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Viewing all posts found for user bones1979
Found 28 post(s)
Posted on: 2:42:10 PM 9/29/2007

see yeah pope. i can picture you right now, waiting by your CPU for me to reply....you females are soooooo funny...

later. don't you have avon to sell?

Posted on: 1:29:44 PM 9/29/2007

Thanks Wiley blaze!! Your great, keep up the good work.......................................................................................................................

I got the advice I wanted from some more considerate posters.

Posted on: 10:12:45 PM 9/28/2007

then when he bites me, my wife, the cats over his food, how do i tell him that that can NEVER happen again.

Posted on: 1:01:42 PM 9/28/2007

Dog is a pom. I do put him on his back and hold him there. Thing is, right after he attacked me, I put the meaty toys away,and we played with his squeek toys. I had my hands near his mouth and the toy at the same time, and he was real playful. we wer...

Posted on: 8:46:21 PM 9/27/2007

bump..........help. just tried to give it to him and pet him, then take it, then give it back, and he did it again.

Posted on: 9:46:21 PM 9/24/2007

Well, just tried to pick him up while he was eating his pig's ear to take him out to the bathroom, and he viciously snarled at me and bit me nice. No clue how to stop this from happening again.....

***Edited By: bones1...

Posted on: 9:27:18 AM 9/23/2007

Good post GUnny. What I was trying was taking it away, then making him obey a command, then giving it back to him so he would see there is no worry in losing it. I did this a few times in a row. If he keeps getting upset, I do take it away and he ...

Posted on: 9:13:13 AM 9/22/2007

It is only his meaty toys. He is pretty well trained, according to some of the other owners in his puppy class, "he is the most improved". He is a 6 month old pomerianian and has a temper when his toys/food are messed with. He just got nuetered yest...

Posted on: 7:21:38 PM 9/21/2007

Our pup becomes real aggressive when we try to take his meat-flavored toys away. He growls, shows teeth, and snaps (sometimes bites). What is the best way to teach him this is a NO NO?

Thanks

Posted on: 10:45:26 AM 9/13/2007

LOL. Not trying?

1)Puppy training
2)millions of "How to's" on the web
3)every post,bit of advice received on this message board

ok pal, just don't respond to my posts any longer.

thanks

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