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Posted on: 2:15:15 PM 11/8/2005

We grind our dogs nails about every 2 weeks. It takes the dogs a little while to get used to the noise, we give a small treat after each foot, but they don't seem to be as stressed as when we used clippers.

Posted on: 8:42:44 AM 11/8/2005

The longer you wait to see a trainer (preferably one that specializes in aggression/behavior issues) the more difficult it is going to be to correct the problem.
You said you took him everywhere with you as a pup, did you allow him to interact...

Posted on: 7:45:20 AM 11/8/2005

Some of these are pretty cute:


* Pointer X Setter = Poinsetter, a traditional Christmas pet

Posted on: 3:45:13 PM 11/7/2005

One thing I would like to add to Redyre's post.

-If a minor is found to be holding a dog somewhere (Ex: abandoned building, garage, etc) and that dog is used for fighting or bites someone, the parent is charged.

In my area t...

Posted on: 3:35:04 PM 11/7/2005

For the most part, shelters are concerned with the following:

1) Do you rent or own your home. Some places will be skittish if you rent, you might need to provide a letter from your landlord stating that you are allowed to have pets. Y...

Posted on: 2:24:50 PM 11/7/2005

We don't make that a practice at our shelter. Also, many of our dobes are fostered in homes so people who visit get to see them in a more natural environment. We encourage people to spend as much time as needed with one of our dogs while there, b...

Posted on: 2:09:17 PM 11/7/2005

The previous post was great, I volunteer at a rescue/shelter and it's always helpful when the family really knows what they are looking for.
In addition, find out as much as you can about the history of the dogs you are going to look at (for s...

Posted on: 11:28:37 AM 11/7/2005

Leaving a puppy all by itself "all day and night" is probably going to lead to an unsocialized dog with some behavior issues.
Is there someone in your neighborhood that you trust that could come in during the day and spend some time with you...

Posted on: 11:05:43 AM 11/7/2005

"Leave it" is definatly one of the first things that all of my dogs have learned, it could save a life.
As far as staying out of your reach, he's acting like a toddler playing keep a way. My

Posted on: 11:02:12 AM 11/7/2005

Double post

***Edited By: dobielover1 on 11/7/2005 11:09:11 AM***
Reason: double post

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