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Posted on: 8:53:59 AM 12/29/2006

I will always have at least two danes at my house!

Posted on: 8:50:20 AM 12/29/2006

Your babies are adorable. I have a young merle girl too.

Posted on: 8:33:49 AM 12/29/2006

I hate Cesar! He is not a good trainer and uses out of date methods. He's undoing the decades of work done by people like Ian Dunbar, Patricia McConnell, and Pat Miller. I wish one of them had a show. The only thing I agree with him about is that w...

Posted on: 8:03:15 AM 12/29/2006

It really depends on where your vet is. The clinic I used to work at is in a small rural community and they charged around $60. Now I work at our vet schools hospital and it would be at least $300.

Posted on: 10:34:27 PM 12/21/2006

I give my dogs ice cream quite a bit. We usually drive through and get a small dish of vanilla to share when we're out and about. So they probably get some once or twice a week when we go to the park and on special occasions like birthdays.

Posted on: 8:43:21 PM 12/21/2006

1. Moving
2. New baby
3. Allergic
4. Behavior
5. Got to big/not cute anymore

But that's just what people say so who know if that their real reasons or not. The worst one I took in was a 6 year old mutt they had had si...

Posted on: 6:38:03 PM 12/21/2006

Here's a few more links about choosing a breeder.

Posted on: 6:00:15 PM 12/21/2006

We had a blue healer like that when I was younger. He wouldn't go potty in the house, but was very protective. He stayed home with my mother all day and became very attached. I have a scar on my face from him biting me and eventually we had to put ...

Posted on: 11:10:29 AM 12/21/2006

I just leave it on for a while. It depends on the dog. I had one that figured it out the first time it touch it and others that take a week or two. Then if they have a memory lapse and start doing it again, put it back on for a while longer.

Posted on: 11:01:46 AM 12/21/2006

I use the wider stuff. It looks like masking tape.

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