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Posted on: 3:08:58 PM 1/23/2012

I had one back when I ws in high school. His name was Elmo. lol was going with opposites back then. He wasn't properly socialized when I got him so he was very hard to pick up. I had to drop a washcloth over him in order to pick him up. He always bal...

Posted on: 10:23:58 PM 1/21/2012


Posted on: 9:07:51 PM 1/21/2012

They'll come after dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits, fish, etc too, Doesn't matter. If they succeed in this they'll move on other animals too. Don't let em win!

Posted on: 3:42:23 PM 1/21/2012


I think this even includes small ones that can't hurt anyone!

There are more dog attacks than snake injuries each year. There is very lit...

Posted on: 8:49:39 PM 11/10/2011

I agree. the dog just seemed like it was scared. No reason to punish it. you should never startle a dog awake because they will generally show a fear reaction....growling, biting. I only punish a dog if it bites mor...

Posted on: 2:51:39 PM 8/20/2011

I never use retractable leashes. They are not safe, and they also teach dogs to pull. I use nice, normal 6 foot leashes, and only walk dogs wearing nylon harnesses with an O ring in the front. I attach the leash to that in the case of problem dogs. T...

Posted on: 11:22:52 PM 8/8/2011

I had a rescue dog not so long ago that I had to let outside every 5 to 15 minutes every day for 2 weeks. He eventually potty trained himself.

Posted on: 11:18:46 PM 8/8/2011

The boyfriend sounds like a real piece of work.
Tell him, NEVER to be harsh with a pit. Positive reinforcement is best. First establish the rules of the house wnd then start teaching the rules to the pup. Dogs, like kids do best in a structured...

Posted on: 11:11:50 PM 8/8/2011

Quite honestly, you will probably never train her not to chase cats or chickens. A dog that chases them is NEVER safe to be around them. If she is allowed to continue to be around either she may very likely kill your cat and chickens. :(

Posted on: 11:06:18 PM 8/8/2011

You could raise your leg as she's jumping and bump her in the chest-not kick, but do it in an offhand way so she thinks it's her fault

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