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Posted on: 1:20:40 AM 5/8/2005

Baron is scared of just about anything new right now since he's a puppy. It takes him a little while to work up the courage to get into an elevator when we take him out.

The one thing I did find hillarious was when Lord of the Rings was ...

Posted on: 9:48:37 PM 5/7/2005

If you search the web, there's TONS of info on housetraining and you woun't have to pay for it...

I'm still having problems house training my puppy, but it's only been two weeks. I just started taking him out after the vet had advised me...

Posted on: 7:44:52 AM 5/6/2005

I agree with myshadow.

I think that if you love a breed, love the breed for what it is.

That's like saying you want a mellow jack russel, the fact that those little guys bounce of the walls is all part of their charm.

Posted on: 7:36:22 AM 5/6/2005

I wouldn't just continue feeding her. Trying calling a rescue and if all else fails, call animal control.

An unspayed cat can produce a whole lot of kittens which would just make the situation worse, not better, if you left her to her ow...

Posted on: 7:33:38 AM 5/6/2005

I would say your best solution is to keep them all of your bed all together. It can cause a number of problems, including dominance issues and since they seem housetrained otherwise, it would mean no accidents.

If you would rather have t...

Posted on: 9:59:17 AM 5/3/2005

It's alright, I guess I'll figure something out.

He seems to enjoy pooping in his bed too, I just discovered. Less than two hours after washing it since the last time he pooped in it, he did it again. So I guess I'll take that away until...

Posted on: 11:37:56 PM 5/2/2005

Well I live in an apartment, so the only place to take the pup are places where other dogs visit or have visted, and I'm simply not willing to risk Parvo or Distemper because I couldn't stomach the smell of a little poop. Maybe I'm over protective,...

Posted on: 10:33:53 PM 5/2/2005

Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and he's still a puppy, 9 weeks. He can't go outside because he hasn't had all his shots, so right now, this is my only ...

Posted on: 7:32:28 PM 5/2/2005

Yeah, I keep hoping he'll maybe slip up and start squatting in the general area of the pad so I can praise him, because at this point it seems like I'm always yelling "No!" at him. (Whether he's chewing something he's not supposed to be, or one of ...

Posted on: 5:19:06 PM 5/2/2005

I've got a problem. The puppy seems to be fine peeing on the pad, he does that with great consistancy.

Up until maybe 3 days ago, he also would do #2 on the pad but then all of a sudden he's stopped and seems to go out of his way to poo ...

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