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Posted on: 2:21:16 PM 11/14/2006

bellas_mom, just about everytime I lose faith in mankind, someone comes along and does something to restore my faith.
Thanks for the bright spot of the day.

Posted on: 2:16:42 PM 11/14/2006

Lorrix, I am by no means an expert, but I would continue with crate training and as your dog matures try leaving him out a few minutes at a time and see what happens. Some dogs will become just fine at being left alone and others....well, I had a <...

Posted on: 2:09:43 PM 11/14/2006

Charlie loves the vaccum cleaner!!! He lets me vaccum him.

Posted on: 12:38:55 PM 11/14/2006

Charlie, my setter, barks at wildlife, we live in rural Wis.
He also barks when someone is at door and when he wants to go outside.
He has 2 barks, a big boy bark and a little boy bark.
He is 4 years old and weighs in at 85#, its f...

Posted on: 3:22:50 PM 11/7/2006


***Edited By: irishacres on 3/27/2008 1:21:02 PM***
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Posted on: 3:19:51 PM 11/7/2006

Now, thats what I would call a chew game.....
Looks like the pups know how to work.

Posted on: 2:12:45 PM 11/7/2006


***Edited By: irishacres on 3/27/2008 1:20:44 PM***
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Posted on: 6:58:17 PM 11/6/2006

WileyBlaze, don't apologize for using a shock collar. It is a tool. And if used correctly a wonderful tool. My male setter and I spend a lot of time in the woods where there are deer, porkies and wolves to name a few. I always have a shock collar o...

Posted on: 5:11:04 PM 11/6/2006

I would suggest contacting the breeder first. Some pet transactions have contracts where the breeder has first crack at getting the dog back.
Contacting your local vet or a local club is also another good way to get contacts.
Good luck to...

Posted on: 4:26:27 PM 11/1/2006

He had his dog at the vet?
Hmmmm do all trips to the vet mean something is wrong with the dog? NO....

My guy goes to the vet for check ups, nails cut, etc

If I were the person with the "Skinny Dog" and you saw me out wal...

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