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Posted on: 5:43:42 PM 1/12/2007

Concrete is easy. If you hose it down after you there won't me any stain or lingering odor. Your pup will be able to smell it though. He leaves scent markers so you may want to get one of those sprays from the pet store to nuetralize the odor. ...

Posted on: 11:39:24 PM 1/11/2007

Yes Basset Lover you are correct. An invisable fence is a wire buried in the ground. But in my experience I have seen flags near where the wire is buried, a sign that says "Invisible Fence: Dog in Training" or an oversized collar around the dogs ...

Posted on: 10:11:24 PM 1/11/2007

My pup and I have encountered this quite a few times in our neighborhood.

There are two house in particular where the dog is off lead and seems to just be sitting in front of the house. As we come down the street the dog starts barkin...

Posted on: 10:00:19 PM 1/11/2007

Don't slap him. Hitting doesn't solve the problem and sometimes makes it worse.

At that age this is part of puppy play. He's is biting you the way he would bite his littermates. But it is not appropriate and you have to let him know. ...

Posted on: 7:17:12 PM 1/1/2007

Here's a few pics of Mojo.

http://new.photos.yahoo.com/rgatt74

Posted on: 6:04:54 PM 12/31/2006

My dog used to yelp too. He would whine for awhile and then when I didn't come to let him out he would yelp, really high pitched. Sounded like someone pinched him. Eventually it stopped. I think its normal. So one posted earlier that its like ...

Posted on: 6:03:20 PM 12/31/2006

Pinky, what do you do when she has an accident? Are you doing the same things your granndparents did when they trained her? How long was she living with you before the accidents started?

I remember when I first housebroke my lab he w...

Posted on: 12:08:00 AM 12/31/2006

I agree that the walk is essential. I guess what I'm asking is how much is enough? We walk a total of 40 mins a day. To me that doesn't seem excessive or even "alot". But my pup seems to be fine. He's not exhibiting anxiety or tearing the plac...

Posted on: 10:22:22 PM 12/30/2006

Thanks for the *bump* pebbies. I would like Melodee's answer to the question since she fed her pups the same product so I will post to bring it back to the top.

Thanks for that linke Wiley. Very interesting and all three of the foods m...

Posted on: 10:15:18 PM 12/30/2006

When I started crate training my lab the only time he cried at night was when he had to go out. He did this for the first two nights. After that the only time he would cry was when I would crate him in the evening while I was doing things around ...

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