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Posted on: 8:44:53 PM 1/11/2006

I enjoy training dogs, and k9 means dog.

Posted on: 8:42:41 PM 1/11/2006

Before digital cameras, not very many. After digital cameras, hundreds.

Posted on: 9:32:37 PM 1/10/2006

Taking it gradual is good advice. I know that with my dogs, it helped to first get them used to a collar and then the leash. I used chain leashes to prevent them from being chewed up. If you leave them on a leash long enough, they should begin t...

Posted on: 9:25:07 PM 1/10/2006

sorry to hear about your loss. it is always difficult to loose a pet.

Posted on: 8:37:52 PM 12/11/2005

I think lack of experience has a lot to do with it. Most people don't have large dogs, or know very many people with large dogs. Once you are around them and learn about what they are like, they usually don't seem intimidating any more. For me, ...

Posted on: 11:27:22 PM 10/26/2005

those are funny. thanks.

Posted on: 4:58:51 PM 10/9/2005

With the can, Hershey uses either paw and also her snout. With the blanket, she just shakes it off. I can't ask her for a paw because she is deaf.

Posted on: 4:37:54 PM 10/9/2005

I agree. In my old neighborhood, we had a similar problem. It wasn't fixed until we had the professionals deal with it. If we had called them in the first place, it would have saved a lot of time and stress.

Posted on: 8:33:43 PM 9/30/2005

good point, harlee, about the specific language of the law. That makes it sound a lot less severe. It still angers me, though. I have a friend who relies on a guide dog. He obvously can't drive, and if he can no longer use public transportation...

Posted on: 8:27:21 PM 9/30/2005

Reward based training is the way to go. While punishment is very effective in stopping a particular behavior, it does not tell the animal what to do instead. This can result in side effects. If you do need to punish, do not simply punish the ina...

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