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Posted on: 11:16:27 AM 9/14/2004

Shiny... Thankyou for the link. I enjoyed reading it and it sound like something I'll consider. I was planning on using it only for the serious things she need correction with. My question is, would you ever consider using one on your Yorkie? th...

Posted on: 12:02:36 PM 9/13/2004

"If your thinking about going to the trouble of using a shock collar, why not just give the old fashioned way a try, first. " In response to this post.... I have tried "the old fashioned way". I have trained 2 other dogs to stay in the yard, so...

Posted on: 5:47:39 PM 9/12/2004

Which brand? I haven't found any invisable fences that work for dogs under 20 lbs...and that you can program for just the beeps...

Posted on: 5:16:12 PM 9/12/2004

Is there anyone else here besides gunny that has used the training collars????? I really need to find out more about them. I've done searchs for them but just get the info on the product not the actual use....

Posted on: 11:42:19 AM 9/12/2004

The one I was looking at has 7 levels of correction...and the option to train with tones only. I would only use a very slight correction only if absolutely necessary....I don't want to harm my "baby". The running out of the house is the main proble...

Posted on: 11:18:32 AM 9/12/2004

Thanks...anyone else have an oppinion?

Posted on: 8:01:48 PM 9/11/2004

I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not. We (my husband & I)are trying to decide if we should train our 8 month old Bichon, with a training collar system. I'm concerned about her small size. We use to have a larger dog that we used a wireless i...

Posted on: 8:37:38 PM 9/7/2004

I guess that is why I was looking for a narrower harness. I guess I'll have to just keep trying. How do I know if her cough thing is serious, other than if she isn't breathing...I know that is serious. I'm not too worried about the day time thing,...

Posted on: 7:16:43 PM 9/7/2004

I'll check into that Paula, thanks

Posted on: 7:15:24 PM 9/7/2004

Yes it is important to have her coat fluffy, well to my husband and I. I like her with a show cut and putting on the harness, makes her look funny. I'm trying to find out if there is someplace I can find a thin harness. All the ones I can find are...

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