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Posted on: 12:05:53 PM 7/23/2007

I also live in a high-rise, have two cats (that were here first) and have recently brought a puppy home.
First of all, you mentioned that your wife has never had a dog before...have you?
As previously mentioned, covered litt...

Posted on: 11:37:43 AM 7/23/2007

Hey all - this may be the stupidest question I have ever asked, but...
I was at a BBQ this weekend and brought my pup.
Someone at the BBQ mentioned something to me that surprised me.
He said, Black faced dogs are known to be more agres...

Posted on: 1:26:27 AM 7/21/2007

I always wondered what the difference was between PRTs and JRTs - now I know there isn't one.
One more thing that I was wondering about JRT/PRTs - are the short legged variety pure breeds? I've only ever seen the long legged variety in the sho...

Posted on: 8:27:32 PM 7/19/2007

Thank you all for your responses, especially pope1982, for your thought provoking and insightful post.
Seriously though, I just wanted to mention that in no way do I condone BYBing, I'm against calling "designer dogs" by those stupid names peopl...

Posted on: 7:47:13 PM 7/19/2007

I started by, what they call, "charging the clicker". It's just getting your pup used to the fact that when s/he hears the sound of the clicker, they get a treat. I did it for about half an hour (using what would have been her lunch - don't need a ...

Posted on: 2:24:07 PM 7/19/2007

I'm just beginning to clicker train my 3 month old pup. She's already got "come", "sit" and "down", well, down! LOL
We're working on "stay". I'm using the clicker for housebreaking, and so far, it's working fair to well.
Anyone out there ...

Posted on: 1:22:39 PM 7/19/2007

I came across this site this morning and thought to my self: "As a new puppy guardian, this site might be a helpful tool in raising a properly trained, socialized dog".
After reading through some of the posts though, I'm not so sure tha...

Posted on: 11:35:12 AM 7/19/2007

For the safety of the pup, PLEASE, PLEASE go and buy her a collar that fits and get her leash trained. As the proud new guardian of a 3 month old, 7lbs, Pug/JRT puppy myself, I KNOW there are collars out there that will fit your 4 month old Pit/Lab ...

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