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Viewing all posts found for user AngusMacgoulchane
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Posted on: 3:34:26 PM 5/15/2008

agree with knaber. use a treat. lead the dog out with a treat. you know how pups follow a treat when they see one? just be patient. it'll eventually go out. other way to do it is get his favorite toy and let it sit a few inches out of the door. OR yo...

Posted on: 12:10:47 PM 5/14/2008

carrots, bananas,apples, and when he's really behaving himself, i give him a small drop of cod liver oil.

Posted on: 12:04:11 PM 5/14/2008

I agree with Drogheda. Lots of dogs are suitable for children as long as parents/owners are committed to training the dog and the children. If owners can't devote their time training the dog and their children, then no dog will ever be suitable. It's...

Posted on: 12:02:32 PM 5/13/2008

Might not even be a good answer to this post but here goes. When I buy a puppy from a breeder. I do three simple tests on the puppy:

Test One: Clapping my hands while I move it around the puppy's head to see if it's alert and aware. Good ...

Posted on: 11:47:47 AM 5/13/2008

If somebody stood on my head to reach for something, I'd be very angry. It's abuse in my view.

Posted on: 11:44:28 AM 5/13/2008

Close about 15,000 years. All wild wolves descended from Asia (National Geographic). I would think nomadic hunter gathering societies 15,000 years ago encountered wolves along the way. With food scraps being left as man travelled, wolves began follow...

Posted on: 11:37:26 AM 5/13/2008

I agree with Pen2. It's probably boredom. Best cure for boredom in my view is LONG WALKS. It's good for you and for the dog.

Posted on: 11:34:41 AM 5/13/2008

He will be fine.

Posted on: 11:32:38 AM 5/13/2008

Tell your friend to decontaminate the place. Parvo incubates at areas where dogs come into contact. I'm not sure if this is true but better play it safe.

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