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Posted on: 10:55:28 PM 10/21/2004

He is gorgeous!!! I don't think I would be able to part with him.

Posted on: 10:32:01 PM 10/21/2004

Crate train and persistance. Take her out to go potty often. Praise and treats when she goes potty outside. http://www.ddfl.org/behavior/cratetraining.htm http://www.ddfl.org/behavior/housetraining_puppies.htm

Posted on: 7:51:22 PM 10/21/2004

Personally, I would never go against my husbands wishes to get a dog. If he agreed to try it out, and it wouldnt effect the dogs ability to be adopted by another, I would go for it. I could see it causing tension between a couple though otherwise...w...

Posted on: 7:21:05 PM 10/21/2004

That is interesting. We are working with the one that works at the Humane Society where we got Bella. It makes me feel more confident when I tell people we are taking classes there and they are like....oooh you are training with Bob!! He is fantastic...

Posted on: 7:02:45 PM 10/21/2004

Thanks, I know I've seen them before, just wasnt sure how the texture would be. I've seen those treatbags too...good idea. =) Thanks again everyone.

Posted on: 7:00:38 PM 10/21/2004

I will laylala. Thats why I posted about these two things, I knew they would start some good discussion. Hopefully without too much tension. Last night was a lecture class without the puppies...I wish I had brought my tape recorder. I had a notebook,...

Posted on: 6:56:57 PM 10/21/2004

Thanks guys! =) Gunny...are the rolls wet, or could I cut them up and keep them in my pocket without them getting too squishy? I want a few things to pick up and try this weekend to see what she really goes for. I'm sure she will eat anything....

Posted on: 6:53:14 PM 10/21/2004

Wendy, I figured that is what you meant. I just saw this topic as being a potential "you are wrong" kind of thing and thought I would state again that it was not my opinion. =)

Posted on: 6:37:43 PM 10/21/2004

For our puppy classes, our instructer wants us to bring treat that are small and eaten very quickly. Nothing that needs alot of chewing and something that you can carry in your pockets. What are your favorites?

Posted on: 5:45:28 PM 10/21/2004

I've always had the best luck with Nature's Miracle.

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