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Viewing all posts found for user eshanna
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Posted on: 8:04:20 PM 6/14/2004

I also agree that getting a clam, OLDER dog is best for a child with disabilities, they will be much more patient and a LOT less work for you as well. The key is trying to find a well trained and calm dog. Definitely call around to service dog pl...

Posted on: 1:11:57 AM 6/13/2004

anyone who has or is thinking of having a dog kept outside 24/7, please read this. I thought this rationale and way of explaining why a dog needs to be inside was great. Outside Dogs by Michigan Humane Society Many potential adopters ask ...

Posted on: 4:56:24 PM 6/12/2004

I heard the Monks of New Skete put out a revised edition of "The Art of Raising a PUppy", and in it they apologize for the previous book's reccomendations to alpha roll and scruff shake. They do not recommend those techniques anymore. I have a gre...

Posted on: 12:49:27 AM 6/12/2004

well, I'm no dog expert. But I have participated in lots of training classes of different methods, and by volunteering in a shelter and working in a vet hospital, I have seen lots of dogs and lots of owners! When I got my dog, everyone who ever own...

Posted on: 12:38:29 AM 6/12/2004

I know lots of people won't agree with me, but I think anything physical is not good. And I think this because I did it, and it made everything worse. when I stopped what I was doing to correct him physically, and used positive training, clicker tr...

Posted on: 6:10:00 PM 6/11/2004

Henry sleeps on the bed with me sometimes. But it is not a regular thing, it's more of a treat/reward. I invite him up first. I wondered if he'd be confused, splitting his nights on the bed and in his crate, but he hasn't.

Posted on: 12:28:07 AM 6/10/2004

you are awesome supermommy! Gosh I hope your dog and that stray get along ok in the laundry room!

Posted on: 12:20:24 AM 6/10/2004

wow- how does she look? Does she look healthy?

Posted on: 11:18:41 PM 6/9/2004

the thing I don't like about invisible fences is they don't keep OTHER dogs out, and your dog can be hurt. We had a neighbor who kept their lab in the yard by an invisible fence, and a loose dog came in the yard and attacked it.

Posted on: 1:27:43 PM 6/8/2004

definitely agree about re-homing or separating for life. There was a client at the hospital that had several pit bulls. they were so sweet with people, and MOST of the time they got along ok with each other, but big fights would break out occasiona...

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