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Posted on: 9:27:58 PM 11/23/2005

i don't know about your fence but the average person does not know about chips or tattoos. If they see a dog running around with a collar they will look on that collar and try to get in touch with the owner while most will just ignore an uncollar...

Posted on: 9:18:51 PM 11/23/2005

Wow aren't we touchy!

Would you like to console the long list of people that had dogs get out and never be returned because they did not have a collar on?

I too have hads dog for a long time and my dogs always have a collar ...

Posted on: 8:48:22 PM 11/23/2005

while i think the break-away collar is a nice idea i find a dog not wearing a collar to be at much greater risk then a dog with a collar. Most of the incidents if collar stangulation would not have occured if the collar was put on correctly. A co...

Posted on: 10:57:01 PM 11/18/2005

People who leave their dogs outside 24/7 are ignorant and irresponsible and should be reported to the local animal control. They are usually lazy people who don't want to take the time to train their dog. Unfortunately, in this world stupidity abou...

Posted on: 11:37:03 PM 11/17/2005

Many dogs do not do well in the house. hunting breeds are a perfect example. If they are expected to hunt in cold weather they have to be used to it. Taking an inside dog and hunting it in the cold all day is very hard on a dog.

Posted on: 12:03:34 PM 11/15/2005

Retractable leads are to blame for most peoples leading problems. The dogs "boundaries" keep changing. If you expect a dog to lead properly then you need to go back to a standard lead, then the dog will learn to except a uniform "boundary".

Posted on: 10:10:41 PM 11/5/2005

A shock collar will work fine. As stated earlier get the collar on the dog a few days before you use it and have it on an hour before you ever shock. Also if possible do not let the dog even see you when you shock him. Stay in the house.

Posted on: 10:13:50 PM 11/2/2005

I am not really sure that there is a "best" registry out there. Each registry has it's good and bad points. The "best i have seen seem to be the individual breed registries. As far as the large registries AKC, UKC, CKC and such i would have to s...

Posted on: 9:52:44 PM 11/2/2005

I can not beleive that anyone with any "real" knowledge of dogs would beleive that only AKC breeders are reputable. Many , many breeders of very high quality dogs do not use AKC. Most of these breeders are in the "working" dog lines. (herding , r...

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