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Posted on: 10:31:41 PM 3/18/2004

Its not so hard to teach a cat not to claw you or your furniture - I think that de-clawing is pretty hard on them, and the older they are, the harder it is - pretty much like cutting off the tips of your fingers - ouch! A compromise might be to have...

Posted on: 5:56:41 PM 3/18/2004

Wether or not a dog or human for that matter "gets" salmonella or any other bacteria is influenced by the "infective dose" - this varies with various bacteria.... so if you get enough bacteria it will cause infection/disease.

Posted on: 5:44:15 PM 3/18/2004

luvmymutts I think obedience training is about working WITH your dog and trying to enhance your dogs natural abilities through training. I am very reserved when it comes to using terminology such as dominance and alpha - It has its place, but it ...

Posted on: 9:36:03 PM 3/17/2004

thx scout for clarifying -

Posted on: 9:34:40 PM 3/17/2004

Please don't try to or teach your children to play alpha role with your dog - that is a very dangerous game. Why your dog is behaving like it is can only be analyzed in person - just do your best to find a well qualified and experienced behavioris...

Posted on: 9:29:38 PM 3/17/2004

Kelly - The kennels these dogs were in were actually quite large... indoor/outdoor - and putting them in even larger ones did not help (+10' wide). Working dogs - detection dogs - in this case. Although they were out of the kennels most of the...

Posted on: 9:03:05 PM 3/17/2004

I have had to have quite a few adult dogs tails amputated out of necessity - long story short, because of their jobs they had to stay in a kennel with block walls (at tail height) much of the time - Some dogs would injure and continually reinjure th...

Posted on: 7:38:31 PM 3/17/2004

Yes, I think you definitely need to try to find someone that will come to your home to work with you, your children, and your dog. Not only being able to observe your dog in your home, but training in your home will allow a good trainer to be most e...

Posted on: 7:22:14 PM 3/17/2004

Sounds like you need to find a trainer/behaviorist. The issues you dog has a deeper than just chewing and growling, and need to be solved before some major behavioral problems develop.

Posted on: 11:04:24 PM 3/16/2004

Its never too late to start brushing your dogs teeth - I think most dogs seem to do best if you start with a finger brush (a soft-bristled rubber brush that fits over your finger) I think you can even find them at Wal-Mart, but C.E.T. makes them too....

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