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Posted on: 8:35:03 PM 11/25/2003

if a crate won't work, you could try tethering the dog to your bed post at night. I've done this with success. I use a tie out cable that they can't chew through. i don't give them enough free line that they can jump on my bed, but enough to be ab...

Posted on: 3:58:33 PM 11/10/2003

Oh, also, for the first few nights (mine slept in a crate or box by my bed) I rolled up washrags and put them around the edge of the crate for the puppy to sleep against. They feel like puppies to them, since in the litter they sleep all in a pile a...

Posted on: 3:52:20 PM 11/10/2003

For chewing, with my pug I have had great luck with pig ears. I can get a big bag at the wholesale warehouse place; pet stores have them, too. My dogs love Nylabones, too. I know some dogs don't care about them, but mine have. They chew on them a...

Posted on: 7:00:40 PM 11/7/2003

One technique I have learned that worked with my lab was to take hold of the dogs front paws, one in each hand, when they jump up. Many dogs don't like that. Don't give them back their paws. They will pull to try to get them back, but don't let g...

Posted on: 9:03:28 PM 11/5/2003

I brought a dog into my cat's life, then a second, then a third.....he did okay. Just do the usual things, make sure the cat has places to escape to from the dogs, keep giving her attention, let them get used to each other slowly. I don't let the d...

Posted on: 7:07:08 AM 11/2/2003

I have a lab. They are very, very energetic when young. Need lots of exercise and need to be trained well. They don't fawn over you like a golden retreiver when training, I can see mine's mind working when training: "do I want to obey this? What...

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