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Posted on: 12:24:53 AM 11/24/2008

For the barking you can take a bottle of vinegar or lemon or lime juice something sour/non toxic. When he barks GENTLY take his collar and restrain him and give a small squrit of the sour liquid in his mouth with the accompanying command quiet. If he...

Posted on: 2:42:20 PM 11/21/2008

The trainer I work with has a 15 year old Am Eskimo that she rescued. He was a small animal KILLER when she got him. He would go after anything. She has a few books out that you could take a look at, he name is Dawn Jecs and her training program is c...

Posted on: 2:26:19 PM 11/21/2008

At the kennel I work at we had a cattle dog mix come in for board and train. Our head trainer taught her how to crawl because she was doing good with all the other commands. A few months after she left we recived an email from her owner telling us a ...

Posted on: 6:24:32 PM 11/20/2008

It depends. After you recive the dog you should be socalizing it with TONS of people/dogs/sounds/places. However, if you have done your part in socalizing then yes, the responsiblity falls to the breeder. If your dog is having temperment problems and...

Posted on: 12:58:20 PM 11/20/2008

Puggles are so a breed, just a hybrid, pug and beagle.
Anyhow, for a first dog I wouldn...

Posted on: 12:50:22 PM 11/20/2008

I like buckeye and louie is a great name. I would also sugguest Lark or Levi.

Posted on: 12:46:18 PM 11/20/2008

I have a two year old Am Pit. He is has a nasty rash and welts all over his tummy and under his right leg. I took him to the vet a few weeks ago and paid $100 for the vet to glance at him and say that he has an allergy to flea saliva (and his so call...

Posted on: 11:41:12 PM 11/17/2008

Bull terrier, Bull dog, German Pinscher, Basenji, Dalmation, Boxer,

Posted on: 11:27:13 PM 11/17/2008

You were doing the right thing with the cat in the room, but I have a few revisions.

Try teaching her "okay release" (without the cat first). Simply say OK and back up three steps, if she comes with you praise and feed a tasty treat. Use ...

Posted on: 11:11:36 PM 11/17/2008

I am a dog trainer in Washington, tell me about you dog and I will do my best to help. What type of obedience class were you in and why was she expelled?

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