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Posted on: 3:17:20 AM 7/12/2009

genetics are rather funny... Since every animal comes with a pair of chromosomes, and only half are passed down, you can have very interesting results.

For instance, a dog that is half

Posted on: 3:04:31 AM 7/12/2009

I'm not going to go around in circles, so this will probably be my last post in this thread, unless someone replies to me...

Obviously there are some very mixed opinions here... We have, X-pens are bad, X-pens are good, don't keep the dog ...

Posted on: 5:10:54 PM 7/10/2009

To add to catlover's post, if the home is so bombarded with work, school, ect. that they must crate the dog all day and all night to the point where it has to pee and poop where it sleeps, that household is better off with a fish or something. Dog...

Posted on: 4:57:24 PM 7/10/2009

There are more than 2 options. Perhaps you didn't read where I said to have someone come in during the day? If a person's work schedule doesn't allow it, I'm sure a friend or neighbor would be willing to help out, and probably umpteen kids in the ...

Posted on: 2:29:57 PM 7/10/2009

How exactly could the pug... reach?

Posted on: 2:02:48 PM 7/10/2009

I'm not going to bother and reply to all of that, because I am getting the feeling this is starting to go around in a circle..

Firstly, most of my replies weren't to your comments... I wasn't trying to put any words in your mouth, I just ...

Posted on: 9:54:35 AM 7/10/2009

Well I think the most important thing is that a person finds a training method that works and that they are happy with. I'm sure how much success a person has is directly related to how much time they put in it and how they approach the dogs in atti...

Posted on: 12:24:34 AM 7/10/2009

I have said a few times on how I disagree with you letting yor dog soil itself in it's crate. From my understanding, crate training is supposed to keep them from doing that. I have never once heard of a owner purposely letting the puppy eliminate ...

Posted on: 11:57:07 PM 7/9/2009

Well, don't misunderstand me..

I'm talking from past experience.. not my current situation. My dog hasn't been in a crate since she was a little puppy. Only enough to house train it - which was exceptionally fast for me (breed has a lot ...

Posted on: 11:38:47 PM 7/9/2009

I never said you were a bad pet owner, I just simply stated you are nuts in some of the training methods that you use. If you believe it, than it must be true.

While you didn't directly say it, you clearly implied it... When you ma...

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