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Posted on: 10:37:32 PM 9/8/2009


Posted on: 2:22:46 PM 9/8/2009

I just got my SchH3 on Addie where my dog had to stay in a long down, with gun fire, another dog working in front of her, doing recalls, retrieving dumbells...with me completely out of sight for 12 minutes. The dog never moved an inch. I only used tr...

Posted on: 11:37:59 PM 9/7/2009

If you think your not already paying for people without insurance your missing the point. You already are. The point is to get a wrangle the inflated costs of health care...bringing what you pay now, to a lower number. Bringing some control to the cr...

Posted on: 11:28:04 PM 9/7/2009

a normal pregnancy is 58-62 days.

Posted on: 11:26:54 PM 9/7/2009

I would not engage in contract like this either. But fair is what you agree to.

Whelping a litter is a pain in the arse. They pups will bark at all hours of the night. getting louder as they get older. If I were to engage in this practise...

Posted on: 11:20:54 PM 9/7/2009

If he is peeing in his crate...He's not potty trained. This is not a matter if he knows right or wrong, this is not a morale issue. This issue lies either in the dogs instinct of staying clean (or lack of). Or the dog simply needs to relieve himself ...

Posted on: 12:07:13 PM 8/30/2009

What are you trying to teach the dog? I am not sure what a toy can teach.

Posted on: 12:05:54 PM 8/30/2009

Staying while sitting to dogs is a like a whole different behavior than just staying. Start with using some food to get the dog to sit (even if they know it already). Than ask for a sit, and stay close, tell them to wait....only for a few seconds. th...

Posted on: 12:03:17 PM 8/30/2009

Good luck Big Buck...And just remember you cannot make a puppy handle what a dog can handle. It would be like trying to beat the ABC's into a 4 year old...instead of just helping him.

Posted on: 11:56:31 AM 8/30/2009

I believe the first thing you describe is based in prey drive...Dogs have instincts to chase moving things, and catch them. Some dogs have this more than others. Screaming kids can certainly turn this on. This I would simply keep the dog and kids sep...

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