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Posted on: 11:57:07 PM 11/2/2005

^ Ok, well not that this response had anything to do with my original post or the whole gist of the thread but I would think at least some good breeders don't always have a waiting list full of people wanting to buy their dogs..

But I'm...

Posted on: 10:50:02 PM 11/2/2005

Well, it's not as if I'd be trying to negotiate like a reasonable adoption fee or anything, but I see some people who just want to get their dogs off their hands while making a buck in the process (say, like, a

Posted on: 10:26:39 PM 11/2/2005

Well, not breeders, per se, then. I'm just wondering on the terms of a pet owner that needs their dog rehomed.

Posted on: 10:21:42 PM 11/2/2005

Why could you not spay, personally? Would you rather your dog develop a pus-filled, infected uterus, or cancer, or whatever? Don't think it won't happen to your dog because as dogs as well as any other living thing gets older, everything starts to ...

Posted on: 10:01:26 PM 11/2/2005

I've never done it before, but how would you go about doing it? I know a lot of breeders don't negotiate the price of a puppy, but some sellers are willing, i.e. if they're trying to privately rehome and are asking for an adoption fee.


Posted on: 3:35:19 AM 11/2/2005

Honestly, at their age, you could keep them in the crate at hours at a time, depending on the situation.

Between 6-8 months, the Shibas are gonna battle it out for the alpha position, so stand your ground. They're going to constantly te...

Posted on: 12:51:49 AM 11/2/2005

He only chews on things of mine when he doesn't have anything else to chew on. There's usually a bunch of rawhide and a greenie rolling around on the floor that he picks up and chews on. Occasionally I'll catch him trying to chew on a wire or cable...

Posted on: 11:55:59 PM 11/1/2005

I'm a Shiba mommy as well- Kuma is 5 months old. I can't say he's nearly as "bad" as your pups sound, but maybe that's because he's crate training right now, and when he's out of his crate it's only in a confined area i.e. bedroom.


Posted on: 9:47:08 PM 10/31/2005

I've heard that if you have a dominant dog/puppy that it's difficult to teach down. (My puppy's like that; he's dominant AND a primitive breed)

So maybe you can try clicker training.

Posted on: 9:38:35 PM 10/30/2005

Well I mean the sod is supposed to be replaced once a month.

It's not impossible, given living situations I think.

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