God that dog is strong! I tried pulling out the rest so that I att least could have one floor across the kitchen but I couldn't budge it an inch. http://www.whichdogbreeds.com/