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Posted on: 9:26:20 PM 11/5/2004

I dont ever give my dogs alcohal but when my pup was 5 months old I swear she would sniff it out and go for it every time. My friend once made me a drink and it was way to strong for me, and to strong for her, so I put it on the table. My friend and ...

Posted on: 11:30:59 AM 11/5/2004

I think it might be easier. I got my Lab at 9 months and she was the easiest to train out of all me girls who I got when they were younger. I think they are more focused at 9 months then at 4 or 5 months.

Posted on: 10:45:48 AM 11/5/2004

Thanks everyone for the replies. I will go out today and buy those bowls that clip on the crates. I didnt know they had those. I'm just so tired of coming home from a long day at work and cleaning up the mess they make...thsnks agian :)

Posted on: 10:34:44 AM 11/5/2004

Hey guys! When I leave my house I usually am only gone for about an hour or two and leave my girls in the dog room. I never had a problem with peeing or pooping in there however I just got a job and I am now gone for longer periods of time, like 8 ho...

Posted on: 10:24:01 AM 11/5/2004

That sounds really cool, I have 3 dogs and so much hair everywhere. My mom bought me a Dyson vacum for my birthday and that thing is awesome especially with all the attachments. Maybe I should try out this thing you saw on t.v. It seems that once i v...

Posted on: 12:50:16 AM 10/27/2004

Well yes I believe thats true however my Lab is pretty good, its my mutt puppy I have to worry about. She has eaten Playstaion games, video cassettes, toys, CD Books, Shoes, mops, phones, notebooks, backbacks, pens, and much much more. And no I never...

Posted on: 10:59:31 PM 10/22/2004

I heard those prong collers are beter and safer for dogs. My friend just started working for a dog trainer and she always hated those prong collers, but they use them at her work. The trainer was explaining to her that they do not choke the dog nor d...

Posted on: 10:55:33 PM 10/22/2004

I have 3 females...one 2 year old, a 9 month old and an 11 month old. So far so good and there have been no fights or any agression problems. I think it depends on their personalities, none of mine seem to be very dominant, they all co exist very hap...

Posted on: 10:23:37 PM 10/20/2004

Im want to switch them off of chicken soup because they seem to be shedding more, and they seem hungry all the time. They did a lot better on Canidae and it was a lot cheaper. thanks for your advice everyone :)

Posted on: 12:13:21 AM 10/20/2004

see my only problem is , is that i just got new grass put in back and they cant go out there for a week, so i have to take them outfrint on a leash! It sucks cause I dont even own a rain coat, and then I walk around the lawn with them and they just s...

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