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Posted on: 5:46:39 PM 10/24/2009

my thoughts exactly.

Posted on: 12:05:25 AM 10/23/2009

I'm pretty sure this has been discussed before but I couldn't find an answer for an adult dog.
My wife & I are fighting over how often the dog (2yo Brittney) needs to go out. She insists he go out right at bedtime but if I do this then I have a...

Posted on: 12:46:29 PM 8/12/2009

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Doggie jail is not the answer. Crates are for transporting dogs on airplanes, not controlling their behavior at home. [/Quote]
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Wow...didn't you ever play in a box w...

Posted on: 12:01:12 AM 8/7/2009

Fences are out of the question--both financially and aesthestically. And rather than build a kennel alongside the garage, which would be safe but pretty restrictive I installed a 100' trolley line from the house to a tree. Gives him some room to ru...

Posted on: 3:28:55 PM 8/4/2009

No I'm actually saying that whether they're aware of it or not even the sweet-talkers are taking a leadership role and willing the dog to change.

A funny little story your comment reminded me of:
Yesterday (Monday--Day 2 of rescue dog...

Posted on: 11:29:10 PM 8/3/2009

I enrolled in obedience class with my first dog about 20 years ago and I was impressed with how the instructor could take a "hopeless" dog from its owner & in about 5 minutes time & a couple laps around the warehouse have that dog heel/sit/stay perfe...

Posted on: 1:59:05 PM 8/3/2009

Well I feel I have not done a very good job in the past--either with dogs or my own children. In hindsight I feel part of the blame is by not being consistent. Handling issues differently each time on a case-by-case basis; trying to be flexible and...

Posted on: 9:39:43 PM 8/2/2009

Today I brought home a nice 2yo Brittney from an animal shelter. Looks to be a pure breed. The dog is very gentle and loving but has absolutely no manners. Knows NO commands. Won't come when called and often just ignores me. I'm not experienced ...

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