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Viewing all posts found for user k9trainer
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Posted on: 8:22:36 PM 9/30/2005

I don't think he is too old to be trained, I was able to teach my dog new tricks when she was 10 or 11 years old. It is more difficult. The older a dog gets, the more set in its ways it gets, and the longer it will take to "unlearn" the current b...

Posted on: 8:14:44 PM 9/30/2005

It is hard to tell whether the actions of those who shot the dogs were justified until I hear the whole story. Things to consider when making the judgement are, how bad were the dogs suffering, and how readily available was an alternative means of...

Posted on: 8:05:56 PM 9/30/2005

I agree, I think you just need to give him time to get used to other dogs and to strangers. Eventually, he will habituate to seeing other dogs or people and he should stop being so afraid. If it dosen't go away naturally, I would try gradually ex...

Posted on: 7:54:43 PM 9/30/2005

Reminds me of when my dog was a puppy. She's turns 13 years old in two weeks. They grow up fast.

Posted on: 11:20:06 PM 9/28/2005

I haven't heard that yet. It's funny.

Posted on: 11:13:05 PM 9/28/2005

It wasn't wrong for her to ask you - at least she asked, rather than, say, steal your dog and breed it anyway.

It is also not wrong for you to say no. If you don't want to, you don't have to. Once a dog is given as a gift, I'm pretty...

Posted on: 11:08:38 PM 9/28/2005

There are good points in this forum. An invisible fence won't keep other dogs, cats, etc. out. Also, it won't keep children or neighbors out. Just imagine if somebody came up to your dog and got bit, and then all the consequences that would ensu...

Posted on: 10:55:50 PM 9/28/2005

This is also beginning to show up on the TV news. It will be interesting to see how far it spreads, or how serious it gets. I wonder if it will spread to humans?

***Edited By: k9trainer on 9/28/2005 10:58:13 PM**...

Posted on: 11:41:12 AM 9/5/2005

If you decide to get a dog, prepare to make all sorts of changes to your life. Remember, we not only influence the dog's behavior by training it, but it influences our behavior by training us. In fact, I think I have changed my behavior in the 13...

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