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Posted on: 6:08:56 PM 10/7/2004

I saw that show. That dog was skin and bones, and being eaten alive by those maggots. I'm just happy that they were able to give the dog a peaceful death and end its suffering. The owner had another dog, too, that was overweight. The investigato...

Posted on: 11:08:53 PM 10/5/2004

since your puppy is so young, it is vital that you are confident in how to train and discipline her. You will be shaping her personality. I don't know if you have done research on different training techniques but I would recommend you do that. Y...

Posted on: 4:27:23 PM 10/5/2004

The first trainer I went to with my dog was at Petsmart. Honestly, I was not too thrilled with my trainer because I didn't like the way she corrected some of the dogs. She used a lot of negative reinforcement, and in my dog's case it didn't help hi...

Posted on: 4:10:47 PM 10/5/2004

I have a terrier, so I know they are stubborn! Esp. Jack Russells- they are so high energy. Honestly I think obedience training should be a requirement for every dog. A person may think they know how to train but it is a lot more complicated than ...

Posted on: 12:56:51 AM 9/18/2004

forgot to add- I remember one class with Henry's trainer she used this analogy- imagine every day you go to work, and your boss is regularly yelling at you. It seems you can't do much right, and sometimes you don't know what the boss is upset ...

Posted on: 12:47:28 AM 9/18/2004

absolutely awesome advise, Davis! I wish I'd known to come here for advice when I was housebreaking my pup a couple years ago! Awesome!

Posted on: 12:10:50 AM 9/18/2004

agree with above posters. Hey, my dog is only 20 pounds, likes people, and I still feel pretty safe in my apt. And I live in a big city with a LOT of crime in my area. The reason why I feel safe is because he barks whenever someone knocks, or he h...

Posted on: 6:04:02 PM 9/16/2004

Hmm. Well, I see what you're saying about the shock collar. But I still really don't understand how someone would use a collar to "untrain" aggression. I don't think it makes sense, and I've never heard of it being done. Teaching a dog to stay of...

Posted on: 5:07:07 PM 9/15/2004

BTW that's really nice fo you to foster him. I think that would be so hard, I'd be afraid of getting too attached!

Posted on: 5:03:26 PM 9/15/2004

I think a shock collar is a very, very bad idea, especially for this situation. I don't think it's appropriate to use that kind of correction for a dog that simply doesn't like cats. When you think about it, it doesn't make sense. You'll shock th...

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