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Posted on: 9:09:49 PM 7/14/2006

We did it by hanging the bell close to the door. EVERYTIME we went to let the dogs out we say "Ring Bell outside" and have the dog touch it with their nose (we had to bring them close to do it).

It took

Posted on: 8:57:11 PM 7/14/2006

I would call animal control and report it. Hopefully if these people are on record as not giving the dog its most basic needs (like puppy shots) then maybe they will take the dog away.

If you have records of your dog becoming ill from...

Posted on: 12:15:35 AM 7/14/2006

Just be sure to give her lots of love and playtime! Reward her often (words, a pat, treat) when she is doing things right so it builds her confidence.

When she does do a bad try not to yell. Speak firmly so she know you don't approve a...

Posted on: 6:49:10 PM 7/13/2006

Which one is better is for you to decide! Though please take a look at the first 5 ingredients since this is the bulk of the food. Nutro sure has a LOT of grain where the other has more meaat sources.

I also do NOT like Nutro- have h...

Posted on: 10:09:32 PM 7/12/2006

Can you AND Buddy's family make a report together about this crazy neighbor. Animal control might be more likely to listen to the same story and then do something about it since then there is a witness.

The only thing I would be worried...

Posted on: 9:34:52 PM 7/12/2006

Why be forceful when a yelp and ignoring did the trick?

My dog obeys my husband and I without any problems and the new puppy is too.

I just don't see any point any being forceful if it is not necessary. Mind you Maggie is a r...

Posted on: 7:48:11 PM 7/12/2006

Using force on Maggie (when she was a pup) only made it MUCH WORSE. She thought this was all a big game and the more advice we took (on physical methods) the worse the nip got. We had been told to roll her on her back, pop her under the chin, gra...

Posted on: 11:53:37 PM 7/11/2006

Well here's a happy thought:

Growing up my mom had a small dog (mix breed) and it NEVER barked! Literally this dog was a mute. For years and years this dog was silent. Then suddenly one day it made a bit of a choking bark sound and su...

Posted on: 11:44:29 PM 7/11/2006

My dogs sometimes get a "hankering" for something green. If I see them chewing on a lot of grass I offer them a fresh sprig of Parsley. Figure it will make their breath sweeter-LOL.

I also include some extra greens in their food (brocc...

Posted on: 11:10:06 PM 7/11/2006

>>>You allow the dog to dig in the sandbox, are you willing to train the dog not to dig anywhere else in the yard??<<<

Which is why we DO have a sandbox. Otherwise

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