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Posted on: 12:39:54 AM 8/27/2007

I agree with the last post - if you can invest the time in obedience classes, you could end up with a "push button" dog! Some fun things we taught our dog was "bring" (he brings everything from shoes, magazines, and even his dish) and "stick 'em up"...

Posted on: 1:18:52 AM 8/25/2007

I can relate to the food obsession thing particularly with our 2 beagles. I got so sick of it that I finally decided that when someone is eating, they are made to lay do...

Posted on: 1:11:21 AM 8/25/2007

How long is your puppy left alone during the day? Also, it always pays to carefully research everything you could possibly learn about a breed before you decide to bring it home.

Posted on: 12:38:30 AM 8/25/2007

First of all, it's extremely rude to let a dog do it's business in someone's yard and then leave it there. Period. Plain and simple. Doesn't matter if you live in town or on a lonely country mile. A responsible individual will PICK IT UP. Just us...

Posted on: 12:18:12 AM 8/25/2007

Sometimes dogs will dribble whenever they get really excited or out of submission. Whenever we would start horsing around with our German Shep. she would invariably leave a stream. When a new visitor to our home played similarily with our

Posted on: 10:48:58 PM 8/5/2007

How old is Benny and the other 2?

Posted on: 4:46:48 PM 8/3/2007

One quick note about clickers... you don't have to use an "official" clicker. Anything that clicks, even a click-top pen would work. My husband does this cool click sound with his mouth. It just needs to be something your dog recognizes as a clic...

Posted on: 9:02:25 AM 8/3/2007

The one comment I would like to add is the importance of recall. You simply must get your dog to come when called 100% of the time. The idea of the 50 foot drag line (with horses we call them lunge lines)is great (though I would start with a 6 foo...

Posted on: 12:00:11 AM 8/3/2007

These dogs are totally not socialized. It would be a good idea to take them to obedience class together, or enroll them in doggie daycare for a couple of days a week. Also, try bringing them, one at a time, whenever you go out to just meet people. ...

Posted on: 11:37:58 PM 8/2/2007

That is, in a nutshell, what my regular vet is saying... so I have stopped the calcium. He basically said that he respects the older vet since he's been practicing longer than he (the younger vet) has been around, but that information and practices ...

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